cic·e·ro·ne (sĭs′ə-rōnē, chĭch′ə-, chē′chĕ-rōnĕ)
n. pl. cic·e·ro·nes or cic·e·ro·ni (-nē)
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[Italian, from Latin Cicerō, Cicerōn-, Marcus Tullius Cicero.]
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