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Medici

[ med-i-chee; Italian me-dee-chee ]
/ ˈmɛd ɪ tʃi; Italian ˈmɛ di tʃi /
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OTHER WORDS FROM Medici

Med·i·ce·an [med-i-see-uhn, ‐chee-uhn], /ˌmɛd ɪˈsi ən, ‐ˈtʃi ən/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for Medici

Medici
/ (ˈmɛdɪtʃɪ, məˈdiːtʃɪ, Italian ˈmɛːditʃi) /

noun
French name: Médicis (medisis)
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Cultural definitions for Medici

Medici
[ (med-uh-chee) ]

A family of skilled politicians and patrons of the arts who lived in Florence, Italy, during the Renaissance. (See Lorenzo de Medici.)

notes for Medici

The family produced two queens of France: Catherine, in the sixteenth century, and Marie, in the seventeenth.
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