Definition of Segni
1. segno [n] - See also: segno
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Segni
Literary usage of Segni
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Criticism and Literary Taste in Europe from the Earliest Texts by George Saintsbury (1902)
"Both, with segni, discuss the Unity of Time and differ about it ; though none of the three has yet discovered (as indeed it is not discoverable in Aristotle ..."
2. Studies of Travel: Greece by Edward Augustus Freeman (1893)
"""THE visitor to segni will find diffi- 1 culties in studying the history on ... It is possible that there may be books at segni; there may lurk in some odd ..."
3. Days Near Rome by Augustus John Cuthbert Hare, Welbore St. Clair Baddeley (1907)
"... or they may reach it from segni (qv). An excellent road ascends from the station to Cori, which soon becomes visible, though its temples cannot be seen ..."
4. A History of Political Economy by Gustav Cohn, Joseph Adna Hill, Edmund Janes James (1830)
"segni spregevoli voluti sull'abito degli stessi (?.)} 3.° Domicilio esclusivo in un angolo delle città, e chiuso di notte (3); 4-° Imposta particolare (^) ..."
5. Days near Rome by Augustus John C. Hare (1884)
"THE VOLSCIAN HILLS—CORT, NORBA, NINFA, AND segni. FOR the excursion to Norba it is quite necessary to make an early start, and can anything be more charming ..."
6. Handbuch Der Alten Geographie by Albert Forbiger (1848)
"... nach Berthollet aa 0. bei Famenne in der Gegend von Marche) und segni (Caes. BG 6, 32., nach Berthollet aa 0. bei Salin, ..."