[li-gyoo r-ee-uh n]
- an apparently Indo-European language used in ancient times along the NW coast of the Ligurian Sea.
- of or relating to Liguria or its inhabitants.
Origin of Ligurian
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Examples from the Web for ligurian
It was determined to order him to seize all French and Ligurian vessels in the Mole.The Admiral
The Ligurian question is still more complex than the Iberian.Man, Past and Present
Agustus Henry Keane
The title was re-established in 1802 for the Ligurian Republic, but was abolished in 1805.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
Nor does every inner village of Italy hold a bell-tune of its own; the custom is Ligurian.Essays
These are identified with the Ligurian race, and their most typical modern representatives are the Auvergnats and Savoyards.Human Origins
- of or relating to Liguria, a region of NW Italy, or its inhabitants
- a native or inhabitant of Liguria
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