Origin of garibaldi
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OTHER WORDS FROM GaribaldiGar·i·bal·di·an, adjective, noun
How to use garibaldi in a sentence
Cianci told his driver to stop the car at Garibaldi Park in the Federal Hill section of town.
Tancredi joins Garibaldi and marries the rich bourgeois beauty Angelica.
She involuntarily thought of the great Napoleon and his toy kingdom of Elba, of Garibaldi and his handful of patriots.When Valmond Came to Pontiac, Complete|Gilbert Parker
The first notice we have in the page of history of the name "Garibaldi" occurs in the annals of the eighth century.
According to one of the historians of that time, among the chiefs of Alaric's horde a Garibaldi commanded a "squadra."
Three generations ago one of the cadets settled in Nice, and his lineal descendant is the present General Garibaldi.
This permission was granted, and on the evening of the 4th of May, Garibaldi left the city with his legion, now 2500 strong.