noun bas·so \ˈba-(ˌ)sō, ˈbä-\
plural bassos or bas·si \ˈbä-ˌsē\

Definition of BASSO

:  a bass singer; especially :  an operatic bass
:  a low deep voice

Origin of BASSO

Italian, from Medieval Latin bassus, from bassus short, low
First Known Use: circa 1724

Rhymes with BASSO


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