Etymology
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Florentine (adj.)

1540s, literally "of or pertaining to the Italian city of Florence," from Latin Florentinus, from Florentia, the Roman name of the city (see Florence). Earliest reference in English is to a type of textile fabric. As a noun from 1590s.

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Definitions of Florentine
1
Florentine (n.)
a native or resident of Florence, Italy;
2
Florentine (adj.)
of or relating to or characteristic of the city of Florence, Italy;
From wordnet.princeton.edu