Definition of Bambinos
1. bambino [n] - See also: bambino
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bambinos
Literary usage of Bambinos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Little Folk of Many Lands by Louise Jordan Miln (1899)
"For all time is high carnival to the bambinos, and for them Lent brings no ... But the bambinos take an active part in all the days and nights of Carnival. ..."
2. Public opinion and record of educated, titled and talented perpetrators of by Charles William Gregory (1856)
"Oh ! should the whole world abandon them, the Madonnas and bambinos will never ... If the Madonnas and bambinos are with them and for them, what diabolical ..."
3. The Poet at the Breakfast-table: He Talks with His Fellow-boarders and the by Oliver Wendell Holmes (1891)
"But one must have lived awhile among simple-minded pious Catholics to know what this poor waxen image and the whole baby-house of bambinos mean for a humble ..."
4. Curiosities of Popular Customs and of Rites, Ceremonies, Observances, and by William Shepard Walsh (1897)
"There are similar images known as bambinos in Catholic churches elsewhere. In England the most notable are preserved in the Trappist monasteries at ..."