[zuh-kee-noh; Italian tsek-kee-naw]
noun, plural zec·chi·ni [zuh-kee-nee; Italian tsek-kee-nee] /zəˈki ni; Italian tsɛkˈki ni/.
Also zech·in [zek-in] /ˈzɛk ɪn/.
Origin of zecchino
1610–20; < Italian. See sequin
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Page 329: "zechin" was printed as "zecchino" in the Italian edition.The Two First Centuries of Florentine History|Pasquale Villari
noun plural -ni (-nɪ)
Word Origin for zecchino
C18: from Italian; see sequin
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