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English

Etymology

Italian

Noun

Singular
Adagio

Plural
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  1. (music) A tempo mark directing that a passage is to be played rather slowly, leisurely and gracefully
  2. (music) A passage having this mark
  3. Template:Dance A male-female duet or mixed trio ballet displaying demanding balance, spins and/or lifts

Adverb

adagio

  1. (music) played rather slowly

Adjective

adagio

  1. (music) describing a passage having this mark

Usage notes

  • When repeated as "adagio, adagio" means even slower

Dutch

Etymology 1

From Latin adagium

Noun

Adagio n. (plural adagio's)

  1. adage
Synonyms
  • adagium

Etymology 2

From Italian

Noun

Adagio n. (plural adagio's)

  1. (music, dance) adagio

Adverb

Adagio

  1. (music) adagio

Adjective

Template:Nl-adj

  1. (music) describing a passage having this mark

References

  • Template:Koenen

French

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Pronunciation

Adverb

Adagio

  1. (music) adagio

Noun

Adagio m. (plural Adagios)

  1. (music) adagio

Italian

Etymology 1

ad agio "at ease"

Adverb

adagio

  1. slowly

Noun

adagio m. (plural adagi)

  1. (music) adagio

Verb

adagio

  1. First-person singular present tense of adagiare.

Etymology 2

From Latin adagium

Noun

adagio m. (plural adagi)

  1. proverb, adage or saying

Spanish

Etymology 1

Italian.

Adverb

Adagio

  1. (music) adagio

Noun

Adagio m. (plural Adagios)

Singular
Adagio m.

Plural
Adagios m.

  1. (music) adagio

Etymology 2

Latin adagium.

Noun

Adagio m. (plural Adagios)

Singular
Adagio m.

Plural
Adagios m.

  1. adage (old saying)

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