A native or inhabitant of Naples
= Neapolitan ice cream.
A genre of song, particularly popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, which blends the popular, vernacular style of Neapolitan folk music with the more stylized traditions of the art song; a song in this genre.
A breed of mastiff native to Italy which is often used as a guard dog.
A chord consisting of the first inversion of the major triad built on the flattened supertonic.
A one-club system devised principally by the Italian (Neapolitan) bridge champion, Eugenio Chiaradia (1917–77).
A sweet-scented double variety of viola; a Parma violet.
= Naples yellow.
The original and more common type of mandolin (usually referred to without qualification as a mandolin), having four (or occasionally five) pairs of strings which fasten at the lower end of its body, and a neck which is attached to its body rather than being a continuation of it.
Ice cream made in layers of different colours