facchiano

20:11 Sep 27, 2000
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Italian term or phrase: facchiano
facchiano
ramkie


Summary of answers provided
nano dialects
giogi
nathey make or they made
Christine Grime
naYet another possibility: "facciamo"
Heathcliff
naIt can only be a family name
CLS Lexi-tech
nasee beolw
giogi


  

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2 hrs
see beolw


Explanation:
This word does not exist in Italian.
The two possibilities I can see are:

FACCHINO: PORTER or

PACCHIANO:(ADJ) FLASHY, SHOWY...

Hope this helps


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giogi
Local time: 11:23
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7 hrs
It can only be a family name


Explanation:
I did an Internet search and what came up is facchiano as a family name; it is not a common name in Italian.
Second Giogi
Regards,
Paola L M


CLS Lexi-tech
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19 hrs
Yet another possibility: "facciamo"


Explanation:
First-person plural of "fare": "we are making (or doing)..."

Heathcliff
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Local time: 03:23
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1 day 17 hrs
they make or they made


Explanation:
In the total absence of a context one can only guess that this is dialect

Christine Grime
Local time: 11:23
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2 days 12 hrs
no dialects


Explanation:
I'm sorry but it is very unlikely that it is a dialect word, and the presence of the "H" after double "C" confirms my opinion.
no Italian dialects foreseens this kind of combination.
Hope this helps



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giogi
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