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"Catald's" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase di Cataldo. The masculine singular prepositional phrase, which most famously references an Irish monk (died Taranto, Italy, 685), literally translates as "of Catald" in English. The pronunciation will be "ka-TAL-do" in Pisan Italian.

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