Veronese

Veronese

[ver-uh-neez, -nees]

Origin:
1750–60; Veron(a) + -ese

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Veronese

[ver-uh-ney-zee; Italian ve-raw-ne-ze]
noun
Paolo [pah-aw-law] , (Paolo Cagliari) 1528–88, Venetian painter.
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Verona (vəˈrəʊnə, Italian veˈroːna)
 
n
a city in N Italy, in Veneto on the Adige River: strategically situated at the junction of major routes between Italy and N Europe; became a Roman colony (89 bc); under Austrian rule (1797--1866); many Roman remains. Pop: 253 208 (2001)
 
Veronese
 
adj, —n

Veronese (Italian veroˈneːse)
 
n
Paolo (ˈpaːolo), original name Paolo Cagliari or Caliari. 1528--88, Italian painter of the Venetian school. His works include The Marriage at Cana (1563) and The Feast of the Levi (1573)

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