noun, plural si·gnors, Italian si·gno·ri [see-nyaw-ree] /siˈnyɔ ri/.
Origin of signor
Definition for signori (2 of 3)
noun, plural si·gno·ri [sin-yawr-ee, -yohr-ee; Italian see-nyaw-ree] /sɪnˈyɔr i, -ˈyoʊr i; Italian siˈnyɔ ri/.
Origin of signore1
Definition for signori (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for signori
In the courtyard of the Palace of the said Signori there is a life-size David, nude and in bronze.Lives of the Most Eminent Painters Sculptors and Architects|Giorgio Vasari
Well, signori miei, if you must know, it's just a perfect crystal.The Golden Bowl|Henry James
Let me tell you, Signori, two powerful motives led me—my convictions and my father's blood, which yet calls to me for vengeance.
Oh, signori, me no fader no moder; me nix mangiari seis journi!The Cruise of the Frolic|W.H.G. Kingston
They have a notion that it is the function in life of the Signori to amuse themselves.New Italian sketches|John Addington Symonds