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Siracusa

[Italian see-rah-koo-zah] /Italian ˌsi rɑˈku zɑ/
noun
1.
Syracuse (def 2).
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  • Far away lies Siracusa, a streak of pearl against the deep indigo of the sea.

    The Lightning Conductor C. N. Williamson
  • Agathocles the Sicilian, not of a private man onely, but from a base and abject fortune, got to be King of Siracusa.

    Machiavelli, Volume I Niccol Machiavelli
  • Indeed, signorina, I have heard that the climate of Siracusa is very delightful.

    Aunt Jane's Nieces Abroad Edith Van Dyne
  • I merely hinted that there was said to be a good deal of white dust in Siracusa, and that it was hot.

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British Dictionary definitions for Siracusa

Siracusa

/siraˈkuːza/
noun
1.
the Italian name for Syracuse
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