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Alilonghi
Alalonga Al`a*lon"ga, or Alilonghi Al`i*lon"ghi, n. (Zo["o]l.) The tunny. See Albicore.

Meaning of Longhi from wikipedia

- Longhi may refer to: Alessandro Longhi (1733–1813), painter Alessandro Longhi (footballer) (born 1989), Italian footballer who plays for Serie B team...
- De'Longhi S.p.A is an Italian small appliance manufacturer based in Treviso, Italy. The company was founded by the De' Longhi family in 1902 as a small...
- Roberto Longhi (December 28, 1890 in Alba – June 3, 1970 in Florence) was an Italian academic, art historian and curator. The main subjects of his studies...
- Alessandro Longhi (12 June 1733 – November 1813) was a Venetian portrait painter and printmaker in etching (mostly reproductions of paintings). He is known...
- Mario Longhi is a Brazilian American businessman who was the CEO of U.S. Steel, based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US. He was promoted to CEO in September...
- Pietro Longhi (1702 or November 5, 1701 – May 8, 1785) was a Venetian painter of contemporary genre scenes of life. Pietro Longhi was born in Venice in...
- Martino Longhi is the name of two related architects in Rome: Martino Longhi the Elder (1534-1591) Martino Longhi the Younger (1602-1660), son of Onorio...
- Longhi is an institute established by Italian scholar Roberto Longhi, located on Via Benedetto Fortini in Florence, Tuscany, Italy. In Roberto Longhi...
- Lavinia Longhi (born 18 March 1980) is an Italian actress. She was born in Mariano Comense, to an Italian father and a Montenegrin mother. She appeared...
- wearing this mask and tricorn hat. The Ridotto and The Apple Seller by Pietro Longhi are two examples of this from the 1750s. The Colombina (also known as Columbine...
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