- a Venetian nobleman.
- any person of high rank, major importance, etc.
Origin of magnifico
Related Words for magnificobeautiful, splashy, bright, impressive, elegant, brilliant, grand, magnificent, dazzling, superb, marvelous, sumptuous, lavish, lustrous, rich, gorgeous, ornate, imposing, baroque, aristocrat
Examples from the Web for magnifico
Historical Examples of magnifico
Supposing I am in contact with this magnifico, am I prepared?Vivian Grey
Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli
Then we must haue a Magnifico that must take vp the matter betwixt me and my wife.Kemps Nine Daies Wonder
The magnifico was in his chamber, and looked as aged as a man of eighty.Mark Gildersleeve
John S. Sauzade
It was the beginning of April 1492, and the Magnifico was only in his forty-fourth year.The Story of Florence
Edmund G. Gardner
He is obscure enough, and makes me sometimes wonder whether the ignotum does not pass itself off for the magnifico in his pages.The Letters of William James, Vol. 1
- a magnate; grandee