Turin

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Ultimately from the name of the Taurini tribe. The name is probably from Proto-Celtic *tur (water) or *tauro (mountain). Connections to Latin taurus (bull) are folk etymology.

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Turin

  1. Province of Piedmont, Italy.
  2. Capital city of the province of Turin.

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Turin

  1. Turin (province)
  2. Turin (city)

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Turin

  1. Turin

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