[duh see-kuh; Italian de see-kah]
- Vit·to·rio [vi-tawr-ee-oh, -tohr-; Italian veet-taw-ryaw] /vɪˈtɔr iˌoʊ, -ˈtoʊr-; Italian vitˈtɔ ryɔ/, 1901–74, Italian motion-picture director, producer, and actor.
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Examples from the Web for sica
Sica had said that he would accompany me; but he has left Brundisium.The Letters of Cicero, Volume 1
Marcus Tullius Cicero
"Were it not for the 'sica,' which I brought, he would have slain me," said Vinicius.Quo Vadis
Cicero names the person, Sica, who had shown him hospitality near Vibo.
Plutarch calls him Οὐίβιος Σικελὸς ἀνήρ, as if he had mistaken the name Sica.
They were called Sicarii, from the short dagger, sica, with which they secretly slew their opponents.A Thousand Years of Jewish History
Maurice H. (Maurice Henry) Harris
- See de Sica
- Vittorio (vitˈtɔːrjo). 1902–74, Italian film actor and director. His films, in the neorealist tradition, include Shoeshine (1946) and Bicycle Thieves (1948)
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