What does Mistral mean?
a strong cold dry northerly wind
Definition of mistral : a strong cold dry northerly wind of southern France.
What does Potenza mean in Italy?
[poˈtɛntsa ] feminine noun. 1. (potere, influenza) power ⧫ influence. (forza, fisica, psicologica) strength.
What does Vara mean in Italian?
a unit of length, a yard.
Where does the mistral originate?
The mistral wind blows offshore along the Mediterranean coast from northwestern Italy across the French coast to northeastern Spain, and is particularly strong and frequent in the lower Rhône Valley in south-eastern France.
Is Potenza a Neapolitan?
Its territory is bounded by the comuni of Anzi, Avigliano, Brindisi Montagna, Picerno, Pietragalla, Pignola, Ruoti, Tito and Vaglio Basilicata….Potenza.
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Is Potenza Italy in Sicily?
Potenza, Latin Potentia, city, capital of Basilicata region, southern Italy, 2,684 ft (819 m) above sea level in the Apennines near the upper Basento River, east of Salerno.
What are synonyms for perfect?
Synonyms & Antonyms of perfect
What nationality is the name Vara?
Galician Asturian-Leonese and Spanish: habitational name from Vara (Galicia) Vara del Rey (Cuenca) or La Vara (Asturias).
Why is it called the mistral?
The name mistral comes from the Languedoc dialect of the Occitan and means “masterly”. The same wind is called mistrau in the Provençal variant of Occitan, mestral in Catalan, maestrale in Italian and Corsican, maistràle or bentu maestru in Sardinian, and majjistral in Maltese.
What does bistecca mean?
noun. steak [noun] a slice of meat (usually beef) or fish (often cod) for eg frying or stewing.
Who invented vitello tonnato?
The dish is believed to have been invented in the 1700s, but it wasn’t until the mid-1800s when the recipe was first published in La Cucina degli Stomachi Deboli, a cookbook written by a renowned Italian physician and medical researcher Angelo Dubini.