[gar-uh-bawl-dee; Italian gah-ree-bahl-dee] /ˌgær əˈbɔl di; Italian ˌgɑ riˈbɑl di/
[juh-sep-ee;; Italian joo-zep-pe] /dʒəˈsɛp i;; Italian dʒuˈzɛp pɛ/ (Show IPA), 1807–82, Italian patriot and general.
a woman’s loose blouse with long sleeves popular in the 1860s, copied from the red flannel shirt worn by Garibaldi’s soldiers
(Brit) a type of biscuit having a layer of currants in the centre
Giuseppe (dʒuˈzɛppe). 1807–82, Italian patriot; a leader of the Risorgimento. He fought against the Austrians and French in Italy (1848–49; 1859) and, with 1000 volunteers, conquered Sicily and Naples for the emerging kingdom of Italy (1860)
1862, blouse worn by women in imitation of red shirts worn by followers of Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882), liberator of Italy.
- Giuseppe mazzini
[maht-tsee-nee, mahd-dzee-; English mat-see-nee, mad-zee-] /mɑtˈtsi ni, mɑdˈdzi-; English mætˈsi ni, mædˈzi-/ noun 1. Giuseppe [joo-zep-pe] /dʒuˈzɛp pɛ/ (Show IPA), 1805–72, Italian patriot and revolutionary. /Italian matˈtsiːni/ noun 1. Giuseppe (dʒuˈzɛppe). 1805–72, Italian nationalist. In 1831, in exile, he established the Young Italy association in Marseille, which sought to unite Italy as a republic. In […]
/ˈdʒiːəʊ/ noun 1. an older variant of geo
[gin-zoh] /ˈgɪn zoʊ/ noun, plural ginzoes. Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive. 1. a contemptuous term used to refer to a person of Italian origin or descent. adjective : What ginzo broad didn’t? noun [1931+; fr Guinea]
/Italian ˈɡindzbʊrɡ/ noun 1. Natalia (nataˈliːa). 1916–91, Italian writer and dramatist. Her books include The Road to the City (1942), Voices in the Evening (1961), and Family Sayings (1963)