[ Italian oom-ber-taw ]


  1. a male given name.

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Example Sentences

Umberto, who went by Albert, oversaw mob killings during his reign in the mid-1900s.

In a tucked-away grave marked with a flat, unassuming stone, Anastasio Umberto bears that distinction.

Rose is 69 and was waxing enthusiastic about interviewing Ehud Barak and Umberto Eco.

Umberto Eco dives deep into the weird, twisted story of 'The Protocols of the Elders of Zion' and risks raising old hates anew.

His most ardent and xenophobic political ally, Umberto Bossi, looks all but ready to bail.

Coretti asked his father whether Prince Umberto had his sword in his hand when he was with the regiment.

Umberto commanded the 16th division; Umberto was twenty-two years and so many days old; Umberto mounted a horse thus and so.

He climbed these without loss of time, and directed his steps towards the Cafe Umberto.

Umberto, the colonel commanding, is deceived by her, and allows her to pass through the lines.

The wish in me is that posterity shall be haunted by our dead heroes even as I am by Umberto.





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