duello

[doo-el-oh, dyoo-; Italian doo-el-law]
noun
1.
the practice or art of dueling.
2.
the code of rules regulating dueling.

Origin:
1580–90; < Italian; see duel

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duello (djuːˈɛləʊ)
 
n , pl -los
1.  the art of duelling
2.  the code of rules for duelling
 
[C16: from Italian; see duel]

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