from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A genus of crustaceans.
- noun A genus of lepidopterous insects, of the family Zygænidæ: synonymous with Procris.
- noun A genus of coleopterous insects.
- noun A genus of mollusks.
- noun The Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian form of the suffix -in, -ine, occurring in some nouns more or less current in English, as in albino, bambino, casino, merino, etc.
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Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal 'ino is an Italian sandwich bar located in the West Village.
Ia ia e pule ana iloko ona iho, hiki koke mai la ka ino nui maluna o lakou, a pono ole ka manao o na mea waa.
HOE PUNA _i ka wa'a pololo a ka ino: mele_ for the _hula ala'a-papa_ 70
How we did try to say something! but they couldn't talk anything but in "ino" as aforesaid.
Eia nō na'e i kēia wā a kākou e 'ike nei, ke kipa hou mai nei kēia' ino 'o ka pepehi
It's a true cult open-faced sandwich, like 'ino's truffled egg toast, in the making; meanwhile, ramp madness continues.
I must not forget to remark that at every post where we changed horses and drivers, we had a pitched battle with the driver for more money than we had been told was the regular rate, and the carriage was surrounded with a perfect mob of ragged, shock-headed, black-eyed people, whose words all ended in "ino," and who raved and ranted at us till finally we paid much more than we ought, to get rid of them.
For 12 years, 'ino has been catering to West Village regulars who love the restaurant for a quick snack and its casual, friendly atmosphere.
Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal Owner Jason Denton calls 'ino a great date spot because of its small, intimate setting.
For twelve years, 'ino has been catering to West Village regulars who love the restaurant's casual atmosphere, intimate setting and Italian menu.