Related formsPa·ler·mi·tan [puh-lur-mi-tn, -lair-] /pəˈlɜr mɪ tn, -ˈlɛər-/, adjective, noun
Definition for palermo (2 of 2)
Related formsSi·cil·ian [si-sil-yuh n, -sil-ee-uh n] /sɪˈsɪl yən, -ˈsɪl i ən/, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for palermo
Espresso breaks are common in Palermo, especially at the elegant, old world Antico Caffe Spinnato.
The Verne Club is a hip, steampunky cocktail club in Palermo Soho inspired by, you guessed it, Jules Verne.
We're standing in a dark, closet-sized antechamber just off a quiet street in Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires.
I meet Allie Lazar in Palermo Viejo on the last night of my search.
Excerpted from Italian Ways: On and Off the Rails from Milan to Palermo by Tim Parks.‘Stupid Enough to Pay’: Tim Parks’s Italian Rail Adventures|Tim Parks|June 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The young idlers of rich Palermo intrigued to be introduced to her and threw enormous nosegays to her at the end of every act.Corleone|F. Marion Crawford
The next point of interest will be Palermo, the most beautiful city of Sicily, which will be reached in one night from Naples.The Innocents Abroad|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Palermo is taken by the Normans, who reduce the whole of Sicily.
But the racecourse is open to the same objection as Palermo.South America To-day|Georges Clemenceau
With Lilybæum, Palermo, and Messina in its hands, the latter was well based in the north coast of the island.