109 Unique, Cool & Beautiful Italian Words to Warm Your Heart (2023)

Italian is considered the most seductively beautiful language in the world, and its beauty lies in its words. All of those elongated vowels and melodically rolling “r” make even the simplest of words sound elegant, emotional, and sweet.

There are over 450,000 words in the Italian language. I’ve always been fascinated with words. They’re more than just strings of letters. Words are powerful. Words define the shape of our understanding. Words inspire, motivate, comfort, challenge, move, touch, hurt, intrigue, and entice us. As a writer and translator, I’m so happy to have built a career around words.

In this article, you’ll find a list of the most awesome sounding words in the Italian language, plus cool words and phrases, beautiful Italian sayings, fun-to-say words, unique expressions with no English equivalent, and more!

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Beautiful Italian vocab

The Italian language is known for its fascinating history, richness of expressions, and beautiful-sounding words.

Make the most of the communicative power of the most beautiful words that the Italian language has to offer. A large vocabulary helps open our minds, improves our powers of expression and comprehension, and is essential to describe feelings and comment on the beauty of the world we live in.

Want to add idillio, aurora, evanescenza, and the most powerful, beautiful Italian words to your vocabulary? We’re here to help! Let’s get going with these aesthetically pleasing words, from the genuinely beautiful to the beautifully quirky.

Beautiful Italian words and meanings

The Italian language boasts a massive variety of words. It was no easy task to pick out the most beautiful Italian words out of an estimated total of 450,000, but we like challenging missions that require extra effort. Here are some words we think deserve the designation “beautiful.”

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What makes a word beautiful? I personally think a harmonious blend of sound and meaning is what makes a word pleasant to hear and say. We’ve put together what we consider the most beautiful Italian words with deep meaning and an elegant, unique sound. Some are just so poetic and fascinatingly expressive, while others sound so lovely they could be repeated over and over again for your daily dose of ASMR.

ItalianEnglishIPAPronunciation
NuvolaCloud[nˈuvola]noo-voh-lah
AuroraDawn[aʊrˈɔra]ah-oo-roh-rah
IncantevoleEnchanting[inkantˈevole]een-kahn-teh-voh-leh
RugiadaDew[rʊd͡ʒˈada]roo-jee-ah-dah
AriaAir[ˈaria]ah-ree-ah
IdillioIdyll[iˈdilljo]ee-dee-lee-oh
EvanescenzaEvanescence[evaneʃˈɛnt͡sa]eh-vah-neh-shen-tsah
AllegriaCheerfulness[alleɡrˈia]ahl-leh-gree-ah
Enigmatico / enigmaticaEnigmatic[eniɡmˈatiko] [eniɡmˈatika]eh-neeg-mah-tee-koh / eh-neeg-mah-tee-kah
ProfetaProphet[profˈɛta]pro-pheh-tah
Magnetico / magneticaMagnetic[maɲˈɛtiko] [maɲˈɛtika]mahn-yeh-tee-koh / mahn-yeh-tee-kah
VisibilioRapture[vizibˈilio]vee-zee-bee-lee-oh
QuintessenzaQuintessence[kwintes͡sˈɛnt͡sa]queen-teh-sehn-tsaa
Azzurro / azzurraLight blue[ad͡zːˈurɾo] [ad͡zːˈurɾa]ah-tsoo-roh / ah-tsoo-rah
FarfallaButterfly[farfˈalla]phar-phal-lah
MeravigliaMarvel[meravˈiʎa]meh-rah-vee-wlhee-ah
EuforiaEuphoria[eʊforˈia]eh-oo-pho-ree-ah
LuminescenzaLuminescence[lʊmineʃˈɛnt͡sa]loo-mee-neh-shen-tsah
Etereo / etereaEthereal[etˈɛreo] [eterˈɛa]eh-teh-reh-oh / eh-teh-reh-ah
IridescenzaIridescence[irideʃˈɛnt͡sa]ee-ree-deh-shen-tsah
Squisito / squisitaExquisite, delicious[skwizˈito] [skwizˈita]skoo-ee-zee-toh / skoo-ee-zee-tah
PerenneEverlasting[perˈɛnne]peh-reh-neh
FiammiferoMatch, matchstick[fjammˈifero]phee-ahm-mee-pheh-roh
IneffabileIneffable, impossible to describe[ineffˈabile]ee-neh-pha-bee-leh

Beautiful Italian phrases, sayings and idioms

One of the most important parts of Italian learning is mastering common sayings and idioms. There are a huge number of beautiful Italian sayings, phrases, idioms and expressions that are worth knowing.

