Betti

[ bet-tee ]
/ ˈbɛt ti /

noun

U·go [oo-gaw], /ˈu gɔ/, 1892–1953, Italian poet and dramatist.

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Example sentences from the Web for Betti

  • Garrone would certainly never have uttered the words which Carlo Nobis spoke yesterday morning to Betti.

    Cuore (Heart)|Edmondo De Amicis
  • Mademoiselle Betti—if she were in my country, we should call her Elise, which is pretty—it is ugly, Betti!

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  • Ima and Imam mean "Emma," dakkngaggngaggn again means "danke," and betti still continues to signify "bitte."

  • At this description little Betti's eyes grew bigger and brighter with expectation.

British Dictionary definitions for Betti

Betti
/ (Italian ˈbetti) /

noun

Ugo (ˈuɡo). 1892–1953, Italian writer, noted esp for his plays, including La Padrona (1927), Corruzione al palazzo di giustizia (1949), and La Regina e gli insorte (1951)
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