[pyah-naw naw-bee-le] /ˈpyɑ nɔ ˈnɔ bi lɛ/

noun, plural piani nobili
[pyah-nee naw-bee-lee] /ˈpyɑ ni ˈnɔ bi li/ (Show IPA). Italian.
the principal story of a large building, as of a palace or villa.
/ˈpjɑːnəʊ ˈnəʊbɪlɪ/
(architect) the main floor of a large house, containing the reception rooms: usually of lofty proportions


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