Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Belonging to or characteristic of ancient or modern Calabria.
  • n. A native or an inhabitant of Calabria.

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Examples

  • Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The calabrian chilli and fennel sausage, pictured here, is oven-roasted and served over white polenta with arugula, shaved pear and mustard seed and oil.

    Lunch at the Tavern

  • One can find remains of Norman castle cathedrals, palaces, museum, tasty calabrian food to explore the ancient Magna Grecian colony.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • This word _egar_ is as much to say as to wander or stray out of the way, which in our English is not receiued, nor these wordes _calabrois, thebanois_, but rather _calabrian, theba_ [_filanding sisters_] for the spinning sisters: this man deserues to be endited of pety _larceny_ for pilfring other mens deuices from them & conuerting them to his owne vfe for in deede as I would with euery inuentour which is the very Poet to receaue the prayses of his inuention, so would I not haue a translatour be ashamed to be acknowen of this translation.

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • This word egar is as much to say as to wander or stray out of the way, which in our English is not receiued, not these wordes calabrois, thebanois, but rather calabrian, theban [filanding sisters] for the spinning sisters: this man deserues to be endited of pety larceny for pilfring other mens deuises from them & conuerting them to his owne vse, for in deede as I would wish euery inuentour which is the very Poet to receaue the prayses of his inuention, so would I not haue a translatour be ashamed to be acknowen of his translation.

    The Arte of English Poesie

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