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Bambino is an Italian word meaning 'little boy'. The feminine is 'bambina'. It can refer to:

  • One of the nicknames of baseball legend Babe Ruth. Template:Seealso
  • Bambino, a song by music band Code Red
  • Bambino, a song by Dalida.
  • Bambino, the name given in art to the image of the infant Jesus.
  • Bambino Handheld Games, a company that produced several electronic video games in the early 1980s.
  • In New Zealand, Bambina refers to a Fiat 500 car.
  • Bambino!, a Japanese manga and drama series starring Matsumoto Jun.
  • A brand of adult diapers marketed to infantilists.
  • Bambino, a breed of hairless cat.
  • Bambina, a song by Lara Fabian, included in the album "Nue".
  • Bambino, a flaky, crispy, warm food pocket filled with delicious ingredients made at Pickett's Bambino.
  • bambino, is also the name for Bud Spencer's famous character in the two western movies, They call me trinity and Trinity is still my name.
  • Bambino, is also a brand of sparkling wine.


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Contents

Italian

Etymology

From onomatopoeia bambo for the first stammerings of children.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: [bamĖˆbino]

Noun

bambino m. (plural bambini) (feminine: bambina)

  1. child, baby, toddler (of unspecified sex)
  2. (baby) boy, young boy
  3. Breed of short hairless cats

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