Definition of Genoese. Meaning of Genoese. Synonyms of Genoese

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Definition of Genoese

Genoese
Genoese Gen`o*ese", a. Of or pertaining to Genoa, a city of Italy. -- n. sing. & pl. A native or inhabitant of Genoa; collectively, the people of Genoa.

Meaning of Genoese from wikipedia

- Genoese may refer to: a person from Genoa Genoese dialect, a dialect of the Ligurian language Republic of Genoa (c. 1100–1805), a former state in Liguria...
- of the major financial centers in Europe. Throughout its history, the Genoese Republic established numerous colonies throughout the Mediterranean and...
- the Genoese Fleet in the Crusades (particularly the conquests of Antioch and Acre) enriched it enormously. During the First Crusade, the Genoese Republic...
- The Genoese crossbowmen (Italian: Balestrieri genovesi) was a famous military corps of the Middle Ages, which acted both in defence of the Republic of...
- Genoa joined the crusade. The Genoese troops, led by noblemen de Insula and Avvocato, set sail in July 1097. The Genoese fleet transported and provided...
- The Genoese Navy (Italian: Marineria Genovese), also known as the Genoese Fleet, was the naval contingent of the Republic of Genoa's military. From the...
- Ligurian or Genoese (locally called zeneise or zeneize) is a Gallo-Italic language spoken primarily in the territories of the former Republic of Genoa...
- governments. Several personal dominions arose. Pera in Constantinople, first Genoese and later (under the Ottomans) Venetian, was the largest and best known...
- Genoese, locally called zeneise or zeneize [zeˈnejze], is the main Ligurian dialect, spoken in and around the Italian city of Genoa, the capital of Liguria...
- The Venetian–Genoese Wars were a series of struggles between the Republic of Genoa and the Republic of Venice, at times allied with other powers, for...