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  • Bird (en)
  • Oiseau (fr)
  • Pájaro (es)
  • Uccello (it)
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  • augello (it)
  • ave (es)
  • birds (en)
  • pennuto (it)
  • pájaros (es)
dct:bibliographicCitation
  • Luc Derroitte, Dictionnaire de l'Ornement, Paris : Editions Gisserot, 2012 (fr)
  • Dupont-Auberville, M. L’ornement Des Tissus : Recueil Historique et Pratique. Paris: ibr. générale de l’Architecture et des travaux publics Ducher et Cie., 1877. (es)
  • F. Pizzato, Tessuti & C. Piccolo dizionario dei termini del mestiere, Milano, 1992 (it)
  • E. Bianchi, Dizionario internazionale dei tessuti, Como, 1997 (it)
  • Maria Teresa Lucidi ( a cura di), Glossario dei termini tecnici occidentali, cinesi e giapponesi, in La seta e la sua via, Roma, 1994 (it)
  • Dictionnaire de l'Académie française, https://www.dictionnaire-academie.fr/article/A9O0307 (fr)
  • G. Sergio, Parole di moda. Il "Corriere delle dame" e il lessico della moda nell'Ottocento, Milano, 2010. (it)
  • A. Donnanno, Modabolario. Parole e immagini della moda. Dizionario tecnico-creativo. Storia del costume tessuti e tessitura tecniche sartoriali accessori e stilisti, Milano, 2018 (it)
  • Treccani online. Accessed 29 February 2020. http://www.treccani.it//vocabolario/versione (it)
  • Simpson, John; Weiner, Edmund (eds). The Oxford English Dictionary. Oxford : Clarendon Press ; Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1989. [www.oed.com] (en)
  • Benito Vidal, Pura. Las Sedas y Sus Diseños En La Valencia Del Siglo XV. Valencia: Colegio del Arte Mayor de la Seda, 2018 (es)
definition
  • n. From Old English "brid" "bird" and Middle English "bridd" "byrd" "bryd" "bridde" "brede". Any feathered vertebrate animal: a member of the second class (Aves) of the great Vertebrate group, the species of which are most nearly allied to the Reptiles, but distinguished by their warm blood, feathers, and adaptation of the fore limbs as wings, with which most species fly in the air. (en)
  • Del lat. vulg. passar 'pájaro', y este del lat. passer, -ĕris 'gorrión'. Los motivos de ave, generalmente pequeños, son abundantes en tejido. Diseños de origen persas propios del Gótico que desaparecen en el Renacimiento y se retoman con el gusto por el Naturalismo, en el japonismo y en las chinoiserie. (es)
  • Subst. masc. Issu du lat. tard. aucellus, forme syncopée de avicellus, lui-même dér. de avis "oiseau". Les oiseaux sont d'abord utilisés comme motifs décoratifs - comme tous les animaux à l'exception de quelques uns chargés de symboles (lion, aigle, dauphin, serpent). Les enluminures de l'art médiéval ajoutent des oiseaux mythiques à ce bestiaire comme le phénix, et des oiseaux exotiques comme le pélican. Au XVIIIe. s., les chinoiseries utilisent des motifs de cailles, de perdrix, de moineaux, de grues, et des oiseaux exotiques et mythiques. (fr)
  • s. m. [lat. tardo aucĕllus, da *avicellus, avicella, dim. di avis «uccello»]. Nome comune e generico delle varie specie di animali della classe degli uccelli (v. la voce), caratterizzati dal corpo ricoperto di penne e dalla presenza di ali che, nella maggior parte delle specie, li rende atti al volo (it)
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