Definition of Piazze

1. piazza [n] - See also: piazza



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Piazze

piasava
piasavas
piaster
piasters
piastre
piastres
piation
piazza
piazzalike
piazzas
piazze (current term)
piazzian
pibal
pibals
pibble
pibbles
pibcorn
pibcorns
piberaline
pibgorn
piblokto
pibloktoq
pibroch
pibrochs
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Literary usage of Piazze

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Inquisition in the Spanish Dependencies: Sicily--Naples--Sardinia--Milan by Henry Charles Lea (1908)
"From of old the citizens were divided into six associations, known as piazze or Seggi, in which they met ..."

2. The Inquisition in the Spanish Dependencies: Sicily--Naples--Sardinia--Milan by Henry Charles Lea (1908)
"From of old the citizens were divided into six associations, known as piazze or Seggi, in which they met ..."

3. The Inquisition in the Spanish Dependencies: Sicily--Naples--Sardinia--Milan by Henry Charles Lea (1908)
"There were piazze in other cities but when, under Charles V, the national Parliament was discontinued, the piazze of Naples arrogated to themselves its ..."

4. The Biographical Dictionary of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful (1843)
"The viceroy, being hard pressed for money to provide for the defence of the kingdom, assembled the " piazze" or " Seggi " of the city of Naples, ..."

5. The Biographical Dictionary of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful (1843)
"The viceroy, being hard pressed for money to provide for the defence of the kingdom, assembled the " piazze " or " Seggi" of the city of Naples, ..."

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