Soldo Sol"do, n.; pl. {Soldi}. [It. See {Sou}.] A small Italian coin worth a sou or a cent; the twentieth part of a lira. [1913 Webster]

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  • şoldi — ŞOLDÍ, şoldesc, vb. IV. tranz. (pop.) A vătăma un animal la şolduri, lovindu l sau supunându l unor eforturi prea mari. ♦ refl. fig. (Despre lucruri) A se lăsa într o parte; a se strâmba. – Din Şold. Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX …   Dicționar Român

  • Soldi — Soldi, Raúl …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Soldi — Recorded in many spellings including Izard, Izzard, Izatt, Izatson, Izod, (English), Isold, Isolde, Isolt (French) Isoldi, Isotti, Soldi (Italian) Eisold and Eisolt (German) Zold, Zolde, Zolt, (Hungary) and others, this is a surname of pre 6th… …   Surnames reference

  • şoldí — vb., ind. prez. 1 sg. şi 3 pl. şoldésc, imperf. 3 sg. şoldeá; conj. prez. 3 sg. şi pl. şoldeáscã …   Romanian orthography

  • soldi — n. former Italian copper coin …   English contemporary dictionary

  • soldi — plural form of soldo …   English new terms dictionary

  • soldi — plural of soldo …   Useful english dictionary

  • SOLDI (Soldi-Colbert), EMILE-ARTHUR — (1846–1906), French medalist of Danish descent whose real name was Soldyck. At the age of 23 Soldi received the Grand Prix de Rome in medal engraving. An amazingly versatile man, he was an archaeologist and sculptor as well, being also noted in… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Soldi, Raúl — ► (1905 94) Pintor argentino. Autor de los decorados del Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Raúl Soldi — (1905 in Buenos Aires, Argentina ndash; 1994) was an Argentine painter whose work treated various subjects, including landscapes, portraits, the theater and the circus, and nature. His theatrical figures are renowned for their melancholy… …   Wikipedia

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