Learning them will not only enrich your vocabulary, it’ll also make you sound less like a textbook, and make you truly understand real Italian as it’s actually spoken by native speakers.

ItalianIPAPronunciationLiteral MeaningActual Meaning
In bocca al lupo[ˈiːn bˈokːa ˈal lˈupo]een boh-kah al loo-pohIn the mouth of the wolfGood luck
Essere al settimo cielo[ˈɛs͡sere ˈal sˈɛtːimo t͡ʃˈɛlo]es-eh-reh al seh-tee-moh che-lohTo be in seventh heavenTo be extremely happy, joyful and elated
Non stare più nella pelle[nˈon stˈare pjˈu nˈɛlla pˈɛlle]non stah-reh pee-uh neh-lah peh-lehTo not stay in the skin any moreTo look forward to something
Mangiare la foglia[mand͡ʒˈare lˈa fˈɔʎa]mahn-jee-ah-reh lah phoh-wlhee-ahTo eat the leafTo understand that something strange is going on
Andare nel pallone[andˈare nˈɛl pallˈone]ahn-dah-reh nel pah-loh-nehTo go in the big ballTo feel so embarrassed, confused, and self-conscious that you can’t think straight
Calzare a pennello[kalt͡sˈare ˈaː pennˈɛllo]kahl-tsah-reh ah peh-nehl-ohTo put on at the paintbrushTo fit perfectly
Arrampicarsi sugli specchi[arɾampikˈarsɪ sˈuʎɪ spˈɛkːɪ]ah-rahm-pee-kahr-see soo-wlhee speh-keeTo climb on mirrorsTo try to prove that black is white
Saltare di palo in frasca [saltˈare dˈi pˈalo ˈiːn frˈaska]sahl-tah-reh dee pah-loh een phrah-skahTo jump from pole to branchTo hop from one subject to another
Avere la coda di paglia[avˈere lˈa kˈoda dˈi pˈaʎa]ah-veh-reh lah ko-dah dee pah-wlhee-ahTo have the tail of strawTo have something to hide
Prendere qualcuno a pesci in faccia[prˈɛndere kwalkˈuno ˈaː pˈeʃɪ ˈiːn fˈat͡ʃːa]prehn-deh-reh koo-ahl-koo-noh ah peh-shee een fah-chaTo slap someone in the face with a fishTo treat somebody like dirt, to mistreat
Essere a cavallo[ˈɛs͡sere ˈaː kavˈallo]eh-seh-reh ah kah-vah-lohTo ride on a horsebackTo have a good chance to obtain good results
Far ridere i polli[fˈar rˈidere ˈi pˈollɪ]fahr ree-deh-reh ee poh-leeTo make chickens laughTo be utterly ridiculous
Cascarci come una pera cotta[kaskˈart͡ʃɪ kˈome ˈuna pˈɛra kˈɔtːa]kahs-kahr-chee koh-meh uh-nah peh-rah koht-tahTo fall like a cooked pearTo be easily fooled
Sputare il rospo[spʊtˈare ˈiːl rˈɔspo]spoo-tah-reh eel roh-spohTo spit the toadTo get something off one’s chest
Tagliare la corda[taʎˈare lˈa kˈɔrda]tah-wlhee-ah-reh lah kohr-dahTo cut the ropeTo sneak away
Sbarcare il lunario[zbarkˈare ˈiːl lʊnˈario]sbahr-kah-reh eel loo-nah-ree-ohTo unboat the moonriverTo get by financially
Far venire il latte alle ginocchia[fˈar venˈire ˈiːl lˈatːe ˈalle d͡ʒinˈokːia]fahr veh-nee-reh eel lah-teh ah-leh jee-noh-kee-ahTo make milk come to the kneesTo be extremely boring
Avere le braccine corte [avˈere lˈe brˈat͡ʃːine kˈorte]ah-veh-reh leh brah-chee-neh kohr-tehTo have short armsTo be stingy
Avere una cotta [avˈere ˈuna kˈɔtːa]ah-veh-reh uh-nah koht-tahTo have a cookedTo have a crush on someone
Stare con le mani in mano[stˈare kˈon lˈe mˈanɪ ˈiːn mˈano]stah-reh kohn leh mah-nee een mah-nohTo stay with your hands in your handTo be idle

