Francesca

[ fran-ches-kuh, frahn-; Italian frahn-che-skah ]
/ frænˈtʃɛs kə, frɑn-; Italian frɑnˈtʃɛ skɑ /

noun

Pie·ro del·la [pee-air-oh -del-uh; Italian pye-raw -del-lah], /piˈɛər oʊ ˈdɛl ə; Italian ˈpyɛ rɔ ˈdɛl lɑ/, Piero dei Franceschi, c1420–92, Italian painter.
Also Fran·cis·ca [fran-sis-kuh]. /frænˈsɪs kə/. a female given name, form of Frances.

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Francesca
/ (Italian franˈtʃeska) /

noun

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