Ethnic groups similar to or like Sicilians

Sicilians or the Sicilian people (Siciliani in Italian, Neapolitan and Sicilian, or also Siculi in Italian ) are a Romance and Southern Italian ethnic group who are indigenous to the Italian island of Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, as well as the largest and most populous of the autonomous regions of Italy. Wikipedia

  • Sardinian people

    The Sardinians, or Sards (Sardos or Sardus; Italian and Sassarese: Sardi; Gallurese: Saldi), are a Romance language-speaking ethnic group native to Sardinia, from which the western Mediterranean island and autonomous region of Italy derives its name. Not much can be gathered from the classical literature about the origins of the Sardinian people. Wikipedia

  • Sicilian language

    Romance language that is spoken on the island of Sicily and its satellite islands. Also spoken in southern Calabria, where it is called Southern Calabro, specifically in the Metropolitan City of Reggio Calabria, whose dialect is viewed as being part of the continuum of Sicilian. Wikipedia

  • Sicilian cart

    Ornate, colorful style of horse or donkey-drawn cart native to the island of Sicily, in Italy. The carts were introduced to the island by the ancient Greeks. Wikipedia

  • Butera

    Italian town and a comune in the province of Caltanissetta, in the southern part of the island of Sicily. Bounded by the comuni of Gela, Licata, Mazzarino, Ravanusa and Riesi. Wikipedia

  • Smallest of the three main Aegadian Islands in the Mediterranean Sea west of Sicily, Italy. It forms a part of the municipality (comune) of Favignana in the Province of Trapani. Wikipedia

  • Catania

    Second largest city in Sicily, after Palermo, and among the ten largest cities in Italy. Located on Sicily's east coast, it faces the Ionian Sea. Wikipedia


    Sentences forSicilians

    • In 1282, the Sicilians rose up against the second dynasty of the Angevins on the Sicilian Vespers and massacred the garrison soldiers throughout the island.Crown of Aragon-Wikipedia
    • Prima made prominent use of Italian music and language in his songs, blending elements of his Italian and Sicilian identity with jazz and swing music.Louis Prima-Wikipedia
    • Her paternal grandfather was of Sicilian (Italian) descent, and her paternal grandmother was a descendant of Mayflower pilgrim William Brewster.Ashley Judd-Wikipedia
    • The majority of Sicilians preferred independence to the Savoy kingdom; in 1866, Palermo became the seat of a week-long popular rebellion, which was finally crushed after Martial law was declared.Palermo-Wikipedia
    • The Sicilians and later Genoese took the first two parts of the term and used them as one word, amiral, from their Aragon opponents.Admiral-Wikipedia
    • Argento was born in Rome, the son of Sicilian film producer and executive Salvatore Argento (1914–1987) and Brazilian photographer Elda Luxardo, who was of Italian ancestry.Dario Argento-Wikipedia

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