Menotti

[muh-not-ee; Italian me-nawt-tee]
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noun

Gian Car·lo [jahn kahr-loh; Italian jahn kahr-law] /dʒɑn ˈkɑr loʊ; Italian dʒɑn ˈkɑr lɔ/, 1911–2007, U.S. composer, born in Italy.

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Historical Examples of menotti

  • "I am afraid my little boy is naughty to-night," Mrs. Menotti admonished him.

    Heimatlos

    Johanna Spyri

  • He had not noticed Mrs. Menotti, and was going directly to the house when she called to him.

    Heimatlos

    Johanna Spyri

  • Mrs. Menotti had a more truly friendly manner toward him than anybody else, and he was fully sensible of her kindness.

    Rico and Wiseli

    Johanna Spyri

  • Menotti, for his part, conceived the idea of a united Italian state under the duke.

  • She only found out that Stineli was a girl whose name was Stineli, and that she was coming to Mrs. Menotti.

    Rico and Wiseli

    Johanna Spyri



British Dictionary definitions for menotti

Menotti

noun

Gian Carlo (dʒan ˈkarlo). 1911–2007, Italian composer, in the US from 1928. His works include the operas The Medium (1946), The Consul (1950), Amahl and the Night Visitors (1951), and Giorno di Nozze (1988)
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