cispadane

adjective cis·pa·dane \¦sispə¦dān, (ˈ)si¦spāˌdān\

Definition of cispadane

  1. :  situated on this especially the Roman side of the Po river

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Origin and Etymology of cispadane

French cispadan, from cis- + padane, from Latin padanus of the Po, from Padus Po, river in Italy


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