Amati

Amati is the last name of a family of Italian violin makers, who flourished at Cremona from about 1538 to 1740. Their importance is considered equal to those of the Bergonzi, Guarneri and Stradivari families. Today, violins created by Nicolò Amati are evaluated at around $600,000. ==Family members== ===Andrea Amati=== Andrea Amati (ca. 1505 – c...
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Amati

noun a violin made by Nicolo Amati or a member of his family
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Amati

[ritual] Amati, also known as Ambuvachi, is a ritual followed in Kamrup and Goalpara regions in Western Assam. It is an ancient fertility cult and also incorporated into the mother godness cult as Kamakhya as its centre. ==Practices== By tradition, during ritual days mother earth is believed passing through menstrual period and thus to be i...
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Amati

Amati is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Amati

Amati was a violin maker who lived in Cremona around 1600, and who is famous for the quality of the instruments he made, hence the term Amati is applied to a first-class violin.
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Amati

[n] - Italian violin maker in Cremona 2. [n] - a violin made by a member of the Amati family
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