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Sar·din·i·an

 (sär-dĭn′ē-ən, -yən)
adj.
Of or relating to Sardinia or its people, language, or culture.
n.
1. A native or inhabitant of Sardinia.
2. The Romance language of the Sardinians.

Sardinian

(sɑːˈdɪnɪən)
adj
of or relating to Sardinia, its inhabitants, or their language
n
1. (Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Sardinia
2. (Languages) the spoken language of Sardinia, sometimes regarded as a dialect of Italian but containing many loan words from Spanish

Sar•din•i•an

(sɑrˈdɪn i ən, -ˈdɪn yən)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to Sardinia, its inhabitants, or their language.
n.
2. a native or inhabitant of Sardinia.
3. a Romance language spoken on Sardinia.
[1590–1600]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Sardinian - a native or inhabitant of SardiniaSardinian - a native or inhabitant of Sardinia  
Italian - a native or inhabitant of Italy
2.Sardinian - the Italian dialect spoken in Sardinia; sometimes considered a separate language with many loan words from Spanish
Italian - the Romance language spoken in Italy
Adj.1.Sardinian - of or relating to or characteristic of Sardinia or its people or its language
Translations
sardisk

Sardinian

[sɑːˈdɪnɪən]
A. ADJsardo
B. Nsardo/a m/f

Sardinian

[sɑːrˈdɪniən]
adjsarde
n
(= person) → Sarde mf
(= language) → sarde m

Sardinian

nSarde m, → Sardin f, → Sardinier(in) m(f)

Sardinian

[sɑːˈdɪnɪən] adj & n (person) → sardo/a
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This book," said the barber, opening another, "is the ten books of the 'Fortune of Love,' written by Antonio de Lofraso, a Sardinian poet.
Fortunately, as we have said, Edmond was only wounded, and with certain herbs gathered at certain seasons, and sold to the smugglers by the old Sardinian women, the wound soon closed.
And she has been fooled in the first place because her provinces have been pillaged- they say the Holy Russian army loots terribly- her army is destroyed, her capital taken, and all this for the beaux yeux* of His Sardinian Majesty.
As he spoke he picked up a heifer's foot from the meat-basket in which it lay, and threw it at Ulysses, but Ulysses turned his head a little aside, and avoided it, smiling grimly Sardinian fashion {159} as he did so, and it hit the wall, not him.
She made a fresh series of mots, characterized with great felicity the Italian intellect and the taste of the figs at Sorrento, predicted the ultimate future of the Italian kingdom (disgust with the brutal Sardinian rule and complete reversion, throughout the peninsula, to the sacred sway of the Holy Father), and, finally, gave a history of the love affairs of the Princess X .
He urged the young Sardinians present to instead work for peace - a message he has repeated in recent weeks amid escalating tensions in Syria.
It will create opportunities not only for Sardinians, but will attract students from around the world.
The secret to Sardinians' long life is the subject of study of a project called AKeA -- an acronym for "A kent' annos," a traditional toast in the Sardinian culture that means "may you live to be 100 years.
Scientists have to tried to work out what makes Sardinians live so long - 371 are over 100, or 22 for every 100,000 - and credit genetic heritage, frugal Mediterranean diet and a hardy lifestyle.
Sardinians are not as tall as other Europeans, and the island is known as a "blue zone", where there is a remarkably high percentage of long-lived people.
Robert Acquafresca had put the Sardinians ahead in 65 minutes after Argentina defender Walter Samuel slipped in the box with the ItalyU-21 striker coolly picking his spot and firing past Julio Cesar.