[ver-uh-zah-noh; Italian ver-rah-tsah-naw] /ˌvɛr əˈzɑ noʊ; Italian ˌvɛr rɑˈtsɑ nɔ/
[jaw-vahn-nee dah] /dʒɔˈvɑn ni dɑ/ (Show IPA), c1480–1527? Italian navigator and explorer.
Giovanni da (dʒoˈvanni da). ?1485–?1528, Florentine navigator; the first European to sight what was to become New York (1524)
[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.
- Give color to
see: lend color to
- Give cone
verb phrase give head (1970s+ Teenagers)
- Give credit
1. Also, extend credit. Trust someone to pay at some future time what he or she owes. For example, I haven’t enough cash this month, so I hope they’ll give me credit. This use of credit dates from the mid-1500s. 2. Acknowledge an accomplishment, as in They really should give her credit for the work […]