Thanks very much. This is the first post I received with the dictionary
information, and I do appreciate it.
Happy Christmas to you, too!
At 10:30 AM 12/24/2003 +0100, you wrote:
>Ken and Richard,
>I've had some troubles with posting. Some messages went through, some
>didn't, even though I sent them several times. Now everything seems to be
>I'd sent a post answering to your question about the Devoto dicitionary of
>the Italian language.
>Here's the complete name:
>G. DEVOTO, G.C. OLI, Dizionario della Lingua Italiana, Firenze: Le
>It's widely used in Italy. It's got examples which are taken mostly from
>poetry, e.g., for the term 'giungere' you can find an example from Dante,
>one from Petrarch, and one from Carducci (a famous poet from the
>P.s. I apologise if you've received this message three or four times, but
>I had no way to know whether it had gone through or not.