Corsican


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Cor·si·ca

 (kôr′sĭ-kə)
An island of France in the Mediterranean Sea north of Sardinia. Napoleon Bonaparte was born on the island, which was ceded to France by Genoa in 1768.

Cor′si·can adj. & n.

Corsican

(ˈkɔːsɪkən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Corsica or its inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Corsica
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.Corsican - of or relating to or characteristic of Corsica or its people
Translations

Corsican

[ˈkɔːsɪkən]
A. ADJcorso
B. Ncorso/a m/f

Corsican

[ˈkɔːrsɪkən]
adjcorse
nCorse mf

Corsican

adjkorsisch; Corsican holidayUrlaub mauf Korsika; she is Corsicansie ist Korsin
n
Korse m, → Korsin f
(Ling) → Korsisch nt

Corsican

[ˈkɔːsɪkən] adj & ncorso/a
References in classic literature ?
Often - sometimes in the Corsican range, sometimes in the French.
Come, come, do not strip the latter of his just rights to bestow them on the Corsican, who, to my mind, has usurped quite enough.
But this: that I, a confidential man and a Corsican, should have to ask your pardon for bringing on board your vessel, of which I was Padrone, a Cervoni, who has betrayed you - a traitor
She has it now as she has everything he ever had; and that Corsican palace is the portion that will stick the longest to Dona Rita, I imagine.
These words, said in the Corsican patois, stopped Lucien at the moment when he was springing under the portico.
To ask asylum and protection from you, if you are a true Corsican," replied Bartolomeo, roughly.
I have killed all the Portas," replied the Corsican, in a deep voice, frowning heavily.
The Corsican was swaying his head from right to left in deep disapproval.
To begin with, I'm not going to be exactly consumed with Corsican revenge because somebody has killed Hook.
If I send out word that it's off we shall have Malvoli storming in here at the head of a whole Corsican clan.
God grant that the Corsican monster who is destroying the peace of Europe may be overthrown by the angel whom it has pleased the Almighty, in His goodness, to give us as sovereign
Salmon performed the Battle of Borodino (a savage cantata against the Corsican upstart, who had lately met with his Russian reverses)--Mr.