Definition of Putto

1. Noun. A representation, in a work of art (especially Renaissance or Baroque), of a small, naked, winged child; a cherub. ¹



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Definition of Putto

1. an infant boy in art [n -TI]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Putto

putting green
putting greens
putting in
putting iron
putting off
putting on
putting on the block
putting oneself in someone's place
putting out
putting someone in their place
putting to death
putting to rest
putting two and two together
putting up
puttings
putto (current term)
puttock
puttocks
putts
putty
putty in someone's fingers
putty in someone's hands
putty in the hands of someone
putty knife
puttying
puttyless
puttylike
puttyroot
puttyroots
putu

Literary usage of Putto

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1. History of the Church of England: From the Abolition of the Roman Jurisdiction by Richard Watson Dixon (1885)
"putto recanted: and was served with a full cup of repentance. He carried a faggot not only at Paul's Cross, but in his own city, with no less shame than if ..."

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