Where did the first Italians live?
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Answer to Italian sausages origin . \nIt was one way to preserve primarily pork meat for about a year without the modern convenience of refridgeration.The cured meat and sausages were hung up high in the rafters to dry be safe from rats etc. Answer to Italian sausages origin . \nIt was one wa…y to preserve primarily pork meat for about a year without the modern convenience of refridgeration.The cured meat and sausages were hung up high in the rafters to dry be safe from rats etc (MORE)
Answer . Saint Peter. The first non-Italian pope was Peter, who was from Palestine - Israel.
In 1848 by the Italian King, and was later adopted (without the royal crown) in 1946.
Italians live in the top part of NSW and in Sydney. The Italians value there stay, but that doesnt mean that allItalians live in Sydney. 45% of Italians live in other states otherthan NSW.
Italians started to immigrate to Argentina in the late 19thcentury. In 1892 immigrants made up half of the population ofBuenos Aries.
The first non-Italian pope was St. Peter. The first non-Italian pope inabout 500 years in recent times was Pope John Paul II.
Andrea Silenzi was the first Italian to play in the English Premier League. He was signed by Nottingham Forest's manager Frank Clark in the summer of 1995 for Â£1.8m. http://blogs.reuters.com/blog/2007/07/19/signing-serie-a-strikers-a-dangerous-game/
Due to poor economic conditions in Italy, many Italian immigrantsmigrated to the United States in the 19th century. They settled inethnic neighborhoods and kept their Italian culture alive. Mostwere general laborers, not skilled craftsmen and poverty was a wayof life. However, due to a strong sense …of ethnic pride, strongsocial networks were available. Unfortunately, there was a lot ofanti-Catholic sentiment during this time and some Italian-Americans met with prejudice, violence and even lynching's. (MORE)
Vivere la vita is an Italian equivalent of the Englishphrase "to live life." Specifically, the present infinitive vivere is "to live."The feminine singular definite article la means "the." Thefeminine noun vita translates as "life." Thepronunciation will be "VEE-vey-rey la VEE-ta" in It…alian. (MORE)
It is important to note that Italy has had many fine painters sincethe beginning of time. One Cesare Bassano is on record as the firstItalian painter.
In or about the year of 1870 was when Italians first came toAustralia. Many young Italians who planned to immigrate to the US,ended up choose Australia instead.
The Italian way of living in relation to food is to enjoy all meals in company and take as long over them as is needed. Food eaten on the go or quickly is limited to a cappuccino coffee and pastry in the morning. Fresh food is preferred although the powerful industrial global food lobby is fig…hting to change traditional eating habits and taste preferences in the new upcoming generation. They are having some success. (MORE)
There are about 16 million Italian-Americans living in the UnitedStates. They are the 4th largest ethnic group in America.
In larger cites, Italians favor living in apartments. Apartmentsare owned or rented. They live in houses in the country. They livein farm houses and city houses as well.
Italians first arrived in Australia during the late 19th century.They sought refuge in the country to escape poor economicconditions and political upheaval.
"First" in English is prima for a female and primo for a male in Italian.
" How many Italians live in Australia? " . " How many Italians live in Australia? "
Vivere, amare, combattere is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Live, love, fight." Specifically, the infinitive vivere means "to live." The infinitive amare means "to love." The infinitive combattere means "to fight." The pronunciation is "VEE-veh-reh ah-MAH-reh KOHM-baht-THE-r…eh." (MORE)
Depends on what you mean by Italian. Do you mean Italian immigrants or Italian decended Americans? An example: I myself have half Italian heritage from early 1900's immigrants, so would I count?
