noun, plural cas·tra·ti [ka-strah-tee, kuh-; Italian kah-strah-tee] /kæˈstrɑ ti, kə-; Italian kɑˈstrɑ ti/.
Origin of castrato
Examples from the Web for castrati
However, just as the sun was setting we approached the hut of Castrati.
We entered the large lower room, which in every respect was similar to that in which we passed the previous night at Castrati.
Eunuchs are capable of affording illicit pleasure, whilst the male sopranos, or castrati, are often utilized for that purpose.Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology|W. G. Aitchison Robertson
Our good-byes at Castrati before starting were affectionate and protracted.
This is the house of a great man, a chieftain; and we were told the name of the place is Castrati.