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Buffone is an Italian equivalent of the English word "buffoon." The word in question serves as a masculine singular noun whose meanings also include "court jester" and "joker." Regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciation remains "boof-FO-ney" in Italian.

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"Fool" in English is sciocco in Italian.

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"Dumb" in English is ottuso in Italian.

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"Stupid or idiot" in English means stupido o Idiota in Italian.

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It is stubida

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