Rienzi

[ ree-en-zee; Italian ryen-dzee ]
/ riˈɛn zi; Italian ˈryɛn dzi /

noun

Co·la di [kaw-lah dee], /ˈkɔ lɑ di/, Nicholas Gabrini, 1313?–54, Roman orator and tribune.

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Rienzi

Rienzo (rɪˈɛnzəʊ, Italian ˈrjɛntso)

/ (rɪˈɛnzɪ, Italian ˈrjɛntsi) /

noun

Cola di (ˈkɔːla di). 1313–54, Italian radical political reformer in Rome
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