Other cool Italian words

Do you want to really sound like a native Italian speaker? If so, it’s time for you to learn cool Italian words and phrases. If you’re looking for something more colloquial, expand your vocabulary with the following Italian slang words.

But for now, let’s see which of these expressions you already know, and which ones are new to you.

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ItalianEnglishIPAPronunciation
FigoCool[fˈiɡo]phee-goh
Figata!Sweet![fiɡˈata]phee-gah-tah
Spessore!Sweet![spes͡sˈore]speh-soh-reh
Fantastico!Epic![fantˈastiko]phan-tah-stee-koh
Forte!Cool![fˈɔrte]phor-teh
Adoro!Love it![adˈɔro]ah-doh-roh
Evvai!Hurray![evvˈaj]eh-vahy
Togo!Cool![tˈɔɡo]toh-goh
Ganzo!Cool![ɡˈand͡zo]gahn-soh
Bella lì!Sweet![bˈɛlla lˈi]beh-lah lee
Bella storia!Way to go![bˈɛlla stˈɔria]beh-lah stoh-ree-ah
Da urloEpic[dˈa ˈurlo]dah oor-loh
MiticoCool, mind-blowing[mˈitiko]mee-tee-koh

English words that are actually Italian

It’s no secret that the Italian language has enriched English. There are many, many English words that are actually Italian. Here are some of the most common ones. Note that, in some cases, there may be some differences in spelling and pronunciation.

ItalianEnglishIPAPronunciation
StilettoStiletto[stilˈetːo]stee-leh-toh
BaristaBarista, server in a coffee shop[barˈista]bah-ree-stah
VillaVilla[vˈilla]veel-lah
BelvedereBelvedere[belvedˈere]behl-veh-deh-reh
VerandaVerandah[verˈanda]veh-rahn-dah
RivieraRiviera[riviˈɛra]ree-vee-eh-rah
GelatoGelato[d͡ʒelˈato]jeh-lah-toh
OperaOpera[ˈopera]oh-peh-rah
PianoPiano[pjˈano]pee-ah-noh
LoggiaLoggia[lˈɔd͡ʒːa]loh-jah
PropagandaPropaganda[propaɡˈanda]proh-pah-gahn-dah
ManifestoManifesto[manifˈɛsto]mah-nee-pheh-stoh
ArcipelagoArchipelago[art͡ʃipˈɛlaɡo]ahr-chee-peh-lah-goh
LagunaLagoon[laɡˈuna]lah-goo-nah
GrottaGrotto[ɡrˈɔtːa]groht-tah
PanoramaPanorama[panorˈama]pah-noh-rah-mah
BravoBravo[brˈavo]brah-voh
ScenarioScenario[ʃeˈnarjo]sheh-nah-ree-oh
CupolaCupola[kˈupola]koo-poh-lah
PistacchioPistachio[pistˈakːio]pee-stahk-kee-oh
Al frescoAl fresco, outside[ˈal frˈesko]ahl phreh-skoh
BallerinaBallerina, female ballet dancer[ballerˈina]bahl-leh-ree-nah
DivaDiva[dˈiva]dee-vah
FalsettoFalsetto[falsˈetːo]phal-seht-toh
CappuccinoCappuccino, Italian coffee beverage[kapːʊt͡ʃːˈino]kahp-poo-chee-noh
A cappellaA cappella[ˈaː kapːˈɛlla]ah kap-pehl-lah
MaestroMaestro, Master[maˈɛstro]mah-eh-stroh
OrganzaOrganza, sheer silk fabric[orɡˈant͡sa]ohr-gahn-tsah
DilemmaDilemma[dilˈɛmma]dee-lehm-mah
LidoLido[lˈido]lee-doh
VistaVista, view[vˈista]vee-stah
MottoMotto[mˈɔtːo]moht-toh
LavaLava[lˈava]lah-vah
PaparazzoPaparazzi, press photographer[papaɾˈat͡sːo]pah-pah-rah-tsoh
GhettoGhetto[ɡˈetːo]ghet-toh
MarinaMarina, port for small boats[marˈina]mah-ree-nah

And even more unique Italian words with no exact English equivalents

Below is a list of unique Italian words, phrases and expressions, most of which don’t have a direct match in English. Prepare for some really interesting ones.

