Traviata, La

Traviata, La title of an opera by Verdi, from It., lit. "the woman led astray," from traviata lit. "to lead beyond the way," from tra- "across, beyond" (from L. trans-; see TRANS- (Cf. trans-)) + via "way" (see VIA (Cf. via)).

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