Giordano



[jawr-dah-noh; Italian jawr-dah-naw] /dʒɔrˈdɑ noʊ; Italian dʒɔrˈdɑ nɔ/

noun
1.
Luca
[loo-kuh;; Italian loo-kah] /ˈlu kə;; Italian ˈlu kɑ/ (Show IPA), (“Luca Fapresto”) 1632–1705, Italian painter.
2.
Umberto
[oo m-ber-toh,, uhm-;; Italian oom-ber-taw] /ʊmˈbɛr toʊ,, ʌm-;; Italian umˈbɛr tɔ/ (Show IPA), 1867–1948, Italian composer of operas.

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