[ ve-ne-tsyah joo-lyah ]
/ vɛˈnɛ tsyɑ ˈdʒu lyɑ /
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a former region of NE Italy, at the N end of the Adriatic: now mainly in Croatia and Slovenia. The larger part, including the area surrounding the Free Territory of Trieste, was ceded to Yugoslavia 1947; the part remaining in Italy merged with Udine to form Friuli-Venezia Giulia.
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Words nearby Venezia Giulia
Venetian window, Venetic, Veneto, Venez., Venezia, Venezia Giulia, Venezia Tridentina, Venezuela, Venezuelan, venge, vengeance
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How to use Venezia Giulia in a sentence
Three hours after his new daughter, Giulia, was born, Sarkozy returned to the maternity clinic.Sarkozy Missed Daughter's Birth—What People Think|Jessica Bennett|October 22, 2011|DAILY BEAST
You bathed your spirit in sunshine and colour; I can hear you murmur now, 'O Venezia benedetta!Penelope's Experiences in Scotland|Kate Douglas Wiggin
You are, I fancy, in a position to give us some details on the subject of Donna Giulia.'The Child of Pleasure|Gabriele D'Annunzio
He turned as he passed the group, and recognised Francesco, who was a little in advance of Giulia and her burden.
In another five minutes the doctor and Giulia, carrying her burden, arrived at the gate of the Villa Firenze.
And such a history was poured forth by Giulia, and then followed such gestures, and such exclamations!
British Dictionary definitions for Venezia Giulia
/ (Italian ˈdʒuːlja) /
a former region of NE Italy at the N end of the Adriatic: divided between Yugoslavia and Italy after World War II; now divided between Italy and Slovenia
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