"monnezza" meaning in All languages combined

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Noun [Italian]

IPA: /monˈnet.t͡sa/
Rhymes: -ettsa Etymology: Borrowed from Neapolitan, the equivalent of Italian immondizia and immondezza, from Latin immunditia (“dirt, untidiness”), from immundus (“dirty”), from im- (“without, not”) + mundus (“clean, elegant”). Doublet of immondizia and immondezza. Compare Sicilian munnizza. Etymology templates: {{bor|it|nap|-}} Neapolitan, {{cog|it|immondizia}} Italian immondizia, {{m|it|immondezza}} immondezza, {{der|it|la|immunditia||dirt, untidiness}} Latin immunditia (“dirt, untidiness”), {{m|la|immundus||dirty}} immundus (“dirty”), {{m|la|im-||without, not}} im- (“without, not”), {{m|la|mundus||clean, elegant}} mundus (“clean, elegant”), {{doublet|it|immondizia|immondezza}} Doublet of immondizia and immondezza, {{cog|scn|munnizza}} Sicilian munnizza Head templates: {{it-noun|f|-}} monnezza f (uncountable)
  1. (Naples, colloquial) rubbish, garbage, trash, litter Tags: Naples, colloquial, feminine, uncountable
    Sense id: monnezza-it-noun-B8NLBr8q Categories (other): Neapolitan Italian Synonyms: immondizia, rifiuti, spazzatura

Noun [Neapolitan]

IPA: /(m)monˈnet.tsə/
Etymology: From Latin immunditia (“dirt, untidiness”), from immundus (“dirty”), from im- (“without, not”) + mundus (“clean, elegant”). Cognate to Italian immondizia, Sicilian munnizza. Etymology templates: {{inh|nap|la|immunditia||dirt, untidiness}} Latin immunditia (“dirt, untidiness”), {{m|la|immundus||dirty}} immundus (“dirty”), {{m|la|im-||without, not}} im- (“without, not”), {{m|la|mundus||clean, elegant}} mundus (“clean, elegant”), {{cog|it|immondizia}} Italian immondizia, {{cog|scn|munnizza}} Sicilian munnizza Head templates: {{head|nap|nouns|uncountable|||-e|||||||||||f2accel-form=p|f2request=1|g=f|g2=|head=|sort=}} monnezza f (uncountable), {{nap-noun|f|-}} monnezza f (uncountable)
  1. rubbish, garbage, trash, litter Tags: feminine, uncountable
    Sense id: monnezza-nap-noun-B8NLBr8q

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