noun, plural cic·e·ro·nes, Italian cic·e·ro·ni [chee-che-raw-nee] /ˌtʃi tʃɛˈrɔ ni/.
Origin of cicerone
Examples from the Web for cicerone
The nave is the oldest part,” said the cicerone, “built about 1135 by Walter Le Bec.The Nebuly Coat|John Meade Falkner
Our kind friend whom we had met the evening before accompanied us as cicerone.Fair Italy, the Riviera and Monte Carlo|W. Cope Devereux
I accepted the invitation and spent two days- 129 - under the guidance of my cicerone.Reminiscences|Hans Mattson
There are some good stories here of him and the amiable Piron, his cicerone.Memoirs of the Duchesse de Dino v.1/3, 1831-1835|Dorothy Duchesse de Dino
The Cicerone acknowledged the roguery, and said they practised it with almost every traveller, to get money.