It is a hunter who informs the father of the love of his daughter and the count in one of the romances, primavera, II, 362.
Has he not spoken of the festas and the jousts, and the rare encounters that in Naples greeted primavera?
It is primavera—the primavera of the Italy of Parma violets and lush red roses.
Another bird, the primavera, seems to be like our mockingbird, imitating the notes and cries of many other birds and animals.
He stopped, his hand on the trunk of a primavera tree and waited for the man to approach.
primavera concluded the tour of inspection, and by some primavera herself was thought to be not unlike Jenny.
"primavera, for instance," Wedderburn suggested, and Michael's heart beat in sympathy.
So when he was asked for a name for the new street he replied gallantly, 'primavera, of course, for Mi primavera.'
The primavera or “spring fabric” was so named from the flowers which adorned it.
She reminded him, even more than was usual, of the faces of some of the women created by the painter of the primavera.'