Naples

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PanoramaDiNapoli.jpg

Etymology[edit]

From Latin Neāpolis, from Ancient Greek Νεᾱ́πολῐς (Neā́polis), from νέᾱ (néā, new) + πόλῐς (pólis, city), through French Naples.
Compare Newton.

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Naples

  1. A province and city in Campania, Italy.
    Synonyms: Napoli (rare)
  2. A city in Florida.
  3. An unincorporated community in Idaho.
  4. A town in Illinois.
  5. A town in Maine.
  6. A town and village in New York.
  7. A town in South Dakota.
  8. A city in Texas.
  9. A city in Utah.
  10. A town in Wisconsin.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle French Napples, from Latin Neāpolis, from Ancient Greek Νεᾱ́πολῐς (Neā́polis), from νέᾱ (néā, new) + πόλῐς (pólis, city).

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Naples m

  1. Naples (a province and city in Campania, Italy)

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