marchese

Marchese - What does it mean?

marchese | |

Marches vs Marchese - What's the difference?

marches | marchese |


As a proper noun marches

is or marches can be .

As a verb marchese is

.

Marchese vs Marchest - What's the difference?

marchese | marchest |


As verbs the difference between marchese and marchest

is that marchese is while marchest is (archaic) (march).

Marquis vs Marchese - What's the difference?

marquis | marchese |


As nouns the difference between marquis and marchese

is that marquis is a nobleman in england, france, and germany, of a rank next below that of duke, but above a count originally, the marquis was an officer whose duty was to guard the marches or frontiers of the kingdom the office has ceased, and the name is now a mere title conferred by patent while marchese is an italian marquis.

Italian vs Marchese - What's the difference?

italian | marchese |


As nouns the difference between italian and marchese

is that italian is while marchese is an italian marquis.