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duomo

Syllabification: duo·mo
Pronunciation: /ˈdwōmō
 
/

Definition of duomo in English:

noun (plural duomos)

An Italian cathedral.
Example sentences
  • If we weren't touring some medieval fortress, drinking delicious red wine or visiting a duomo, we were on the bus headed to our next destination.
  • Macerata's duomo, or cathedral, has an unfinished facade that is nothing spectacular, and I prefer this view, the back of the church.
  • The small duomo of the Collegiata has a series of frescoes based on the life of Christ.

Origin

Italian, literally 'dome'.

Words that rhyme with duomo

chromo, Homo, majordomo, momo, Nkomo, promo, slo-mo

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