Florentine

adjective
Flor·​en·​tine | \ ˈflȯr-ən-ˌtēn How to pronounce Florentine (audio) , ˈflär-, -ˌtīn\

Definition of Florentine

1a : of or relating to Florence, Italy
b : machiavellian Florentine politics
2 : served or dressed with spinach poached eggs Florentine
3 : having a matte brushed finish Florentine gold

First Known Use of Florentine

1568, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

History and Etymology for Florentine

Medieval Latin Florentinus

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The first known use of Florentine was in 1568

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