signorino [seen-yaw-ree-noh; Italian see-nyaw-ree-naw] ExamplesWord Origin 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.
Origin of signorino 1325–75; Italian; diminutive of signore signore1; see -ine1 Examples from the Web for signorino Historical Examples of signorino
Signorino Marchesino, I do when I have any soldi to buy them with.
There is that strange lady from the Prado that you took him to see, Signorino.
“Oh, no, signorino—at least—I am not sure,” the man faltered.
There were no ghosts, but what was the signorino doing all this while in an empty house?
The signorino is an American and he has an unpronounceable name.