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magnifico

magnifico

noun mag·nif·i·co \mag-ˈni-fi-ˌkō\
plural mag·nif·i·coes or mag·nif·i·cos

Definition of MAGNIFICO

1
:  a nobleman of Venice
2
:  a person of high position

Origin of MAGNIFICO

Italian, from magnifico, adjective, magnificent, from Latin magnificus
First Known Use: 1573

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