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corvo

[ kawr-voh ]

noun

  1. a dry red or white wine of Sicily.


Corvo

/ ˈkɔːvəʊ /

noun

  1. See Rolfe
    Baron. See (Frederick William) Rolfe


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Example Sentences

The local press has nicknamed the VatiLeaks source "corvo," or "raven."

Superfuit corvo memoria, ut et illa, quibus dominum querentem solebat audire, subtexeret: Opera et impensa periit.

I passed by Corvo, that famous rock, the ruins of the city of Luna, and landed at Murrona.

Note that all our men that are sick have taken their sickness since we fell with Flores and Corvo.

Prius lupo parabatur caro, quam nuptiali convivio; Et corvo prius commodum fuit, quam Libitinæ.

We had Flores and Corvo both in sight when we were cutting them.

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