Marsala

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Etymology[edit]

From Italian Marsala, from an Arabic name, probably مَرْسَى عَلِيّ(marsā ʿaliyy, Ali's harbor), or possibly مَرْسَى اللّٰه(marsā llāh, God's harbor). In any case, the first element is مَرْسَى(marsā, harbor).

Proper noun[edit]

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Marsala

  1. A town in western Sicily.

Noun[edit]

Marsala (countable and uncountable, plural Marsalas)

  1. A fortified wine from Sicily.
  2. A sauce made from Marsala wine.

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From an Arabic name, probably مَرْسَى عَلِيّ(marsā ʿaliyy, Ali's harbor), or possibly مَرْسَى اللّٰه(marsā llāh, God's harbor). In any case, the first element is مَرْسَى(marsā, harbor).

Proper noun[edit]

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Marsala ?

  1. Marsala (town)