Medici, de'

biographical name (1)
Me·​di·​ci, de' | \ ˈme-də-(ˌ)chē How to pronounce Medici, de' (audio) \

Definition of Medici, de'

 (Entry 1 of 5)

Catherine — see catherine de' médicis

Medici, de'

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Definition of Medici, de' (Entry 2 of 5)

Cosimo 1389–1464 the Elder Florentine financier and ruler

Medici, de'

biographical name (3)

Definition of Medici, de' (Entry 3 of 5)

Cosimo I 1519–1574 the Great; Duke of Florence; Grand Duke of Tuscany

Medici, de'

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Definition of Medici, de' (Entry 4 of 5)

Lorenzo 1449–1492 the Magnificent Florentine statesman, ruler, and patron

medici blue

noun, often capitalized M
med·​i·​ci blue | \ ˈmedə(ˌ)chē-, -chi-\

Definition of medici blue (Entry 5 of 5)

: a bluish gray that is darker than clair de lune, greener and duller than average dusk (see dusk sense 3a), and deeper than puritan gray

History and Etymology for Medici, de'

Noun

after the Medici family

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