- Ma·rí·no [Italian mah-ree-naw] /Italian mɑˈri nɔ/, 1278?–1355, Venetian army commander: doge of Venice 1354–55.
Also Fa·lie·ro [Italian fah-lye-raw] /Italian fɑˈlyɛ rɔ/.
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Examples from the Web for falieri
On the second, Parozzi sat in his own apartment, with Memmo and Falieri.The Bravo of Venice
I would like to tell you about the Dandolos and Foscari, and all the others, including the Falieri.Irma in Italy
Helen Leah Reed
Death stills disappointment as well as rage, and Falieri is said to have acknowledged the justice of his sentence.
That Falieri desired to establish—as so many had done in other cities—an independent despotism in Venice, seems entirely unproved.
A superb banquet was preparing in the palace of the Falieri family at Venice.Genius in Sunshine and Shadow
Maturin Murray Ballou