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capotasto

[ kah-poh-tahs-toh, -puh- ]
/ 藢k蓱 po蕣藞t蓱s to蕣, -p蓹- /
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noun, plural ca路po路tas路tos, ca路pi路tas路ti [kah-pee-tahs-tee, -puh-]. /藢k蓱 pi藞t蓱s ti, -p蓹-/.
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Origin of capotasto

<Italian, equivalent to capo head (see capo2) + tasto finger board, fret, literally, touch, feel, noun derivative of tastare to touch lightly, perhaps <Vulgar Latin *taxitare, for Latin tax膩re, frequentative of Latin tangere to touch
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