Definition of Taleggio

1. Noun. a soft Italian cheese from Lombardy ¹



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Definition of Taleggio

1. a soft creamy cheese [n -GIOS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Taleggio

tale bearers
tale of the tape
talea
taleae
talebear
talebearer
talebearers
talebearing
talebearing(a)
talebearings
talebook
taled
taleds
taleful
talegalla
taleggio (current term)
taleggios
talent
talent-spotter
talent-spotters
talent agent
talent management
talent scout
talented
talentless
talentlessly
talentlessness
talents
taler
talers

Literary usage of Taleggio

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1. Italy: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1906)
"the largest village in the Valle taleggio, which is noted for the number of its ... Valle taleggio (see above), is the terminus of the new light railway (p. ..."

2. Northern Italy, Including Leghorn, Florence, Ravenna and Routes Through by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1913)
"the church of which possesses a fine high-altar-piece by Palma Vecchio, to (18'/s M.) taleggio (2495 ft.), the largest village in the ..."

3. Italy: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1906)
"the largest village in the Valle taleggio, which is noted for the number of its castles. Pechera, another village, has an altar-piece by Palma ..."

4. Italian Lakes by Richard Sale (2006)
"... taleggio valley, famous for its cheese, and has slim, elegant bridges over the rivers of both valleys as they meet. Next in the main valley comes ..."

5. Oecd Territorial Reviews by OECD Staff, Oecd (2001)
"There is no visible strategy to link internationally well-known products, such as San Pellegrino mineral water, or taleggio cheese, to the territory from ..."

6. Italian Painters: Critical Studies of Their Works by Giovanni Morelli (1900)
"... taleggio) is in seven compartments ; in the centre SS. James, Roch, and Sebastian ; above the Pieta — an angel lamenting over the Dead Body of Christ; ..."

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