- "avere i piedi per terra" is an Italian idiom for a practical person.
"Viva", with its longer form "Evviva", is an exclamation expressing joy, praise, hope, and comes from the Latin subjunctive "vivat" (=may live). "Viva", in use since the Middle Ages, has as its opposite, "Abbasso" (=down with). The graphic symbols of the two words are very interesting: "Viva" is represented by a W (synthesis of the two consonants) and by analogy "Abbasso" is represented by an inverted W, which recalls the M of "moriatur" (may die), which would be the exact opposite of "vivat".
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