noun, plural Ri·sor·gi·men·tos, Italian Ri·sor·gi·men·ti [ree-zawr-jee-men-tee] /riˌzɔr dʒiˈmɛn ti/ for 2.
Origin of Risorgimento
Examples from the Web for risorgimento
Whatever view you take of the merits of the Risorgimento - is there any other historical subject that so rewards curiosity?
It was not a "resurrection" but a "risorgimento" that she longed for.
Yes—one of those young, fierce soldiers of the Risorgimento.
Nor can the epic of the Risorgimento develop itself without new and memorable episodes being reserved for Ravenna.A Little Pilgrimage in Italy|Olave M. (Olave Muriel) Potter
Word Origin for Risorgimento
1889, "movement which led to the unification and independence of Italy," Italian, literally "uprising" (of Italy against Austria, c.1850-60), from risorgere, from Latin resurgere (see resurgent).