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From Old French tramontane, from Italian tramontana.
tramontane (comparative more tramontane, superlative most tramontane)
- Residing in or coming from the far side of a mountain range, especially from north of the Alps.
- (broadly) Foreign.
- A classical name for the north wind. (Can we add an example for this sense?)
tramontane (plural tramontanes)
- One living beyond the mountains; a foreigner; a stranger.
- Alternative form of tramontana
alternative form — see tramontana
- tramontane on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
tramontane f pl
- plural of tramontana
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