American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to Sardinia or its people, language, or culture.
- n. A native or inhabitant of Sardinia.
- n. The Romance language of the Sardinians.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to Sardinia.
- n. A native or an inhabitant of the island of Sardinia, lying west of Italy; or the kingdom of Sardinia, constituted in 1720, and comprising as its principal parts Savoy, Piedmont, and the island of Sardinia: it was the nucleus of the modern kingdom of Italy.
- n. [lowercase] In mineralogy, the lead sulphate anglesite, which occurs abundantly in lead-mines in the island of Sardinia.
- n. Romance language spoken in the Italian region of Sardinia.
- adj. Of, or relating to Sardinia or its people or culture.
- n. A person from Sardinia.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to the island, kingdom, or people of Sardinia.
- n. the Italian dialect spoken in Sardinia; sometimes considered a separate language with many loan words from Spanish
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Sardinia or its people or its language
- n. a native or inhabitant of Sardinia
- Latin Sardinianus. (Wiktionary)
“Based on an autobiographical book by Gavino Ledda, Padre Padrone is filmed in Sardinian, a regional Italian dialect.”
“Canada -- Explosion on board the "Sardinian" -- Child life in the Galt”
“And the Phocaians also manned their vessels, sixty in number, and came to meet the enemy in that which is called the Sardinian sea: and when they encountered one another in the sea-fight the Phocaians won a kind of Cadmean victory, for forty of their ships were destroyed and the remaining twenty were disabled, having had their prows bent aside.”
“Cavour charged Austria with a breach of international law and recalled the Sardinian minister from Vienna.”
“Two cheeses, actually: a soft brie and a Casu Marzu - also known as Sardinian maggot cheese for the larvae whose nonstop noshing brings this formaggio to an advanced state of fermentation.”
“If catching one's food is appealing, operators such as Sardinian Fishing, based in Cannigione, just north of the Costa Smeralda, will take those interested in deep-sea fishing out to see what's biting throughout the autumn. (www. sardiniafishing.it)”
“Canada with Miss Macpherson, and the thought most on her mind in recollection of the scene on the "Sardinian" was "_given back_.”
“_ Shaking our captain's hand with a grateful heart for all his kindness to us and ours, in a few minutes steam was up, and the 'Sardinian' on her way to Montreal.”
“Association, going to Derry upon a pleasure trip, was upon the bridge of the 'Sardinian' when the accident occurred, and speaks in high terms of the discipline of officers and crew under the trying circumstances.”
“She would not suffer her bodily weakness to hinder her, and on May the 8th started on her twenty-first voyage in the "Sardinian," accompanied by her brother-in-law, Mr. Merry, with a party of fifty children, and two young men who had gone out with her in 1870, and had returned to see their friends, and were on their way back with her to the land of their adoption.”
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