Examples from the Web for paduan
Blondel's hands flew out and clawed the air as if he had the Paduan before him, and would tear it from him.The Long Night|Stanley Weyman
The Paduan observed that the water is too cold in April and that we had better wait until the end of June.The Patriot|Antonio Fogazzaro
To make up for the magnificence of these scenes the Paduan student underwent great hardships.William Harvey|D'Arcy Powers
The latter being an enthusiastic follower of Squarcione, Alvise was at first trained in Paduan principles.The Venetian School of Painting|Evelyn March Phillipps
Let those battle-fields among the olive-farms on the hills outside the gates tell the story of the Paduan students.
British Dictionary definitions for paduan
Word Origin and History for paduan
Italian city, Italian Padova, from Latin Patavium, probably from Gaulish *padi "pine," in reference to the pine forests thereabouts. Related: Paduan.