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Mount, an active volcano in E Sicily. 10,758 feet (3,280 meters).
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How to use Etna in a sentence
An eruption of mount Etna, which destroyed eight villages, and buried many of the inhabitants under the ruins of their houses.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
We believe these quotations are sufficient to show what the Etna Chemical Company has always said it to be.
He was in Catania, so he spent the day on the slopes of Etna.
Was the phenomenon of telluric origin—Etna or an earthquake?
Vulcan prefers his home in Mount Etna, and is generally busy at work there.'Round the Year in Myth and Song|Florence Holbrook
British Dictionary definitions for Etna
/ (ˈɛtnə) /
Mount Etna an active volcano in E Sicily: the highest volcano in Europe and the highest peak in Italy south of the Alps. Height: 3323 m (10 902 ft)
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