[pat-ee; for 1 also Italian paht-tee]
- A·de·li·na [ah-de-lee-nah] /ˌɑ dɛˈli nɑ/, Adela Juana Maria Patti, 1843–1919, Italian operatic soprano, born in Spain.
- a female given name.
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Examples from the Web for patti
Patti, in fact, bragged that she made phone calls to every senator to support the push to defund the Affordable Care Act.At the Values Voter Summit, It’s YOLO Conservatism
October 12, 2013
(5) The Best Friend: According to her daughter Amber, "Mom's best friend is Patti Kraft, whose father-in-law owns the Patriots."13 Things You Didn’t Know About Wendy Davis
August 15, 2013
“Doug was somebody you just rooted for, and Patti Mayonnaise was this great tomboy girl,” Shulman says.
You see, we were all Doug Funnie and Patti Mayonnaise was our girl.
Patti Smith gave support by taking a photograph with a sign that said: “We are all Chapulcu.”Smiling Under a Cloud of Tear Gas: Elif Shafak on Istanbul’s Streets
June 11, 2013
She rides like a lion, and I'd rather hear her laugh than I'd listen to Patti.'Lord Kilgobbin
Why, do you know that Eitel used to be butler for Patti in his youth?Miss Pat at School
He then, on the 27th May, arrived in Garbyang in Byans patti.In the Forbidden Land
Arnold Henry Savage Landor
Madame Patti had been singing, and they were all waiting for their carriages.The Real Thing and Other Tales
She had more bouquets than Patti used to get when you and I were running about town.The Smart Set
- Adelina (adeˈliːna). 1843–1919, Italian operatic coloratura soprano, born in Spain
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