[maht-tsee-nee, mahd-dzee-; English mat-see-nee, mad-zee-] /mɑtˈtsi ni, mɑdˈdzi-; English mætˈsi ni, mædˈzi-/
[joo-zep-pe] /dʒuˈzɛp pɛ/ (Show IPA), 1805–72, Italian patriot and revolutionary.
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 1849 he was one of the triumvirate that ruled the short-lived Roman republic
/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)
[juh-koh-soh; Italian jaw-kaw-saw] /dʒəˈkoʊ soʊ; Italian dʒɔˈkɔ sɔ/ adjective, adverb, Music. 1. merry; playful.