friulano

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Italian friulano (Friulian). In Italian the cheese is called montasio.

Noun[edit]

friulano

  1. (Canada) A cow's-milk cheese with firm pale-yellow flesh, and a mild flavour, originating in Friuli, Italy.

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Galician[edit]

Adjective[edit]

friulano m (feminine friulana, masculine plural friulanos, feminine plural friulanas)

  1. Friulian

Noun[edit]

friulano m (plural friulanos)

  1. Friulian person

Proper noun[edit]

friulano m

  1. Friulian language

Italian[edit]

Adjective[edit]

friulano m (feminine friulana, masculine plural friulani, feminine plural friulane)

  1. Friulian, of or pertaining to Friuli.

Noun[edit]

friulano m (plural friulani) (Feminine: friulana)

  1. A Friulian, a native or inhabitant of Friuli.

Proper noun[edit]

friulano

  1. Friulian, the language of Friuli.

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Etymology[edit]

From Italian friulano (Friulian).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

friulano m (plural friulanos, feminine friulana, feminine plural friulanas)

  1. Friulian (inhabitant or native of Friulia)
  2. Friulian (language spoken in Friulia)

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Adjective[edit]

friulano m (feminine friulana plural friulanos feminine plural friulanas; uncomparable)

  1. Friulian

Spanish[edit]

Adjective[edit]

friulano m (feminine friulana, masculine plural friulanos, feminine plural friulanas)

  1. Friulian

Noun[edit]

friulano m (plural friulanos, feminine friulana)

  1. Friulian person

Proper noun[edit]

friulano m

  1. Friulian language