Definition of Sardinia in English:

Sardinia

Syllabification: Sar·din·i·a
Pronunciation: /särˈdinēə
 
/
A large Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea, west of Italy; population 1,671,001 (2008); capital, Cagliari. In 1720 it was joined with Savoy and Piedmont to form the kingdom of Sardinia; the kingdom formed the nucleus of the Risorgimento, becoming part of a unified Italy under Victor Emmanuel II of Sardinia in 1861. Italian name Sardegna.

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