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alba

Alternative clues for the word alba

___ Longa (ancient city)

Goya's "The Duchess of ___"

Terra___ (powdery substance)

Troubadour's dawn song

Spanish general Duke of ___

Goya's duchess

Dawn, to a don

Duchess of ___ (Goya model)

Jessica of "Dark Angel"

Duke of ___ (Philip II's adviser)

Goya's "Duchess of ___"

"Duchess of ___," Goya painting

"Dark Angel" star Jessica

Duchess of ___, Goya subject

Actress Jessica

"Duchess of ___" (Goya work)

___ Longa, birthplace of Romulus and Remus

Jessica of "Fantastic Four"

"Sin City" actress, 2005

Jessica of "Good Luck Chuck"

Terra ___ (pulverized gypsum)

Francisco Goya's "Duchess of ___"

___ Longa, ancient city founded by the son of Aeneas

"Valentine's Day" co-star, 2010

Duke of ___ (noble Spanish title since 1472)

Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland

Troubadour's love song

Jessica of "Valentine's Day"

Duchess of ___ (Goya subject)

Jessica of "Sin City"

"Sin City" actress

Co-star of 2005's "Fantastic Four"

Jessica of filmdom's "Fantastic Four"

Whence Goya's duchess

Duke of ___: 1508–82

___ Longa, where Romulus and Remus were born

Provençal love song

Dawn love song of old

___ Longa, ancient Italian city

Provençal troubadour's love song

Spanish duke

Duchess of ___, Goya patron

___ Longa, birthplace of Remus

Dawn, in Monterrey

White matter of the brain

___ Longa

Goya's duchess's duchy

Duchess of ___, Goya's friend

Spanish dukedom

Dawn, in Durango

Love song

___ Longa, city of ancient Latium

___ red (a pigment)

Provençal love lyric

Troubadour's song

Italian wine center

Famed dukedom in Spain

Medieval poem

Brain's white matter

Troubadour's tune

Word definitions for alba in dictionaries

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. A type of lyrical poetry, traditionally Provençal, about lovers who must part at dawn. Etymology 2 n. 1 A white-flowered shrub rose of the hybrid (taxlink Rosa × alba nothospecies noshow=1). 2 A flower of the hybrid ''Rosa'' × ''alba''. Etymology...

Gazetteer Word definitions in Gazetteer
Population (2000): 186 Housing Units (2000): 75 Land area (2000): 0.678657 sq. miles (1.757714 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.678657 sq. miles (1.757714 sq. km) FIPS code: 00572 Located within: Pennsylvania...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Alba is the Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland. ALBA is the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of our Americas. Alba (Latin: white) or ALBA may also refer to:

Usage examples of alba.

I remembered, she was in exile in Alba, and would thus have been summoned to attend.

It is rumored on the coast of Azzalle that the Skaldi have sought to cross the Northernmost Seas to raid Alba, but what can we do?

The Skaldic tribes were numerous, more numerous than the tribes of Alba and Eire, who had united to defeat the Tiberian army, the greatest military force the continent of Europa had ever seen.

Islanded, isolated and hemmed in for centuries by the Master of the Straits, the armies of the kingdom of Alba had never constituted a true threat to our borders.

And the rumor that crossed the waters was this: The Cruarch of Alba was dead, slain, it was said, by his own son, who sought to overturn the old matrilineal rites of succession and seize rulership of Alba for himself.

Lyonette de Trevalion had conspired with Foclaidha of Alba and her son, the new Cruarch, to join forces.

In exchange, she would put the forces of Azzalle at the disposal of Foclaidha and her son to hold the kingdom of Alba against the disposed heir and his allies among the Dalriada.

Necthana escaped the bloodbath and fought his way, with his mother and sisters and a handful of warriors, to the western side of Alba, to seek refuge among the Dalriada.

If there was one thing that terrified me above all others, it was not daring the wrath of the Master of the Straits nor the dangers of distant Alba and the blue-tattooed Cruithne.

At my request, Ysandre had several volumes sent from the Royal Library, texts on Alba and books in Cruithne, and treatises on the Master of the Straits.

Precept, and that is why I am sending you to Alba to bear word to Drustan mab Necthana.

And when you gain the distant shore of Alba, give it to Drustan mab Necthana, that he might know from whence it came.

Somewhere beyond the ability of my vision to scry lay the Straits of Alba, that wind-whipped expanse of water as grey and narrow and deadly as a blade, separating Ysandre from a dream.

I strained to see across the waters and catch a glimpse of distant Alba, but we were too far, here.

We had turned northward in the night, rounding the lower tip of Alba, and I could see her green coastline lying off our starboard bow, hazy in the distance.