noun, plural bas·sos, Italian bas·si [bahs-see] /ˈbɑs si/. Music.
Origin of basso
Examples from the Web for bassi
Stradella wins the hand of Leonora, the fair ward of the wealthy Venetian merchant, Bassi, who is also in love with her.The Standard Light Operas|George Upton
To these he added many more of bassi relievi, and of ancient statues.The History of Painting in Italy, Vol. 3 (of 6)|Luigi Antonio Lanzi
Bassi and his brother, Cicernachio, met with the same fate at Bologna.Rule of the Monk|Giuseppe Garibaldi
At the end of a week my agreement with Bassi came to an end, leaving him with some money in his pocket.
Bassi was kind enough not to press me to take part in this banquet, and I felt obliged to him.