Italian Ne·gro·pon·te [ne-graw-pawn-te] /ˌnɛ grɔˈpɔn tɛ/.
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Negropont, the modern name of Eubœa, is a notable instance of this.
A journey of three days brings you to Negropont, a large city on the coast, to which merchants resort from all parts.Early Travels in Palestine
Arculf et al.
On her way, she was fortunate enough to capture four vessels laden with stores and provisions for the Turks of Negropont.
If Athens is relieved, these worthies might be turned into Negropont with much effect.The Life of Thomas, Lord Cochrane, Tenth Earl of Dundonald, Vol. II
Thomas Lord Cochrane
Eubœa, formerly called Negropont, a Greek island, the second largest island of the gean Sea.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
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