Bambino

Bambino is Italian for `baby` or `infant` of either sex. The feminine is bambina. It can refer to: ==Wine grapes== ...
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Bambino

• (n.) Babe Ruth. • (n.) A child or baby; esp., a representation in art of the infant Christ wrapped in swaddling clothes. • (n.) A child or baby; specif., a representation in art of the infant Christ.
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Bambino

[Dalida song] Bambino was Dalida`s first major hit, released as a single in 1956, and on the album Son nom est Dalida in 1957. It is a cover of the Italian song `Guaglione`, written and sung by Aurelio Fierro. The song was high on the French singles charts for months, scoring 45 weeks in the Top 10. It also appeared in OSS 117: Cairo, Nest ...
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Bambino

Bam·bi'no (bäm*bē'no) noun [ Italian , a little boy, from bambo silly; confer Greek bambali`zein , bambai`nein , to chatter.] A child or baby; esp., a representation in art of the infant Christ wrapped in swaddling clothes.
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Bambino

Bam·bi'no noun ; Italian plural -ni . [ Italian ] A child or baby; specif., a representation in art of the infant Christ.
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Bambino

Bambino: The little child who is the infant in swaddling, the symbol of pediatrics, sculpted by the Florentine artist Andrea della Robbia (1437-1528).
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Bambino

Synonym for the grape variety Bombino Bianco; look there.
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