noun, plural an·co·ne [ahn-kaw-ne] /ɑnˈkɔ nɛ/, English an·co·nas. Italian.
Origin of ancona
Examples from the Web for ancona
Contemporary Examples of ancona
The fliers, Ancona explained, are meant to educate people on what rights they legally have to use lethal force in self-defense.The Klan’s Call to Violence in Ferguson Blows the Lid Off Its Hypocritical Rebrand
November 14, 2014
Historical Examples of ancona
I arrived in Ancona on the 25th of February, 1744, and put up at the best inn.
Fiume is just opposite Ancona on the other side of the gulf.
The Campagna would have been what the marches of Ancona now are.
I had got my maid to come to me from Ancona with some dresses.Captain Mansana and Mother's Hands
Ancona Tonio interrupts the overture in order to sing a prologue.