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Vico

[ vik-oh, vee-koh; Italian vee-kaw ]
/ ˈvɪk oʊ, ˈvi koʊ; Italian ˈvi kɔ /
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noun

Gio·van·ni Bat·tis·ta [jaw-vahn-nee baht-tees-tah], /dʒɔˈvɑn ni bɑtˈtis tɑ/, 1668–1744, Italian philosopher and jurist.

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OTHER WORDS FROM Vico

Vi·co·ni·an [vi-koh-nee-uhn], /vɪˈkoʊ ni ən/, adjective
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Vico
/ (ˈvɪkəʊ, Italian ˈviːko) /

noun

Giovanni Battista (dʒoˈvanni batˈtista). 1668–1744, Italian philosopher. In Scienza Nuova (1721) he postulated that civilizations rise and fall in evolutionary cycles, making use of myths, poetry, and linguistics as historical evidence
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