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Asino -- whose use may be acceptable in joking conversations with family, friends and peers but unacceptable otherwise -- a literal Italian equivalent of the English word "jackass." The masculine singular noun may be preceded by the masculine singular definite article l' ("the") or indefinite un, uno ("a, an"). The pronunciation will be "a-SEE-no" in Italian.

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"Jackson" in English is figlio di Giacomo ("son of Jack") literally and Giacomo as a name in Italian.

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