Veronese

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[ ver-uh-neez, -nees ]
/ ˌvɛr əˈniz, -ˈnis /

adjective

of or relating to the city or town of Verona.

noun, plural Ver·o·nese.

a native or inhabitant of Verona.

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Origin of Veronese

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First recorded in 1750–60; Veron(a) + -ese

Definition for Veronese (2 of 2)

Veronese2
[ ver-uh-ney-zee; Italian ve-raw-ne-ze ]
/ ˌvɛr əˈneɪ zi; Italian ˌvɛ rɔˈnɛ zɛ /

noun

Pa·o·lo [pah-aw-law], /ˈpɑ ɔ lɔ/, Paolo Cagliari, 1528–88, Venetian painter.
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British Dictionary definitions for Veronese

Veronese
/ (Italian veroˈneːse) /

noun

Paolo (ˈpaːolo), original name Paolo Cagliari or Caliari. 1528–88, Italian painter of the Venetian school. His works include The Marriage at Cana (1563) and The Feast of the Levi (1573)
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