noun, plural a·ris·tae [uh-ris-tee] /əˈrɪs ti/.
Origin of arista
Definition for arista (2 of 2)
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Soon after, he took top leadership roles at British record labels including Arista, Phonogram and MCA UK.
Khujo and T did some things, while me and Gipp were signed to Arista Records before it folded under the advisory of L.A. Reid.CeeLo and Goodie Mob on Their Comeback, Kanye West’s ‘Emotional Problems,’ More|Marlow Stern|August 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Clive Davis, her mentor at Arista Records, spoke after, followed by Stevie Wonder, who sang "Ribbon in the Sky."Family and Friends Say Goodbye at Whitney Houston’s Funeral|Jacob Bernstein|February 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This roast is very popular in Italy, where they call it arista.The Italian Cook Book|Maria Gentile
The question of the Presidency, it is conceded, is definitely settled in favor of Arista.
Antennæ short; third joint round; arista apical, slender, setiform.
The slight pursuit of Arista and the search for concealed ordnance, arms and munitions did not require his personal attention.
Taylor not only knew that Arista had depended upon mules, but captured that generals entire outfit.