Arretine

adjective
Ar·re·tine | \ˈarəˌtīn, -ēn\

Definition of Arretine 

: of or relating to the ancient Arretium (now Arezzo, Italy)

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History and Etymology for Arretine

Latin Arretinus, from Arretium (now Arezzo), ancient city of Italy + Latin -inus -ine

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