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[ahn-taw-nyaw] /ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/ (Show IPA), 1891–1972, Italian teacher, lawyer, and statesman: president 1962–64.
a sign.
a sign or mark at the beginning or end of a section to be repeated.
Contemporary Examples

At the same time, said Segni, “The left in Italy that supports Hamas must also reflect on their actions.”
Italy Suddenly Gets Ugly for Jews Barbie Latza Nadeau July 28, 2014

Historical Examples

The fall of Segni caused the greatest consternation in the capital.
History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain. William H. Prescott

But, if such there be, they do not force themselves on the eye on one’s entrance into Segni.
Studies of Travel: Italy Edward A. Freeman

The next day we reached Segni, a Pelasgic city on the very highest peak of the Volscian mountains.
The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6 Augustus J. C. Hare

Segni belongs to the same class of hill-fortress as Norba, not the same class as Cori.
Studies of Travel: Italy Edward A. Freeman

I can therefore give only the description of Segni as transcribed by Zanon556.
A History of Inventions, Discoveries, and Origins, Volume II (of 2) Johann Beckman

Segni was nephew of the Gonfalonier Capponi, and shared the anxieties of the moderate liberals during the siege of Florence.
Renaissance in Italy, Volume 1 (of 7) John Addington Symonds

And at its eastern end the hill rises to form a truer akropolis, with a steeper path up to it, than can be seen at Segni or Norba.
Studies of Travel: Italy Edward A. Freeman

Segni is far more lively than Nardi, while he is not less painstaking to be accurate.
Renaissance in Italy, Volume 1 (of 7) John Addington Symonds

Nardi is more sincerely Piagnone than either Segni or Varchi.
Renaissance in Italy, Volume 1 (of 7) John Addington Symonds

noun (pl) -gni (-njiː; Italian) (-ɲɲi)
(music) a sign at the beginning or end of a section directed to be repeated segno, :S:


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