- of or relating to Umbria, its inhabitants, or their language.
- a native or inhabitant of Umbria.
- the extinct Italic language of the ancient Umbrians.
Origin of Umbrian
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Examples from the Web for umbrian
During that time his father rented out one whole floor of the luxury Brufani Hotel overlooking the Umbrian countryside.Gaddafi's Italian Connection
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The picturesque Umbrian hill town of Perugia may have seemed an idyllic setting for cultural and linguistic enhancement.Introducing Angel Face
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They bear the general stamp of the Umbrian School, but in its highest beauty.Six Centuries of Painting
Amongst these none are more appealing than the Umbrian Hills.From sketch-book and diary
We have now to notice the points in which Umbrian has diverged from Oscan.
One word to close these notes about the painters of the Umbrian school.
He was poisoned, some say, this Florentine monk, because of his loves with an Umbrian lady.
- of or relating to Umbria, its inhabitants, their dialect of Italian, or the ancient language once spoken there
- of or relating to a Renaissance school of painting that included Raphael
- a native or inhabitant of Umbria
- an extinct language of ancient S Italy, belonging to the Italic branch of the Indo-European familySee also Osco-Umbrian
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