[ pin-zuh; Italian peen-dzah ]
/ ˈpɪn zə; Italian ˈpin dzɑ /
E·zi·o [et-see-oh, ey-zee-oh; Italian e-tsyaw] /ˈɛt siˌoʊ, ˈeɪ ziˌoʊ; Italian ˈɛ tsyɔ/, 1895–1957, Italian basso, in the U.S.
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Examples from the Web for pinza
Pinza, however, finds here an exact parallel to Hera's peplos in Iliad, xiv.The World of Homer|Andrew Lang