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signorino

[ seen-yaw-ree-noh; Italian see-nyaw-ree-naw ]
/ ˌsin yɔˈri noʊ; Italian ˌsi nyɔˈri nɔ /
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noun, plural si·gno·ri·nos, Italian si·gno·ri·ni [see-nyaw-ree-nee]. /ˌsi nyɔˈri ni/.

a conventional Italian title of respect for a young man.

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Origin of signorino

1325–75; <Italian; diminutive of signore signore1; see -ine1
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