Complete Definition of "Mantua"

English

Etymology
L. Mantua#Latin|Mantua, from Etruscan *ðððððð (manθva) â compare ðððððððð (manθvate), Mantuan, after Mantus, a Latin name for the god of the underworld.

Proper noun
Mantua

  1. Province of Lombardy, Italy.
  2. City and capital of Mantua.

#:âHe and I / Will watch thy waking, and that very night / Shall Romeo bear thee hence to Mantua. — w:Romeo and Juliet|Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare

Translations
trans-top|province
French: Mantoue
Italian: Mantova
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trans-top|city
French: Mantoue
Greek: ÎάνÏοÏα [ËmantuËa] or [Ëma(n)duËa] f, ÎάνÏοβα [ËmantoÌËva] or [Ëma(n)doÌËva] f
Italian: Mantova f
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Latin: Mantua#Latin|Mantua
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Latin

Proper noun
Mantua

  1. Mantua#English|Mantua (city)

es:Mantua
it:Mantua

Revision and Credits for"Mantua"
  • 2007-06-06 19:45 - AutoFormat - -{{top}} +{{trans-top|province}}, -{{top}} +{{trans-top|city}}, gender -[[Μάντουα]] [ˈmantuˌa] or [ˈma(n)duˌa] ''f'', [[Μάντοβα]] [ˈmanto̞ˌva] or [ˈma(n)do̞ˌva] ''f'' +[[Μάντουα]] [ˈmantuˌa] or [ˈma(n)duˌa] {{f}}, [

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