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See also: pisa, pisá, pīsà, and pișa

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From Italian Pisa, from Latin Pīsae, of Etruscan origin.

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Pisa

  1. City and capital of the province of Pisa, Italy.
  2. Province of Tuscany, Italy.

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Pisa f

  1. Pisa

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Pisa n (genitive Pisas)

  1. Pisa (capital of the province of Pisa)

ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin Pīsae, also known as the colony of Portus Pisanus in Roman times. The place name is ultimately of Etruscan origin, though of unknown meaning.

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Pisa f

  1. Pisa (province)
  2. Pisa (city)

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Pisa f

  1. Pisa (a city and province of Tuscany, Italy)

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Pisa f

  1. Pisa (province)
  2. Pisa (city)

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