con anima

[ kon -an-uh-mah, kohn -ah-nee-mah; Italian kawn -ah-nee-mah ]
/ kɒn ˈæn əˌmɑ, koʊn ˈɑ niˌmɑ; Italian kɔn ˈɑ ni mɑ /

adverb

with spirit; animatedly (used as a musical direction).

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Origin of con anima

1905–10; <Italian: literally, with spirit
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