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 Translation for 'Tyrrhenian Sea' from English to Icelandic
NOUN   the Tyrrhenian Sea | -
landaf.
Tyrrenahaf {hv}
Tyrrhenian Sea
Partial Matches
gras.T
eyrakál {hv} [Crambe maritima]
sea kale
dýrT
flæðarmús {kv} [Aphrodita aculeata]
sea mouse
tón.
sjómannslag {hv}
sea shanty
landaf.
Svartahaf {hv}
Black Sea
landaf.
Rauðahaf {hv}
Red Sea
gras.T
baunagras {hv} [Lathyrus japonicus]
sea pea
landaf.
Grænlandshaf {hv}
Greenland Sea
landaf.
Eyjahaf {hv}
Aegean Sea
gras.T
fitjasmári {k} [Medicago marin]
sea medick
gras.T
holurt {kv} [Silene uniflora]
sea campion
landaf.
Kaspíahaf {hv}
Caspian Sea
landaf.
Berings­haf {hv}
Bering Sea
sjávarstaða {kv}sea level
gras.T
fjörusmári {k} [Trifolium squamosum]
sea clover
gras.T
fjörublaðka {kv} [Polygonum maritimum]
sea knotgrass
veðurfr.
útræna {kv} [gamalt]
sea breeze
landaf.
Íslandshaf {hv}
Iceland Sea
landaf.
íshaf {hv}
polar sea
dýrT
ígulker {hv} [Echinoidea]
sea urchin
veðurfr.
innlögn {kv} [hafgola]
sea breeze
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Usage Examples English
  • The Tyrrhenian Sea bathes the western coasts of the peninsula south of the island of Elba (and therefore all the regions from Tuscany to Calabria), the northern coasts of Sicily and the eastern coasts of Sardinia.
  • The Chianti DOCG covers all the Chianti wine and includes a large stretch of land encompassing the western reaches of the province of Pisa near the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Florentine hills in the province of Florence to the north, to the province of Arezzo in the east and the Siena hills to the south.
  • The Romans extended this use to the sea west of Etruria: the Tyrrhenian Sea.
  • It was one of the most powerful maritime republics in the Mediterranean from the 12th to the 14th century: after the decisive victory in the Battle of Meloria (1284), it acquired control over the Tyrrhenian Sea and was present in the nerve centres of power during the last phase of the Byzantine empire, having colonies up to Black Sea and Crimean.
  • The Port of Salerno is one of the most active of the Tyrrhenian Sea. It handles about 10 million tons of cargo per year, 60% of which is made up by containers.

  • The A16 is nicknamed the "autostrada dei Due Mari" ("Motorway of the Two Seas") because it connects the Tyrrhenian Sea to the Adriatic Sea.
  • The sirens surround and nearly overturn his ships, until Brutus escapes to the Tyrrhenian Sea.
  • The colony successfully fought the Etruscans for control of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
  • Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto lies in the plain that slopes to the north close to the lush hills and the chain of Peloritani mountains, overlooking the Gulf of Patti in the Tyrrhenian Sea on the part near the Aeolian Islands in a portion of coast between the Milazzo peninsula to the east and to the west promontory of Tindari.
  • He also founded the port of Ostia Antica on the Tyrrhenian Sea and established Rome's first salt works, as well as the city's first aqueduct.

  • Sardinia, Italy, on Tyrrhenian Sea, some 35 km south of Olbia.
  • The city sits on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
  • ... ") is a coastal area of western central Italy, bordering the Tyrrhenian Sea.
  • The treaty divided the kingdom into two states: the Principality of Benevento and the Principality of Salerno, with its capital at Salerno on the Tyrrhenian Sea.
  • is a small island in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the coast of Tuscany, Italy; it is the southernmost island of the Tuscan Archipelago and it is a "frazione" of the "comune" of Isola del Giglio in the Province of Grosseto.

  • The Tyrrhenian Sea is situated near where the African and Eurasian Plates meet; therefore mountain chains and active volcanoes such as Mount Marsili are found in its depths.
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