Someone from Canada is a Canadian. Someone from the U.S. is an American. But what do you call people from the various Italian regions we learned a while back? That's the topic of today's Italian flashcard set - it's not always obvious!
Take note - the region (a noun) is capped but the adjectival form is not. E.g. the region is Toscana (cap). The adjectival form ("Tuscan wine") is toscano - vino toscano. No cap. A resident of the region ("a Tuscan" in English) is un toscano (an adjective used as a noun - still no cap).
emiliano, -a; romagnolo, -a
friulano, -a; giuliano, -a
una persona del Lazio (the adjective "laziale" isn't used as a noun to refer to residents of Lazio)
trentino, -a; altoatesino, -a