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ItalianIPAPronunciationLiteral MeaningActual Meaning
Ammazzacaffè[ammat͡sːakaffˈɛ]ah-mah-tsah-kah-fehCoffee killerA small glass of liqueur usually consumed after coffee
Pantofolaio[pantofolˈaio]pahn-toh-pho-lahee-ohMaker/seller of slippersSomeone who loves sitting around all day
Caschetto[kaskˈetːo]kah-skeht-tohLittle helmetBob haircut
Abbiocco[abːjˈɔkːo]ah-bee-oh-kohFood comaThe drowsiness that follows eating a full Italian meal
Mamma mia![mˈamma mˈia]mah-mah mee-ahMy mom!My goodness!
Menefreghista[menefreɡˈista]meh-neh-phreh-ghee-stahI-don’t-care-istSomeone who is indifferent, apathetic, and just doesn’t care
Menefreghismo[menefreɡˈizmo]meh-neh-phreh-ghees-mohI-don't-give-a-damn-ismCouldn’t-care-less attitude
Apericena[aperit͡ʃˈɛna]ah-pehr-ee-che-nahAperitif + buffet-like, finger-food mealPre-dinner drinks accompanied by food
Gattara[ɡatːˈaɾa]gaht-tah-rahCat ladyAn (elderly) lady that cares for stray cats
Inchiodare[inkjodˈare]een-kee-oh-dah-rehTo nailTo slam on the brakes
Beccare[bekːˈare]behk-kah-rehTo peckTo catch, to surprise
Stirare[stirˈare]stee-rah-rehTo ironTo run over with a car
Fare la scarpetta[fˈare lˈa skarpˈetːa]fah-reh lah skahr-peht-tahTo make cleatTo mop up your plate with bread
Culaccino[kʊlat͡ʃːˈino]koo-lah-chee-nohThe round mark left on the table by an ice-filled, wet glass or a hot cupThe annoying ring left on a wooden surface by a glass or cup
Fare una filippica[fˈare ˈuna filˈipːika]fah-reh uh-nah phee-leep-pee-kahTo make a philippicTo launch into a tirade
Boh![bˈo]bohNo clue!I don’t know. Who knows?

Parole, parole, parole…

Did you know that there’s an Italian song called “Parole, parole” (Words, words)? Released in 1972, it’s a duet song performed by Italian singer Mina, one of the most prominent icons of Italian music, and veteran actor Alberto Lupo, best known to American audiences as Dr. Levin in the 1960 Italian horror film Atom Age Vampire.

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Listen to this intriguing dialogue of Mina’s singing and Lupo’s deep and seductive voice, and read the lyrics and English translation.

I personally prefer the version that came out in 2010. It’s a very intense duet between Mina and Italian singer-songwriter Niccolò Fabi, who created a completely revised version of one of the most famous songs in the history of Italian music.

What makes things even more moving and touching is that this version was dedicated to Fabi’s prematurely deceased 2-year-old daughter, Olivia, who had a special liking for this great Italian masterpiece. It’s so heartwarming and profound I can’t believe anyone not liking it. That cello gives me goosebumps every time I listen to it.

There you go!

Good job! You’ve just learned a whole load of new stuff. With some practice, all these beautiful Italian sayings, phrases, words and expressions will begin to come naturally, I give you my word of honor!

The more Italian you read, listen and speak, the more it’ll become a part of you!Enjoy this post? Then don’t forget to check out our Italian blog for more articles like this! Till next time!

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FAQs

What is the prettiest Italian word? ›

What are the prettiest Italian words? Some beautiful Italian words are: Pensierino, Zanzara, Farfalla, Pantofolaio, and Addirittura.

