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Definition of Tramontane

Tramontane
Tramontane Tra*mon"tane, n. One living beyond the mountains; hence, a foreigner; a stranger.
Tramontane
Tramontane Tra*mon"tane, a. [OF. tramontain, It. tramontano, L. transmontanus; trans across, beyond + mons, montis, mountain.] Lying or being beyond the mountains; coming from the other side of the mountains; hence, foreign; barbarous. Note: The Italians sometimes use this epithet for ultramontane, and apply it to the countries north of the Alps, as France and Germany, and especially to their ecclesiastics, jurists, painters, etc.; and a north wind is called a tramontane wind. The French lawyers call certain Italian canonists tramontane, or ultramontane, doctors; considering them as favoring too much the court of Rome. See Ultramontane.

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- Tramontane (/trəˈmɒnteɪn/ trə-MON-tayn) is a cl****ical name for a northern wind. The exact form of the name and precise direction varies from country to...
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- the region. In the Languedoc area, where the tramontane is the strongest wind, the mistral and the tramontane blow together onto the Gulf of Lion and the...
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- east wind, which brings moisture from the eastern Mediterranean. the Tramontane, a strong, cold and dry north wind, similar to the Mistral, which blows...
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- In summer it is most persistent, but in winter it alternates with the Tramontane (north-east or north). The word libeccio is Italian, coming from Gr****...
- This is the area of the cold, blustery winds called the Mistral and the Tramontane. The current name of the gulf appeared at least during the 13th century...
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