[adjective ih-tal-yuh-neyt, -nit; verb ih-tal-yuh-neyt] /adjective ɪˈtæl yəˌneɪt, -nɪt; verb ɪˈtæl yəˌneɪt/
Italianized; conforming to the Italian type or style or to Italian customs, manners, etc.
Art. in the style of Renaissance or Baroque Italy.
Architecture. noting or pertaining to a mid-Victorian American style remotely based on Romanesque vernacular residential and castle architecture of the Italian countryside, but sometimes containing Renaissance and Baroque elements.
verb (used with object), Italianated, Italianating.
Italian in style or character
1570s, from Italian Italianato “rendered Italian,” from Italiano (see Italian).
- Italian band
the name of the Roman cohort to which Cornelius belonged (Acts 10:1), so called probably because it consisted of men recruited in Italy.
noun 1. a crusty, yeast-raised bread made without shortening and unsweetened, usually baked in long, thick loaves with tapered ends.
noun 1. .
noun 1. a southern European plant, Valerianella eriocarpa, of the valerian family, having edible, spoon-shaped, hairy leaves and dense clusters of pale-blue flowers.