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Vénetos, véneto m. (Noun, Adjective) "Veneti;" "Venetian;" "Venetic language"
Originally the name of the Veneti, a pre-Roman population who inhabited northern Italy. The Veneti were an Indo-European group who spoke the Italic language of Venetic. From Latin Venetus "Venetian" (a member of the Veneti).