Stradivari

noun
Stra·di·va·ri | \ˌstra-də-ˈvär-ē, -ˈver-\

Definition of Stradivari 

(Entry 1 of 2)

Stradivari

biographical name
Stra·di·va·ri | \ˌstra-də-ˈvär-ē, -ˈver-\

Definition of Stradivari (Entry 2 of 2)

Antonio 1644–1737 Latin Antonius Stradivarius \ˌstra-də-ˈver-ē-əs \ Italian violin maker

First Known Use of Stradivari

Noun

1902, in the meaning defined above

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