Example sentences for: amerigo

How can you use “amerigo” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Amerigo is from Old German Amalricus (Latinized form), from amal work + ricja rule; it was introduced into England at the time of the Norman Conquest.

  • A correction to the statement in Leslie Brunetta's article, Italian Amerigo is simply Henry in English.

  • But I think it is also because America sounds so nice, because the pure music of Amerigo Vespucci makes up for any lies he might have told.

  • It was the first name of the man (Amerigo Vespucci).

  • Amerigo (Italian) = Americus (Latin) thus to America [the New World] = Ya-Mei-Li-Chia (Chinese) = “A-Me-Ri-Ka” (one possible Sino-Japanese pronunciation) = “A-Bei-Ri-Ka” (Japanese).


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