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Trovatoʹre (Il) (4 syl.)

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Manriʹco, the son of Garzia, brother of the Comte di Luna. Verdi’s opera so called is taken from the drama of Gargia Guttierez, which is laid in the fifteenth century. Trovatore means a troubadour.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Trompée
Troness, Tronis, or Trophy Money, or Trophy Tax
Troopers
Troops of the Line
Trophonios (Greek)
Troubadours
Trouble
Trouillogan’s Advice
Trout
Trouveres
Trovatore (Il)
Trows
Troxartas [bread-eater]
Troy-Novant (London)
Troy-town
Troy Weight
Truce of God
Truces
Truchuela
True Blue
True-lovers Knot