Bembo

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/ (Italian ˈbɛmbo) /

noun

Pietro (ˈpjɛːtro). 1470–1547, Italian scholar, poet, and cardinal (1539). His treatise Prose della volgar lingua (1525) helped to establish a standard form of literary Italian

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British Dictionary definitions for Bembo (2 of 2)

Bembo2
/ (ˈbɛmbəʊ) /

noun

a style of type

Word Origin for Bembo

C20: named after Pietro Bembo (1470–1547), Italian scholar, poet, and cardinal, because the design of the typeface was based on one used for an edition of his tract De ætna by the printer Aldus Manutius
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