What are some beautiful Italian sayings? ›

Ogni giorno ha il suo amore e dolore./Every day she has her love and her pain. Amore non è senza amaro./Love is not without bitterness. L'amore non è bello se non è litigarello./ Amor senza baruffa, fa la muffa./Love is not beautiful if it is not a quarrel. / Love without a quarrel, it makes mold.

What is a beautiful Italian word? ›

One of the first Italian word people learn is 'bello' = beautiful. It is a very useful word in any language but it is a particularly useful one to know in Italian since it is widely used in very many different contexts.

What Alora means in Italian? ›

Well, at the risk of disappointing you, allora means, quite simply, 'then'. But of course, no word is quite as simple as it seems. Think about all the multitude of meanings 'then' can have in English: allora works the same way.

What is a famous Italian saying? ›

Mamma mia is a common Italian saying

This Italian saying is an exclamation usually implying surprise or impatience, similar to the phrase “my goodness” in English.

How do Italians express surprise? ›

Probably one of the most well-known and commonly used interjections in the Italian language, Mamma mia! can be translated as 'My goodness! '. It covers a wide spectrum of strong emotions: from shock and horror, to wonder and surprise, or even dismay.

What is an Italian saying about life? ›

Finché C'È Vita C'È Speranza – “While There's Life, There's Hope” Italians are fond of this phrase. They like to remember that they should keep hoping for the best, even when they are in a dire situation or things look impossible.

What are good Italian wishes? ›

Tantissimi auguri! – “Best wishes!”

What is the most popular Italian word? ›

The most used Italian word is arguably cosa, which translates in many ways in English — including “what”, “thing”, and “matter” — depending on its inflection, grammatical function, or the overall context of the sentence.

What's a rare word for beautiful? ›

Pulchritudinous (and pulchritude) come from the Latin pulcher (which means “beautiful”), the same source for a number of uncommon words in English, such as pulchrify (“to beautify”), pulchritudeness (a synonym of pulchritude), and pulchrous ("fair or beautiful”).

What is a deep word for beautiful? ›

Pulchritudinous is an adjective that means physically beautiful or attractive. Pulchritudinous is a grandiose way of saying someone or something is good-looking.

What does Bella Faccia mean? ›

What is Faccia Bella? Faccia Bella means beautiful face in Italian.

What is Ciccio? ›

ciccio m (plural cicci) (familiar) honey, sugar, pal, mate (affectionate name)

What does Gattara mean in Italian? ›

Gattara. Believe it or not, Italian actually has a word specifically for the American stereotype of the “cat lady.” Gattara describes an elderly woman who feeds stray cats and/or lives with multiple cats. If you would like to describe a man who has a lot of cats or multiple “cat people,” Italian has you covered as well ...

What does gula mean in Italian? ›

sugar (sucrose from sugar cane or sugar beet and used to sweeten food and drink)

What does Zio mean Italian? ›

noun. uncle [noun] the brother of a person's father or mother, or the husband of an aunt.

What do Italians call their lovers? ›

There are two main ways to say “girlfriend” and “boyfriend” in Italian: ragazzo/a or fidanzato/a. The former is used by young couples, usually when they are dating, while the latter is for serious relationships and also means fiance.

What is the most romantic word? ›

- “Amour”, the French word for love, has been voted the most romantic word in the world in a pre-Valentine's Day survey of language experts.

What is the meaning of La Dolce Vita? ›

noun. (usually prec. by la) sweet life; the good life perceived as one of physical pleasure and self-indulgence.

How do you say B * * * * in Italian? ›

How do Italians say b****? The Italian word for b**** is "puttana". You can use it in various swearing expressions, such as "porca puttana" or "andare a puttane" (which means that something goes bad or is failing).

What is Italy's motto? ›

The Italian Republic does not have an official motto, but it does have a common phrase: "L'Italia e' una Repubblica democratica, fondata sul lavoro" (Italy is a democratic Republic, founded on labor). St.

What is the Italian motto? ›

Italy: No official motto.

How do Italians say wow? ›

Ammazza! – This word means 'wow', 'oh my goodness' or 'I can't believe it'.

