Quasimodo
I. noun Etymology: Medieval Latin quasi modo geniti infantes as newborn babes (words of the introit for Low Sunday) Date: circa 1847 Low Sunday II. biographical name Salvatore 1901-1968 Italian poet & critic

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  • Quasimodo — [ kazimɔdo ] n. f. • XIIIe; des mots lat. quasi modo par lesquels commence l introït de la messe de ce dimanche ♦ Liturg. Dimanche de l octave de Pâques. La Quasimodo ou (plus cour.) le dimanche de Quasimodo. ● Quasimodo nom féminin singulier (de …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Quasimodo — is a central character from French author Victor Hugo s 1831 novel Notre Dame de Paris . Against Hugo s wishes, most English translations of the work have renamed it The Hunchback of Notre Dame , making Quasimodo the title character.Quasimodo is… …   Wikipedia

  • Quasimodo — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Quasimodo Quasimodo, es el personaje principal de la obra Nuestra Señora de París, de Victor Hugo. Descripción Es un niño jorobado que fue abandonado al nacer cerca de la …   Wikipedia Español

  • Quasimodo — beziehungsweise Quasi Modo ist der Name von: Salvatore Quasimodo (1901–1968), italienischer Lyriker und Kritiker Quasimodo, Glöckner in Victor Hugos Roman Der Glöckner von Notre Dame „Quasi Modo“, das Pseudonym des Künstlers Sascha Klammt, DJ bei …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Quasimodo — Quasimodo,   Salvatore, italienischer Lyriker, Essayist und Übersetzer, * Modica 20. 8. 1901, ✝ Neapel 14. 6. 1968; war u. a. Theaterkritiker und Mitarbeiter zahlreicher Zeitungen, hatte Verbindung zur Florentiner Literaturzeitschrift »Solaria«,… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • quasimodo — Quasimodo. s. f. Terme pris du Latin; & qui n a d usage qu en parlant du Dimanche d aprés Pasques. Le Dimanche de la Quasimodo. il demande terme jusqu à la Quasimodo …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • quasimodo — Low Sunday, 1706, Quasimodo Sunday, from L. quasi modo, first words of introit for the first Sunday after Easter: quasi modo geniti infantes as newborn babes (1 Pet. ii:2). The hunchback in Victor Hugo s novel was supposed to have been abandoned… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Quasimodo — Quas i*mo do, n. [So called from the first words of the Latin introit, quasi modo geniti infantes as newborn babes, 1 Pet. ii. 2.] (R. C. Ch.) The first Sunday after Easter; Low Sunday. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Quasimodo — Quasimodo, Salvatore ► LITERATURA Personaje de la novela de Victor Hugo, Nuestra Señora de París …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • quasímodo — s. m. 1. O primeiro domingo depois da Páscoa, chamado também Pascoela. (Nesta acepção, com inicial maiúscula.) 2.  [Brasil] Mostrengo …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • Quasimodo — (izg. kvazimȏdo) DEFINICIJA 1. knjiž. lik iz romana Zvonar crkve Notre Dame V. Hugoa, pojam tjelesno nakaznog čovjeka neobične dobrote i požrtvovnosti 2. Salvatore (1901 1968), talijanski pjesnik, kritičar i prevoditelj; predvodio tzv. talijanske …   Hrvatski jezični portal

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