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signore

noun si·gno·re \sēn-ˈyr-(ˌ)ā\
plural si·gno·ri \-ˈyr-(ˌ)ē\

Definition of SIGNORE

:  signor

Origin of SIGNORE

Italian
First Known Use: 1594

Other Forms of Address Terms

appellation, beatitude, brethren, emeritus, esquire, sire, sous

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July 02, 2015
apprehension Hear it
comprehension or the fear of future evil
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