What does Scifo mean in Italian? ›

Schifo is how you say 'disgust', which is exactly what you'll provoke in most Italians by drinking milky coffee after noon. It comes from an early Germanic word that meant 'to frighten' – the same that gave us the English word 'eschew'. In Italian it's most commonly used as an exclamation… Che schifo! How disgusting!

How do people in Italy express love? ›

There are two very different ways to say “I love you” in Italian: ti voglio bene and ti amo. This is different from English where we have only one way to say “I love you”, so it's important to understand the difference. Ti voglio bene could be translated as “I wish you well” or “I want what's good for you”.

What is an Italian blessing? ›

The Italian blessing that begins "May your life be like good wine" is one perfect for ending a wedding toast at the reception. It also works well for a pre-dinner saying for secular couples and their officiant. It goes on to say that as the wine ages and perfects itself, so will the marriage.

What does Esperanza mean in Italian? ›

Noun. esperanza f (plural esperances) hope.

What's molto bene? ›

very well fine, okay. (Translation of molto bene from the PASSWORD Italian–English Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

How do you say love and best wishes in Italian? ›

If you want to express a desire for someone's well-being in Italian, you can use the phrase Ti auguro ogni bene which means I wish you well or I wish you the best.

What symbolizes good luck in Italy? ›

Today, the cornicello is often worn as jewelry in Italy, the red horn charm is a symbol of hope and good luck. It is said to repel against the malocchio (evil eye) and promote good fortune. In addition to jewlery you can also find the cornicello charm hanging in peoples houses, above doorways or outside a window.

What does Popo mean in Italian? ›

invariable feminine noun. (cacca) pooh. Copyright © by HarperCollins Publishers.

What does Prego mean in it? ›

The most common translation is 'you're welcome': prego is what you say when someone else thanks you. – Grazie mille!

What are the 12 powerful words? ›

What are the twelve powerful words? Trace, Analyze, Infer, Evaluate, Formulate, Describe, Support, Explain, Summarize, Compare, Contrast, Predict. Why use the twelve powerful words? These are the words that always give students more trouble than others on standardized tests.

What are powerful words? ›

Power words are exactly what you might expect: strong, powerful words that make someone take notice. Also known as “power phrases”, they're used in headlines for different types of content — such as emails, blog posts, and webinars.

What word means beautiful inside and out? ›

pulchritudinous Add to list Share.

What are the two most beautiful words? ›

Summer afternoon, summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.

How do you say beautiful in Sicilian? ›

Trùoppu Bedda/u – Beautiful

So beautiful in Sicilian is Trùoppu Bedda – if your partner is female or identifies as such – and Trùoppu Beddu – if your partner is male or identifies as such.

What does Bella Cosa mean? ›

"Più bella cosa" (pronounced [ˌpju bˈbɛlla ˈkɔːza]; meaning "The Most Beautiful Thing") is an Italian language song written by singer Eros Ramazzotti, with Claudio Guidetti, Maurizio Fabrizio and Adelio Cogliati, and performed by Ramazzotti in February 1996, as a first single and pre-release from his album Dove c'è ...

What does Tita mean in Italian? ›

tita (masculine tito) an aunt; the sister of either parent. a female cousin of either parent. an affectionate or honorific term for a woman of an older generation than oneself.

What does Chingale mean in Italian? ›

Cinghiale means wild boar in Italian and many of them actually freely roam the countryside.

What is Gattara in Italian? ›

Noun. gattara f (plural gattare, masculine gattaro) (regional, informal, sometimes derogatory) a woman catlover who feeds alley cats or spends time with domestic cats; a cat lady quotations ▼

What does Patana mean in Italian? ›

[putˈtana ] feminine noun. (vulgar) whore (vulgar)

What does Prego mean in Sicilian? ›

/'preɡo/ (risposta / invito) please / you're welcome , after you , don't mention it. - “Grazie mille” – “prego” “Thank you so much” – “You're welcome” Prego, si accomodi!

What does bedda mean in Italian? ›

bedda {adjective feminine}

beautiful {adj.} bedda (also: bella, bello, bellissimo, bellissima, bel, bellissimi)

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