noun, plural a·ris·tos. Chiefly British Informal.
Origin of aristo
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She is of the best Sicilian blood, but a rebel, an aristo in revolt.The Romantic Lady|Michael Arlen
And Aristo presently cried out: What then, for heaven's sake, are there any that banish philosophy from company and wine?Essays and Miscellanies|Plutarch
Once I had seen a condemned man step through that aperture at the order of an aristo whom he had offended.
The next year when the King came back to Stagira, Aristo was still there.
The possibility flashed on me when I was half-mad with rage and disappointment at the callous cruelty of the aristo Council.