Definition of Liguria in English:

Liguria

proper noun

  • A coastal region of northwestern Italy that extends along the Mediterranean coast from Tuscany to the border with France; capital, Genoa. In ancient times, Liguria extended as far as the Atlantic Ocean.

Origin

From Latin Ligur Ligurian from Greek Ligus.

Pronunciation:

Liguria

/ləˈɡ(y)o͞orēə/