çitæ

LigurianEdit

Alternative formsEdit

  • çittæ
  • çittae

EtymologyEdit

From Latin civitas.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

çitæ f (plural çitæ)

  1. city (large settlement)
    • 2011, Marcella Mascarino, La duchessa di Galliera, Maria Brignole Sale de Ferrari, Genova, 1811 – Parigi, 1888, Liberodiscrivere, page 378 (citing July–September 2012, Aldo Repetto, Il Basilico: da “malefico” a “magico” in A Compagna, Essegraph srl, page 12):
      Pe conosce Zena, sorvetùtto da-o ponto de vista colturâle, l’é necesâio inparâ a conosce ascì i seu personaggi perché son stæti lô che co-a seu personalitæ àn contriboîo a caraterizâ questa çitæ.
      To know Genoa, especially from a cultural point of view, it is also necessary to learn to know its characters because they have been, with their personality, what has contributed to characterise this city.
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