cas·si·né·se, cas·si·né·se
agg., s.m. e f. CO
1. agg., dell'abbazia di Montecassino: ritmo cassinese | agg., s.m., che, chi appartiene ai monaci benedettini di Montecassino
2. agg., s.m. e f., cassinate
DATA: av. 1580.
ETIMO: der. di Cassino, v. anche cassinate, ed elemento del nome della celebre abbazia di Montecassino, con -ese.

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