noun, plural se·con·di [si-kon-dee, -kohn-; Italian se-kawn-dee] /sɪˈkɒn di, -ˈkoʊn-; Italian sɛˈkɔn di/. Music.
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He himself was, naturally, primo tenore, being assisted by the younger Crivelli as the secondo.Garcia the Centenarian And His Times|M. Sterling Mackinlay
Secondo, the Sphinx is a woman as well as a winged lion, but the Rajput Sinhas never had anything effeminate in their characters.From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan|Helena Pretrovna Blavatsky
She had no second string to her bow, no secondo, no terzo, no patito.Massimilla Doni|Honore de Balzac
Its arrangement for four hands, however, is excellently done, with commendable attention to the interests of the secondo player.Contemporary American Composers|Rupert Hughes