[ pawr-ti-chee; Italian pawr-tee-chee ]
/ ˈpɔr tɪˌtʃi; Italian ˈpɔr ti tʃi /
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a city in S Italy, on the Bay of Naples.
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Words nearby Portici
porthole die, Port Hudson, Port Hueneme, Port Huron, Portia, Portici, portico, porticoed, portiere, Porţile de Fier, Portinari
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How to use Portici in a sentence
The royal villa of Portici lies about four “miglia” from Naples, and we made an excursion thither by railway.
Portici and Resina are so closely connected together by villas and houses, that a stranger would take them for one place.
When he left the crowd of boats, Raoul pulled toward the rocks which bound the shores of the bay, near the gardens of Portici.The Wing-and-Wing|J. Fenimore Cooper
It is equal to that which I have sold in Portici, and that is the very letter of your engagement.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete|Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
It stood “Sotto un auanzo dei Portici antichi seguentemente al Sepolcro.”Ex Voto|Samuel Bulter