This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word veneti
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
an ancient people of pre-Roman Italy, living at the head of the Adriatic from the Po River N and E to the valleys of the Carnic and Julian Alps.
Origin of Veneti:
The Veneti were a seafaring Celtic people who lived in the Brittany peninsula, which in Roman times formed part of an area called Armorica, till they were all killed or sold into slavery by the Romans. They gave their name to the modern city of Vannes.
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