Boy: Luca , Gianni, Antonio, Alessandro, Carlo, Gennaro, Guiseppe, Matteo, Albero, Giacomo, Paolo, Marco,Pietro, Ugo. (Luke, John, Anthony, Alexander, Charlie, Gerald, Joseph, Matthew, Albert, Jack, Paul, Mark, Hugo). Girls: Alessandra, Antonina, Antonella, Gelsumina, Giada, Ivolina, Maria, France…sca, Marguarita, Carmella, Paola, Gianna, Raquella, Lucia, Schaveria (SP). (Alexandra, Antonina (Nina), Antonella, Jasmine, Jade (a), Evelyn, Marie, Frances, Margaret, Carmella (Millie), Paula, Jane, Rachel, Lucy, Sarah) (MORE)
Italians tend to favor apartment living in the bigger cities. These apartments may be space that they own within a building of apartment owners. Or the apartments may be space that's rented. The nicer, larger apartments tend to be in the hands of residents who have enough money to own instead of t…o rent. But no matter the income level, Italians tend to have their houses in the country. (MORE)
The Italians first went to the Caribbean in their voyages to the New World. It indeed was in the Caribbean that Cristoforo Colombo [c. 1451-May 20, 1506] first made landfall. On October 12th, he stood on the sands of Hispaniola, which we today know as the island that's shared by Haiti and the Domi…nican Republic. But on subsequent voyages, they kept expanding their areas of settlement interest. So they ultimately ended up forming settlements from which modern Italian communities are descended, throughout the breadth and width of the Americas. (MORE)
Vivi la vita is an Italian equivalent of 'Live the life'. In the word by word translation, ' vivi ' is the imperative of the verb 'vivere', and means '[you] live'. The feminine definite article 'la' means 'the'. The feminine gender noun 'vita' means 'life'. The phrase is pronounced 'VEE-vee lah… VEE-tah'. That's the form to use with an individual who's part of the close circle of family and friends. Its plural form is 'vivete', which means '[you all] live'. It's pronounced 'vee-VEH-tay'. (MORE)
yes they live in house that are double stories because all the family stays together for a while
" Io vivo " is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I live." Specifically, the subject pronoun " io " means "I." The verb " vivo " means "(I) am living, do live, live." The pronunciation is "EE-oh VEE-voh."
I read in a local Philly newspaper that there are just about 400,000 Italians that live in the Philadelphia area.
Prima la famiglia is an Italian equivalent of 'family first'. In the word by word translation, the feminine adjective 'prima' means 'first'. The feminine definite article 'la' means 'the'. The feminine gender noun 'famiglia' means 'family'. The phrase is pronounced 'PREE-mah lah fah-MEE-lyah'…. (MORE)
The first Italian to arrive and settle in Australia was convict Giuseppe Tuzo, who arrived with the First Fleet in 1788.
Vivo is an Italian equivalent of 'live' in the sense of 'alive'. It's the masculine form of an adjective whose feminine form is 'viva'. Both forms are pronounced 'VEE-voh' and 'VEE-vah', respectively. In diretto is an equivalent, in the sense of 'live' broadcast. In the word by word translation,… the preposition 'in' means 'in'. The masculine adjective/noun 'diretto' means 'direct, directed, straight'. The phrase is pronounced 'een dee-REHT-toh'. (MORE)
Angelo - messenger of God Bernardo - brave as a bear David - beloved Horatio - time keeper Luigi - renowned fighter Primo - first born Santino - little saint Vito - Victor
The pope lives in Vatican City which is a small, independent state located in Rome, Italy.
There are a few different animals that live in the Alps. One ofthese is the Alpine Marmot. Others are the red squirrel, brownhare, Fat dormouse, Alpine Ibex, Chamois, the common shrew, pinemarten, and the eagle owl.
well they didn't speak English so they sewed and sold bread on the streets to try to make a living off of what they had when coming to america too
( Io ) v ivo in ... is an Italian equivalent of the incomplete English phrase "I live in... ." Specifically, the subject pronoun io ("I") does not have to be used - other than for emphasis - because the verb ending makes the subject clear. The verb vivo means "(I) am living, do live, l…ive." The preposition in means the same in Italian and English. The pronunciation is "(EE-oh) VEE-voh een... ." (MORE)
New York City has the largest population of Italian/Sicilian Americans and always has, followed by Philadelphia, Chicago, Boston and Pittsburgh. With exceptions for the largest cities in western U.S. states, most Italians originally settled on or near the east coast. This still holds true today.
Vivere senza rimpianto is an Italian equivalent of 'Live without regret'. The infinitive 'vivere' means 'to live'. The preposition 'senza' means 'without'. The masculine noun 'rimpianto' means 'regret'. All together, they're pronounced 'VEE-veh-reh SEHN-tsah reem-PYAHN-toh'.
Vivere il tuo sogno is an Italian equivalent of 'Live your dream'. The infinitive 'vivere' means 'to live'. The masculine definite article 'il' means 'the'. The masculine noun 'sogno' means 'dream'. All together, they're pronounced 'vee-VEH-reh eel TOO-oh SOH-gno'.
Il cavallo vive is an Italian equivalent of 'The horse lives'. The masculine definite article 'il' means 'the'. The masculine noun 'cavallo' means 'horse'. The verb 'vive' means '[he/she/it] does live, is living, lives'. All together, they're pronounced 'eel kah-VAHL-loh VEE-veh'.
