Definition of Petrarch in English:

Petrarch

Syllabification: Pe·trarch
Pronunciation: /ˈpēträrk, ˈpet-
 
/
( 1304–74), Italian poet; Italian name Francesco Petrarca. His reputation is chiefly based on the Canzoniere (circa 1351–53), a sonnet sequence in praise of a woman he calls Laura. He was also an important figure in the rediscovery of Greek and Latin literature.

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