Tuscany

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Late 14c., from Italian Toscano, from Late Latin Tuscanus (belonging to the Tusci), a people of ancient Italy, from Tuscus, earlier *Truscus, shortened form of Etruscus (Etruscan).

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Tuscany

  1. A region in Italy located north of Latium, and south of Emilia-Romagna.

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