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Neapolitan means of or pertaining to Naples, a city in Italy, or to:
Geography and history
- Province of Naples, a province in the Campania region of southern Italy that includes the city
- Duchy of Naples, in existence during the Early and High Middle Ages
- Kingdom of Naples
- Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
- Neapolitan Republic (disambiguation), various entities
- Neapolitan War
- Music of Naples or Neapolitan dance
- Canzone Napoletana or Neapolitan song
- Neapolitan school of music
- Neapolitan chord (also known as Neapolitan sixth), in music, is the first inversion of a major chord built on the lowered second (supertonic) scale degree
- Neapolitan scale
- Neapolitan mass a cantata-style mass
- Neapolitan cuisine
- Neapolitan ice cream, a mixture of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry ice cream side-by-side in the same container
- Neapolitan pizza, a variety of pizza made according to strict rules
- Neapolitan ragù
- Neapolitan sauce, a basic tomato-based sauce derived from Italian cuisine
- Neapolitan wafer, an Austrian wafer and chocolate-cream sandwich biscuit
- Neapolitans, individually wrapped square/rectangular pieces of chocolate
- Neapolitan language or Neapolitan dialect, the language and dialect of southern continental Italy, named after the Kingdom of Naples
- Neapolitan piastra, a currency of the mainland part of the former Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
- Neapolitan horse, an extinct horse breed formerly bred in Naples
- Neapolitan Mastiff, a large, ancient breed of dog
- All pages beginning with "Neapolitan"
- All pages with titles containing "Neapolitan"
- Napolitan (disambiguation), various meanings including the name of a pasta dish, which is popular in Japan
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