noun plural -vos or -vi (Italian -vi)
Word Origin for divo
Examples from the Web for divo
Historical Examples of divo
He is the divo that makes all the music you hear on instruments—on harps and violins and pianos.
Lordy, well, the deed's done—an' I reckon he'll threaten to divo'ce me when he sees it—till he reads the inscription.Moriah's Mourning and Other Half-Hour Sketches
Ruth McEnery Stuart
"There's others wanted a divo'ce," said Ariela, speaking to the wooden stool.Whirligigs
Divo Pan is the divo who makes all the music that you hear out of doors,—the music of the wind and the water and the bird-songs.
"Divo—Pan," said Annunziata, dividing the word in two, and always with an air of excessive caution.