Definition of Corfiote. Meaning of Corfiote. Synonyms of Corfiote

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Definition of Corfiote

Corfiote
Corfiote Cor"fi*ote (k[^o]r"f?-?t), Corfute Cor"fute (k?r"f?t), n. A native or inhabitant of Corfu, an island in the Mediterranean Sea.

Meaning of Corfiote from wikipedia

- days. The 5,000 Venetians and foreign mercenaries, together with 3,000 Corfiotes, under the leadership of Count von der Schulenburg who commanded the defence...
- Corfiot Italians (or "Corfiote Italians") are a po****tion from the Gr**** island of Corfu (Kerkyra) with ethnic and linguistic ties to the Republic of...
- Spyridon's relics were removed again; this time, to the island of Corfu by a Corfiote monk called Kalohairetis (Καλοχαιρέτης), where they remain to this day...
- timber-roofed basilica in which the particular characteristic of the Corfiote churches of the period are preserved intact: that is, the exonarthex envelopes...
- most populous Ionian Island (then under Venetian rule) to a distinguished Corfiote family. Kapodistrias's father was the nobleman, artist and politician Antonios...
- Noblesse Ionienne (1925). Senior Corfiote branch, published in Livre d'Or de la Noblesse Ionienne (1925). Junior Corfiote branch, published in Livre d'Or...
- (Marie) Aspioti (29 September 1909 – 25 May 2000), was a distinguished Corfiote writer, playwright, poet, magazine publisher and cultural figure who influenced...
- that purpose. The museum also functions as a centre for Kapodistrian and Corfiote studies. In 1979 Maria Kapodistria bequeathed the estate under contract...
- Rena Vlahopoulou. Rena Vlahopoulou plays signora Antzolina, an old-time Corfiote aristocratic lady who has fallen on hard times and is working as a piano...
- the leadership of a Corfiote nobleman, they were ultimately repulsed. In 1406, the Venetian Senate received a petition by Corfiote representatives to Venice...
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