noun, plural graf·fi·ti [gruh-fee-tee] /grəˈfi ti/.
Origin of graffito
Examples from the Web for graffito
The price of a wreath is given in a graffito as three asses (p. 497).
Each bore a stamp on the handle; the smaller had also a graffito on the rim of the bottom made by a succession of little dots.Roman Britain in 1914|F. Haverfield
For the wineshop in which the graffito was found, see Mau, Bull.
Word Origin and History for graffito
singular of graffiti (q.v.).