a member of the royal house of Italy that ruled from 1861 to 1946.
French Savoie. a region in SE France, adjacent to the Swiss-Italian border: formerly a duchy; later a part of the kingdom of Sardinia; ceded to France, 1860.
a cultivated variety of cabbage, Brassica oleracea capitata, having a compact head and wrinkled leaves
an area of SE France, bordering on Italy, mainly in the Savoy Alps: a duchy in the late Middle Ages and part of the Kingdom of Sardinia from 1720 to 1860, when it became part of France French name Savoie
a noble family of Italy that ruled over the duchy of Savoy and became the royal house of Italy (1861–1946): the oldest reigning dynasty in Europe before the dissolution of the Italian monarchy
plural noun 1. a mountain range in SE France: a part of the Alps. Highest peak, Mont Blanc, 15,781 feet (4810 meters). plural noun 1. a range of the Alps in SE France. Highest peak: Mont Blanc, 4807 m (15 772 ft)
noun, plural Savoyards [suh-voi-erdz, sav-oi-ahrdz; French sa-vwa-yar] /səˈvɔɪ ərdz, ˌsæv ɔɪˈɑrdz; French sa vwaˈyar/ (Show IPA) 1. a native or inhabitant of Savoy. 2. a person enthusiastic about or connected with Gilbert and Sullivan operas: so called from the Savoy Theater in London, where the operas were first presented. adjective 3. of or relating to […]
noun 1. a variety of cabbage having a compact head of crinkled, blistered leaves.
adjective, savvier, savviest. 1. experienced, knowledgable, and well-informed; shrewd (often used in combination): consumers who are savvy about prices; a tech-savvy entrepreneur. noun 2. Also, savviness. practical understanding; shrewdness or intelligence; common sense: a candidate who seemed to have no political savvy. verb (used with or without object), savvied, savvying. 3. to know; understand. verb […]