Nathan, Vent Anni di ua ital,iana altraverso al(Annuario (Rome, 1906); G.
The Latin name for the fast, Quadragesima (whence Ital.
(Ravenna, 1748), and Samm, Une Question ital.
4  io) showing that the customs of the Bruttii had a certain affinity with those of the pre-Hellenic inhabitants of Greece, and it has been argued (Ridgeway apud Conway, Ital.
dei Lincei, Roma , iv., 1888, and Archiv ital.
The word mutzen, to dock, cut off, which first appears in the 14th century, does not help much, though the name of another vestment akin to the almuce - the mozzetta - has been by some traced to it through the Ital.
Bale, but Basle is a wholly erroneous form; Ital.
See Marro Macchi, Annuario istorico italiano (Milan, 18 77); Mazzoleni, Giuseppe Ferrari; Werner, Die ital.
STATES OF THE CHURCH, or Papal States (Ital.
AVLONA (anc. Aulon; Ital.
costume, from Ital.
Chur or Cur, Ital.
from the Ital.
Rauschen, Die Legende Karls des Grossen im liten and 12ten Jahrhundert (Leipzig, 1890); Kristoffer Nyrop, Den oldfranske Heldedigtning (Copenhagen, 1883; Ital.
BOTZEN, or Bozen (Ital.
The name bucintoro is derived from the Ital.
fada; Sp. hada; Ital.
AEGADIAN ISLANDS (Ital.
granum, Hindi Chanel, Bengali Chhola, Ital.
- Werunsky, Ital.
From about 1864 he occupied himself almost exclusively with spectrum analysis, both of stars (Catalogo delle stelle di cui si e determinato lo spettro luminoso, Paris, 1867, 8vo; "Sugli spettri prismatici delle stelle fisse," two parts, 1868, in the Atti della Soc. Ital.) and of the sun (Le Soleil, Paris, 1870, 8vo; 2nd ed., 1877).
surplis; in Ital.
From these come the bronze cistae and specula with partly (but far from wholly) Etruscan inscriptions, for which Praeneste is renowned" (Conway, Ital.
PERRON (a French word meaning properly a "large stone," Ital.
zibellina derive from the Ital.
793; for the Oscan see Ital.
di studi ital.
GENOA (anc. Genua, Ital.
BELLADONNA (from the Ital.
Or again, it may be derived from casequin (Ital.
chambre de la compagne, and Ital.
In archaeology his great achievement was Saggio di lingua Etrusca (1789), followed by Saggio delle lingue Ital.
auncelle, a confused derivation from l'auncelle, Ital.
TIBER (anc. Tiberis; Ital.
de Fabriazy in Archivio Storico Ital.
Milanesi in Archivio Storico Ital.
domna, " lady," than by Ital.
princeps, from primus capio, " I am the first to take "; Ital.
polea and Ital.
The title abbe (Ital.
genievre, Sp. enebro, Ital.
Muratori, Rerum ital.
CARTOUCHE (a French word adapted from the Ital.
'06Kbauos, or hog's-bean; Ital.
as troupe, whence the English "crupper"; and in Ital.
Spadoni's Sette, cospirazioni, e cospiratori (Turin, 1904) is an excellent monograph; Memoirs of the Secret Societies of Southern Italy, said to be by one Bertoldi or Bartholdy (London, 1821, Ital.
FRATICELLI (plural diminutive of Ital.
TERRAMARA (from Ital.
24) describes as able to furnish troops in 225 B.C.; by that date, therefore, their territory cannot have been distinguished from Latium generally, and it seems probable (Beloch, Ital.
MANAGE, to control, direct, or be in a position or have the capacity to do anything (from Ital.
'IXvovaa, from a fancied resemblance to a footprint in its shape, Ital.
CICISBEO (Ital.; of uncertain origin; perhaps an inversion of bel cece, "beautiful chick (pea)," or from Fr.
The two valleys of the Arno and the Tiber (Ital.
Mazzini, who had learned te distrust Carbonarism owing to its lack of a guiding principle and its absurd paraphernalia of ritual and mystery, had conceived the idea of a more serious political association for the emancipation of his country not only from foreign and domestic despotisn~ but from national faults of character; and this idea he hac materialized in the organization of a society called the Giovani Italia (Young Italy) among the Italian refugees at Marseilles After the events of 1831 he declared that the liberation of Ital) could only be achieved through unity, and his great merit lie~
precari, entreat; Ital.
BARCAROLE, or BARCAROLLE (Ital.
To English sailors St Elmo's fires were known as " corposants " (Ital.
II, 12; algum Incensum (or incensum thuris) from incendere; Ital.
Invited by Sicilian malcontents and Ghibellines, Conradin (Ital.
See Vincent'Laureo, 1574-78, et ses depeches inedites (Ital.) (Warsaw, 1877); Augu s tin Theiner, Vetera monuments Poloniae et Lituaniae vol.
Even after it became clear this was a sentient life form, the name Odo Ital stuck and was eventually shortened.
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