noun, plural tra·mon·ta·nas, Italian tra·mon·ta·ne [trah-mawn-tah-ne] /ˌtrɑ mɔnˈtɑ nɛ/.
Origin of tramontana
Examples from the Web for tramontana
This is slenderer and smaller than the l-qrgha of those countries (Tramontana).
But we have had and are having some cold, some tramontana, and I have kept house ever since.The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume II|Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Humyn and those come with him from that side (Tramontana), who had never seen one before, were much entertained.
We should all be ghosts, of course, but the more easily could the sun warm us through in spite of the tramontana.Roman Holidays and Others|W. D. Howells
At Perugia, last spring, through weeks of tramontana, how one yearned for the sight of yellow English primroses!Post-Prandial Philosophy|Grant Allen