[fran-ches-kuh, frahn-; Italian frahn-che-skah] /frænˈtʃɛs kə, frɑn-; Italian frɑnˈtʃɛ skɑ/
[pee-air-oh del-uh;; Italian pye-raw del-lah] /piˈɛər oʊ ˈdɛl ə;; Italian ˈpyɛ rɔ ˈdɛl lɑ/ (Show IPA), (Piero dei Franceschi) c1420–92, Italian painter.
[fran-sis-kuh] /frænˈsɪs kə/ (Show IPA). a female given name, form of .
See Piero della Francesca
- Francesca da Rimini
[fran-ches-kuh duh rim-uh-nee, frahn-; Italian frahn-che-skah dah ree-mee-nee] /frænˈtʃɛs kə də ˈrɪm ə ni, frɑn-; Italian frɑnˈtʃɛ skɑ dɑ ˈri mi ni/ noun 1. died 1285? Italian noblewoman: immortalized by Dante in the Divine Comedy. [rim-uh-nee; Italian ree-mee-nee] /ˈrɪm ə ni; Italian ˈri mi ni/ noun 1. Francesca da, . 2. Ancient Ariminum. a seaport […]
[frahn-chi-skah-tee] /ˌfrɑn tʃɪˈskɑ ti/ noun 1. Zino [zee-noh] /ˈzi noʊ/ (Show IPA), 1905–1991, French violinist.
- Francesco sforza
[sfawrt-suh; Italian sfawr-tsah] /ˈsfɔrt sə; Italian ˈsfɔr tsɑ/ noun 1. Count Carlo [kahr-law] /ˈkɑr lɔ/ (Show IPA), 1873–1952, Italian statesman: anti-Fascist leader. 2. Francesco [frahn-ches-kaw] /frɑnˈtʃɛs kɔ/ (Show IPA), 1401–66, Italian condottiere and duke of Milan 1450–66. 3. his father, Giacomuzzo [jah-kaw-moo-tsaw] /ˌdʒɑ kɔˈmu tsɔ/ (Show IPA), or Muzio [moo-tsyaw] /ˈmu tsyɔ/ (Show IPA), 1369–1424, […]
[frahnsh-kawn-tey] /frɑ̃ʃ kɔ̃ˈteɪ/ noun 1. a former province in E France: once a part of Burgundy. /French frɑ̃ʃkɔ̃te/ noun 1. a region of E France, covering the Jura and the low country east of the Saône: part of the Kingdom of Burgundy (6th century ad–1137); autonomous as the Free County of Burgundy (1137–1384); under Burgundian […]