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"Albugine" is an Italian equivalent of "blight" in terms of fungal damage to plants.

The Italian word is a feminine noun. Its singular definite article is "l"* ("the"), and its singular indefinite article "una" ("a, one"). A special use of the Italian word is as one of the alternates to the more scientific "oidio" in terms of "powdery mildew."

The pronunciation is "AHL-boo-DJEE-neh."

*The feminine definite article actually is "la." But the vowel "a" drops before a noun that begins with a vowel. The temporary nature of that drop is indicated by an apostrophe.

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