noun, plural mar·che·si [mahr-key-zee Italian mahr-ke-zee] /mɑrˈkeɪ zi Italian mɑrˈkɛ zi/.
- marchiafava-bignami disease,
- marchiafava-micheli syndrome,
- marching girl,
- marching orders
Origin of marchese
noun, plural mar·che·se [mahr-key-zey; Italian mahr-ke-ze] /mɑrˈkeɪ zeɪ; Italian mɑrˈkɛ zɛ/.
Origin of marchesa
Examples from the Web for marchese
Now, do you think that the world would consider any such protection necessary in the case of the Marchese Lamberto?
The old gentleman thus alluded to, it may be necessary to explain, was the Marchese Lamberto.
We know the place and date of the great discoverer's birth, thanks to the researches of the Marchese Staglieno.
But the Marchese could not look at the matter in this light.
I have heard that it was intended by both your families that you and the Marchese Ludovico should be married.