noun, plural bam·bi·nos, Italian, bam·bi·ni [bahm-bee-nee] /bɑmˈbi ni/.
- bamberger's sign,
- bamberger-marie disease,
- bamboo curtain,
- bamboo hair,
- bamboo network
Origin of bambino
Examples from the Web for bambini
Father Bambini was one of those old-fashioned masters, who treat their art with love and veneration.
Drive this, with all the speed you may, to the Isle of Bambini, and carry off the six children of Petaldo that are still there.The Olive Fairy Book|Various
Father Bambini had taken him to a party where he was to sing on very advantageous terms.
Cincelle da Bambini in nella stietta parlatura rustica d' i' Montale Pistolese.Italian Popular Tales|Thomas Frederick Crane
Delsarte received no very regular musical education from Father Bambini.
noun plural -nos or -ni (-niː)
Word Origin for bambino
"little child," 1761, from Italian bambino, "baby," a diminutive of bambo "simple" (cf. Latin bambalio "dolt," Greek bambainein "to stammer"). In U.S. baseball lore, a nickname of George Herman "Babe" Ruth Jr. (1895-1948).