- An·to·nio [ahn-taw-nyaw] /ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/, 1891–1972, Italian teacher, lawyer, and statesman: president 1962–64.
[seyn-yoh, sen-yoh; Italian se-nyaw]
- a sign.
- a sign or mark at the beginning or end of a section to be repeated.
Origin of segno
1905–10; < Italian < Latin signum a sign
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But, if such there be, they do not force themselves on the eye on one's entrance into Segni.
Segni belongs to the same class of hill-fortress as Norba, not the same class as Cori.
Gavignano was the scene of the third festival; it is a small town, lying at the foot of Segni.
The visitor to Segni will find difficulties in studying the history on the spot second only to those which he finds at Norba.
And at its eastern end the hill rises to form a truer akropolis, with a steeper path up to it, than can be seen at Segni or Norba.
- music a sign at the beginning or end of a section directed to be repeatedSymbol: , :S:
Italian: a sign, from Latin signum
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