Definition for segni (2 of 2)
noun, plural se·gni [seyn-yee, sen-yee; Italian se-nyee] /ˈseɪn yi, ˈsɛn yi; Italian ˈsɛ nyi/. Music.
Origin of segno
Examples from the Web for segni
At the same time, said Segni, “The left in Italy that supports Hamas must also reflect on their actions.”
Madame Segni also, the Eve of the day before, sang this time in Italian and right well.Louis Spohr's Autobiography|Louis Spohr
He then traversed the frontier, but had not penetrated far into the Campagna when he received tidings of the fall of Segni.History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain.|William H. Prescott
Thus ended their first day in Segni, and their first Sunday in the Campagna.
I can therefore give only the description of Segni as transcribed by Zanon556.
Segni was nephew of the Gonfalonier Capponi, and shared the anxieties of the moderate liberals during the siege of Florence.Renaissance in Italy, Volume 1 (of 7)|John Addington Symonds