cornuto


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cornuto

(kɔːˈnuːtəʊ)
n, pl -tos
obsolete a cuckold
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Tibi cornuum cornuto Tibi clamo, te saluto Salve cornu cornuum
The author examines the cinematic movement through diverse film directors and their capolavori--Dino Risi with Una vita difficile (1961) and Il sorpasso (1962), Mario Monicelli with La grande guerra (1959), Pietro Germi with Divorzio all'italiana (1961) and Sedotta e abbandonata (1964), Alberto Lattuada with Mafioso (1962), Antonio Pietrangeli Il magnifico cornuto (1964), and finally Elio Petri with Il maestro di Vigevano (1963).
Sei cornuto e sbirro" durante la scena in cui quest'ultimo parla con il padre della bambina durante la festa del paese.
And for Italians, it is the cornuto, signalling, ``Your wife is being unfaithful''.
IN Epsom's `Derby' for amateur riders, Ian Balding's Meissen (L Cumani) is handed the race on a plate after Ryan Price's odds-on jolly Cornuto (P Mitchell) starts slowly and gives away half the Downs of a start