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Veneti

[ ven-i-tahy ]
/ ˈvɛn ɪˌtaɪ /
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plural noun
an ancient people of NE Italy absorbed by Rome after the Second Punic War.
an ancient Celtic people of Brittany, conquered by Julius Caesar, 56 b.c.
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Also Ven·e·tes [ven-i-teez]. /ˈvɛn ɪˌtiz/.

Origin of Veneti

From Latin
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British Dictionary definitions for Veneti

Veneti
/ (vɛˈnɛtɪ, -taɪ) /

noun the Veneti
(functioning as plural) an ancient people who established themselves at the head of the Adriatic around 950 bc, later becoming Roman subjects
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