secco
I. noun Etymology: Italian, from secco dry, from Latin siccus — more at sack Date: 1852 the art of painting on dry plaster II. adjective or adverb Etymology: Italian, literally, dry Date: circa 1854 1. short and very staccato — used as a direction in music 2. of a recitative accompanied only by the instruments playing the continuo

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  • Secco — (ital. „trocken“) bezeichnet: Seccomalerei, Wandmalerei auf hartem Putz, im Unterschied zum Fresko Secco Rezitativ, Form des Rezitativs in der Musik Perlwein, deutsche Entsprechung des italienischen prosecco frizzante Secco ist der Name folgender …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • secco — ● secco nom masculin (du portugais) En Afrique, panneau fait de tiges entrelacées constituant une palissade ; la palissade elle même ; l enclos ainsi délimité. secco n. m. (Afr. subsah.) d1./d Claie faite de tiges de graminées entrelacées. d2./d… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • secco — / sek:o/ [lat. siccus ] (pl. m. chi ). ■ agg. 1. a. [di tempo, aria e sim., privo di umidità: clima s. ] ▶◀ asciutto. ◀▶ umido. b. [non impregnato d acqua: terreno s. ] ▶◀ arido, arso, asciutto, inaridito, riarso. ◀▶ umido …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • Secco — is a surname of Italian origin, which means dry . It may refer to: *Alessio Secco (b. 1970), Italian professional football manager *Deborah Secco (b. 1979), Brazilian actress *Louis Secco (b. 1927), Canadian Olympic ice hockey player …   Wikipedia

  • secco — SÉCCO adv. (muz.; ca indicaţie de execuţie) Sacadat, sec. [< it. secco]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN  SÉCCO adj. (muz.) sacadat, sec. (< it. secco) …   Dicționar Român

  • Secco — Sec co, a. [It.] Dry. [1913 Webster] {Secco painting}, or {Painting in secco}, painting on dry plaster, as distinguished from {fresco painting}, which is on wet or fresh plaster. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • secco — [b] (III)[/b] prid. DEFINICIJA oporo, »suho« (ob. o vinu) [vȋno secco oporo vino] ETIMOLOGIJA vidi secco [b] (I)[/b] …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Secco — (ital.), trocken, s. Al secco …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Secco — (ital.), trocken; al secco malen, auf trocknem Grunde malen (im Gegensatz zur Freskomalerei) …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • secco — secco[b] (II)[/b] pril. DEFINICIJA glazb. oznaka za interpretaciju koja želi biti po karakteru opora i suzdržana ETIMOLOGIJA vidi secco [b] (I)[/b] …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Secco — (ital.), trocken; al s. (richtiger a s.) malen, auf trockenem Grund malen, im Gegensatz zur Freskomalerei. – In der Musik ist S. soviel wie Rezitativ mit Generalbaßbegleitung (vgl. Rezitativ) …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

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