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"State Zitte" is Italian for "shut up." It is pronounced "STAH-tay DZEE-tay." It comes from the Italian words "stare (STAH-ray)," meaning "to be" or "to stay," and "zitto (DZEE-toh)," meaning "silent." This particular conjugation can only be used when talking to a group of women.

When talking to a single male: Sta' zitto.
... a single female: Sta' zitta.
... a group of males: State zitti
... a group of females: State zitte.
by Hoobajoobalicious December 27, 2003
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