[ val-uhn-tee-noh ]

  1. Rudolph Rodolpho d'Antonguolla, 1895–1926, U.S. motion-picture actor, born in Italy.

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How to use Valentino in a sentence

  • Both discount retail stores (Target) and high-end luxury brands (Valentino & YSL) have regularly enlisted him for campaigns.

  • I will raise me such an army as has never before been seen at any one time, and with this I shall seek out the Duca Valentino.

    Love-at-Arms | Raphael Sabatini
  • Agata, the village to which Guidobaldo fled by night when Valentino drove him from his dukedom.

    New Italian sketches | John Addington Symonds
  • Valentino and Castelvetro, not answering the citation, were excommunicated.

  • Aunt Caroline was devoting her moment of respite to a study of Signor Valentino.

    Good References | E. J. Rath
  • And Signor Valentino was gone in a rush of enthusiastic greeting.

    Good References | E. J. Rath

British Dictionary definitions for Valentino


/ (ˌvælənˈtiːnəʊ) /

  1. Rudolph, original name Rodolpho Guglielmi di Valentina d'Antonguolla. 1895–1926, US silent-film actor, born in Italy. He is famous for his romantic roles in such films as The Sheik (1921)

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