Virtu


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Virtu vər-TOOPart of speech: noun Origin: Italian, early 18th century
1Knowledge of or expertise in the fine arts.2(Literary) the good qualities inherent in a person or thing.
 
Examples of Virtu in a sentence “Callie was known for her virtu in everything from opera to pop art installations.” “There is a tangible virtu in doing community service work.”