[ uh-mah-toh; Italian ah-mah-taw ]
/ əˈmɑ toʊ; Italian ɑˈmɑ tɔ /
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Pa·squa·le [puh-skwah-lee, -ley; Italian pahs-kwah-le], /pəˈskwɑ li, -leɪ; Italian pɑsˈkwɑ lɛ/, 1879–1942, Italian operatic baritone.
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How to use Amato in a sentence
From here they could see across the ravine to the steep slope of Monte Amato.
Galassi, Campanari, Planon, and Amato should be mentioned as other interpreters of the rle.The Complete Opera Book|Gustav Kobb
Amato, who to distinguish him from the first is called the younger.The History of Painting in Italy, Vol. 2 (of 6)|Luigi Antonio Lanzi
It was Sebastiano coming down from the top of Monte Amato to welcome the forestieri.
Here and there upon the mountains distant cottages were visible, but on Monte Amato Hermione's was the last, the most intrepid.