noun, plural con·ti [kawn-tee] /ˈkɔn ti/. Italian.
Definition for conte (2 of 2)
plural Con·tés [kohn-teyz, kon-teez; French kawn-tey] /koʊnˈteɪz, ˈkɒn tiz; French kɔ̃ˈteɪ/.
Origin of Conté
Examples from the Web for conte
So Conte conceived of a solution: what if you built a website that connected potential patrons to content creators?
“I knew it was going to get at least 250,000 views and that that would generate me $18 of ad income [on YouTube],” says Conte.
Actually for Conte, who has a passionate aversion to labeling, that may be a bit too much categorization for his liking.
But it would surely be easy to ascertain to a certainty whether the Conte Leandro had left the city that morning or not.
The Queste, if looked at closely, is found to bear witness to the Conte du Graal form.Studies on the Legend of the Holy Grail|Alfred Nutt
I heard that the Conte Leandro had been arrested on suspicion of being the assassin.
There the Conte Leandro found him, and came and sat down by his side; much, at first, to the Marchese's annoyance.
Chance led me to tell my ideas to Conte de Milly, who declared himself nearly of my opinion.Buffon's Natural History. Volume X (of 10)|Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon