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niño

[ nee-nyaw; English neen-yoh ]

noun

, Spanish.
, plural ni·ños [nee, -nyaws, neen, -yohz].
  1. boy; child.


Niño

/ nēn /

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Example Sentences

The trick, of course, is to make it new, and somehow that is what Nino does.

The only evidence of Nino the clown—the red rubber nose and its Little Tramp mustache—lies on a nearby table.

Nino opens a trunk and begins extracting props—balloons, a cane, and a battered old trombone.

Papino, the last to leave the ring, casts a doubtful look at Nino, clearly worried about what mischief may soon ensue.

With any luck some court case will come along and Nino and the gang can bring back poorhouses.

He behaved to his audience as Nino Bixio behaved to his men on the Sicilian expedition.

Puff and Muff had been sent to bed downstairs, and only old Nino was allowed to come into the nursery.

Nino said that the sky matched Edith's dress and also her eyes, which reminded him of Lake Como.

She got up quite early, and took little Nancy primrosing in the woods; so Nino and Valeria went to the tennis tournament alone.

As she bent her head over a letter to her cousin Adle, Nino watched her with narrowing eyes.

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