Turco

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Turco can be

  • used in reference to the country of Turkey or the Turks

It can also refer to the following:

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Turco
Origin
Word/nameMedioeval Latin, in turn of Greek.
Meaningrelated to Turks, Turkey.
Region of originItaly, Neo-Latin Languages
Other names
Variant form(s)Turci, Turchi, Del Turco, Lo Turco
  • Turco (family), Medieval noble families from Asti and Verona, Italy
  • Cesare Turco (c.1510- c.1560), Italian Renaissance painter
  • Tommaso Turco (died 1649), the Master of the Order of Preachers from 1644 to 1649

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