There are several reason why Italians migrated to Australia, beginning from before the gold rushes in the mid-1800s to after World War II. . The gold rushes attracted migrants from around the world, including Italy. . In the early years, many Italians feared persecution from Austrian (not Austral…ian) authorities because Austria had control of many of the northern regions of Italy until around 1860. . Australia offered new freedoms, especially religious and political. . Australia offered new employment opportunities, in both the farming and agricultural sectors (especially sugar cane farming) and in the professional sectors as well. Their economic prospects in Australia were brighter than they were in their homeland. . Italy faced an economic crisis in the 1880s, so this led many to seek a better life overseas. . Italians were better able to handle Australia's harsh climate than the English were, so Australia was promoted more to them as a new land with new opportunities. (MORE)
Guadagnarsi da vivere is an Italian equivalent of theEnglish phrase "to make a living." Specifically, the present infinitive guadagnare is "toearn, gain, win" in English. The reflexive pronoun si means "for oneself" in this context. The preposition da means "for, to." The present infinitive v…ivere translatesas "to live." The pronunciation will be "GWA-da-NYAR-see da VEE-ve-re" inItalian. (MORE)
'Prima luce' is an Italian equivalent of 'first light'. The word 'luce' is a feminine noun whose definite article is 'la' ['the'] and whose indefinite article is 'una' ['a, one']. The phrase is pronounced 'PREE-mah LOO-tcheh'.
'Prima comunione' is an Italian equivalent of 'first communion'. The word 'comunione' is a feminine noun whose definite article is 'la' ['the'] and whose indefinite article is 'una' ['a, one']. The phrase is pronounced 'PREE-mah KOH-moo-NYOH-neh'.
they go and have coffees with friends, they play football, soccer with a team, they go to the lothaire with friends family.. i hope i helped you
Italian greyhounds are small so they live longer then bigger dogs . the lifespan is 11-15 because they do have medical issues but if they are well taken care of they can live a bit longer
Fortunato a vivere in the masculine and Fortunata a vivere in the feminine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "Lucky to live." Specifically, the masculine adjective fortunato and the feminine fortunata mean "lucky." The preposition a means "to." The infinitive vivere means "…to live." The pronunciation is "FOHR-too-NAH-toh ah VEE-veh-reh" in the masculine and "FOHR-too-NAH-tah VEE-veh-reh" in the feminine. (MORE)
Vivere nell'amore is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Live in love." Specifically, the infinitive vivere means "to live." The word nell' combines the preposition in with the masculine singular definite article il to mean "in the." The masculine noun amore means "love." The… pronunciation is "vee-VEH-reh nehl-lah-MOH-reh." (MORE)
Musica viva is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "live music." Specifically, the feminine noun musica means "music." The feminine adjective viva means "alive, live." The pronunciation is "MOO-zee-kah VEE-vah."
Vivere nel momento is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Live in the moment." Specifically, the infinitive vivere means "to live." The word nel combines the preposition in with the masculine definite article il to mean "in the." The masculine noun momento means "moment." T…he pronunciation is "VEE-veh-reh nehl moh-MEHN-toh." (MORE)
The Italian Greyhound is an ancient breed. A 6000 year old Egyptian tomb shows dogs similar to the Italian Greyhound. They are also depicted on decorative Mediterranean art of 2000 years ago. The dogs became popular with noblemen during the Renaissance. A small Greyhound type dog was found in an anc…ient lava flow in the city of Pompeii, which is the ruined and partially buried Roman town-city near the modern Naples in the Italian region of Campania. In the sixteenth century, like the Greyhound, this breed was brought to Europe by the Phoenicians civilization, and became popular with European nobility. James I of England, Catherine the Great of Russia, Anne of Denmark and Queen Victoria, all owned Italian Greyhounds. During the 1700's Frederick the Great of Prussia took one of these little dogs to war with him, and he buried the dog himself when it died at the Sands Souci Palace. It was Frederick's dyeing wish that he be buried next to his dog so on the 205th anniversary of his death, on 17 August 1991, Frederick's family transferred his remains to Sans Souci, and placed them beside his little Italian Greyhound. In the 19th century an African chieftain liked the dogs so much that he offered 200 cattle in exchange for a single Italian Greyhound. The Italian Greyhound was recognized by the AKC in 1886. (MORE)
Vivere per amare is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Live to love." Specifically, the infinitive vivere means "to live." The preposition per means "for." The infinitive amare means "to love." The pronunciation is "VEE-veh-reh peh-rah-MAH-reh."