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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ETNA

San Felice is a large village in the plain at the foot of Etna.

At the end of the narrow street Maurice saw the large bulk of Etna.

Oh, I have met an Englishman who was angry with Etna for being the shape it is.

Empedocles stayed his feet among the groves of Etna to hear it.

She was beginning to be humbler here, face to face with Etna.

I write merely to thank you for the abstract of the Etna paper.

The map of Etna, which I have been just looking at, looks like a sudden falling in, does it not?

The fire-ships were ready, but one mortar-vessel, the Etna, alone had arrived.

Dear Sir,—I enclose, as requested, particulars of my policy with the Etna.

"Annette is here," said Tinman, who had been showing Etna's tokens of insurgency.

WORD ORIGIN

volcano in Sicily, from Latin Aetna, from an indigenous Sicilian language, *aith-na "the fiery one," from PIE *ai-dh-, from root *ai- "to burn" (see edifice).

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