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Etymology:

From Italian Ragusa, said to be derived from Lausa, a rock in the historical province. The name most likely means "slab" and is cognate with Italian lozanga (“slab”). See English lozenge.


Synonyms:

Dubrovnik


Proper Noun:

Ragusa A province of Sicily, Italy. The capital of the Italian province of Ragusa. Former name of Dubrovnik (city in Croatia). (historical) The Republic of Ragusa, a maritime republic centered in Dubrovnik.


Reference:

Ragusa

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