urban

Definition funny of Catino:

urbanto haplessly throw into a pile or container

urbanfriend 1: "where do you like me to put these clothes?" friend 2: "just catino them into the closet."

songs

Songs about Catino:

songsCatino Blu by Alessandro Fiori from the Album Attento A Me Stesso

songsColtello E Catino by Azembla's Quartet from the Album Esquece Tudo O Que Te Disse

books

Books about Catino:

booksLa barchetta nel catino (Italian Edition) by Maura Bottini Imperiali (Jun 20, 2014)

booksIl catino di zinco by Margaret Mazzantini (Jan 1, 2014)

booksIl Chronicon farfense di Gregorio di Catino; Volume 1 (Italian Edition) by fl. 1100 Gregorio di Catino, Ugo conte 1847-1916 Balzani and d 1039 Ugo di Farfa (Oct 7, 2011)

booksIl Chronicon farfense di Gregorio di Catino; Volume 2 (Italian Edition) by fl. 1100 Gregorio di Catino, Ugo conte 1847-1916 Balzani and d 1039 Ugo di Farfa (Oct 7, 2011)

booksIl Chronicon Farfense Di Gregorio Di Catino (Italian Edition) by Ugo Balzani, Gregorio Di Catino and Ugo Di Farfa (Aug 31, 2012)

booksIl Chronicon farfense di Gregorio di Catino (Volume 33) (Italian Edition) by Gregorio di Catino (Jan 1, 1903)

booksFour Elements: Campo Catino (May 2006)

wiki

Wiki information Catino:

Poggio Catino
City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Location, Dated location

Poggio Catino is a comune in the Province of Rieti in the Italian region Latium, located about 45 kilometres northeast of Rome and about 20 kilometres southwest of Rieti. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 1,288 and an area of 15.0 square...

Gregory of Catino
Man, Deceased Person, Person

Gregory of Catino was a monk of the Abbey of Farfa and "one of the most accomplished monastic historians of his age." Gregory died shortly after 1130, possibly in 1133. Gregory was born into the family of the counts of Catino, a town near Farfa. His...