[be-nyah-mee-naw] /ˌbɛ nyɑˈmi nɔ/ (Show IPA), 1890–1957, Italian operatic tenor.
Contemporary Examples

After all, who would want to become a horrible Hollywood cliché—a la Shanghai Surprise or Gigli.
Zoe Kazan Talks About Starring in ‘Ruby Sparks,’ Grandfather Elia Kazan, & More Marlow Stern July 25, 2012

A big reason that Gigli bombed with audiences is that it received a mountain of bad buzz prior to its release.
A Look Back at ‘Gigli,’ the Infamous Bennifer-Starring Film, on Its 10th Anniversary Marlow Stern July 31, 2013

What Happened To Director Martin Brest By Matt Patches, Playboy He directed Beverly Hills Cop, Midnight Run and, yes, Gigli.
The Daily Beast’s Best Longreads, Dec 22-28, 2014 William Boot December 27, 2014

Historical Examples

This, however, is made subsidiary in Gigli’s edition to a division of them according to the persons to whom they were addressed.
A Decade of Italian Women, vol. I (of 2) T. Adolphus Trollope

Beniamino (benjaˈmiːno). 1890–1957, Italian operatic tenor


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