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Cremona

town in Lombardy, from Cenomani, name of a Gaulish people who lived there in Roman times, or perhaps from a Celtic word meaning "garlic" (compare Old Irish crim, Welsh craf). From 1762 as "violin made at Cremona by the Amati family (late 16c.-early 17c.) or Stradivarius (early 18c.)." Related: Cremonese.

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Definitions of Cremona from WordNet

Cremona (n.)
a city in Lombardy on the Po River; noted for the manufacture of fine violins from the 16th to the 18th centuries;
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