Tyrrhenian Sea


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Tyr·rhe·ni·an Sea

 (tə-rē′nē-ən)
An arm of the Mediterranean Sea between the Italian peninsula and the islands of Corsica, Sardinia, and Sicily. The Strait of Messina connects it with the Ionian Sea.

Tyrrhenian Sea

(tɪˈriːnɪən)
n
(Placename) an arm of the Mediterranean between Italy and the islands of Corsica, Sardinia, and Sicily

Tyr•rhe′ni•an Sea′

(tɪˈri ni ən)
n.
a part of the Mediterranean, bounded by W Italy, Corsica, Sardinia, and Sicily.
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Noun1.Tyrrhenian Sea - an arm of the Mediterranean between Italy and the islands of Corsica and Sardinia and SicilyTyrrhenian Sea - an arm of the Mediterranean between Italy and the islands of Corsica and Sardinia and Sicily
Mediterranean, Mediterranean Sea - the largest inland sea; between Europe and Africa and Asia
Translations
Tyrrhenisches Meer

Tyrrhenian Sea

[tɪˌriːniənˈsiː] n
the Tyrrhenian Sea → la mer Tyrrhénienne

Tyrrhenian Sea

nTyrrhenisches Meer

Tyrrhenian Sea

[tɪˌriːnɪənˈsiː] n the Tyrrhenian Seail mar Tirreno
References in classic literature ?
The Opici inhabit that part which lies towards the Tyrrhenian Sea, who both now are and formerly were called Ausonians.
It covers the western Mediterranean Sea waters, which extend along the Northern Alboran Sea, the Gulf of Lion and the Tyrrhenian Sea, covering the Balearic archipelago and the islands of Corsica and Sardinia and concerns mainly France, Italy and Spain.
noae 1985 Tyrrhenian Sea (Sicily) Patch-distributed mortality of bivalves and sea urchins 1987 Messina Strait and close Mass mortality of A.
The flooding also interrupted train service in parts of the Tuscan coast along the Tyrrhenian Sea.
A report from the Philippine Embassy in Rome stated that the quake in the island of Ischia, a popular tourist destination off the Tyrrhenian Sea, left at least two dead and dozens other injured, the DFA said in statement on Tuesday night.
What is an appreciation audience dining to It did indeed possess a south-of-theborder kick in both taste and heat, proof positive that Orlando's culinary reach extends beyond the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Definitely Punta Ala, a town set on the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Buckley, and Truman Capote, previously owned La Rondinaia, a gravity-defying villa thrillingly cleaved to a craggy cliff about 1,000 feet above the Tyrrhenian Sea outside of Ravenna, Italy, on the Amalfi coast.
The trees, now in their 80s are flourishing and the grove has views of the Tyrrhenian Sea to the north and the Zingaro Natural reserve to the west.
The synoptic environment was characterized by a deep upper-level trough over the Tyrrhenian Sea, associated with a mean sea level pressure minimum over Corsica.
Cetacean strandings in Italy: an unusual mortality event along the Tyrrhenian Sea coast in 2013.