Definition of Mt etna

1. Noun. An inactive volcano in Sicily; last erupted in 1961; the highest volcano in Europe (10,500 feet).

Exact synonyms: Etna, Mount Etna
Group relationships: Sicilia, Sicily
Generic synonyms: Volcano



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mt Etna

Ms.
Mses.
Msgr.
Mss
Mstsislaw
Mt.
Mt. Ararat
Mt. Everest
Mt. McKinley
Mt. Olympus
Mt. Ranier
Mt. Rushmore
Mt. St. Helens
Mt. Vesuvius
MtF
Mt Etna
Mt Orizaba
Mtarfa
Mtl
Mts
MuSK kinase
Muammar al-Qaddafi
Muammar el-Qaddafi
Muarrif
Muay Thai
Mubarak
Mubende
Much's bacillus
Mucha-Habermann disease
Mucha-Habermann syndrome

Literary usage of Mt etna

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1. The Mediterranean: Its Storied Cities and Venerable Ruins by Thomas George Bonney (1907)
"... the chief commercial center of Sicily—The magnificent ruins of the Greek Theater at Taor- mina—Omnipresence of Mt. Etna—Approach to Syracuse— The famous ..."

2. Modern School Geography: On the Plan of Comparison and Classification by William Channing Woodbridge (1844)
"The open- (64) Mount Etna, by moonlight. ing is called the crater; and the engraving 65 shows the crater at the top of Mt. Etna. 364. ..."

3. The Mediterranean: Its Storied Cities and Venerable Ruins by Thomas George Bonney (1907)
"... the chief commercial center of Sicily—The magnificent ruins of the Greek Theater at Taor- mina—Omnipresence of Mt. Etna—Approach to Syracuse— The famous ..."

4. Modern School Geography: On the Plan of Comparison and Classification by William Channing Woodbridge (1844)
"The open- (64) Mount Etna, by moonlight. ing is called the crater; and the engraving 65 shows the crater at the top of Mt. Etna. 364. ..."

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