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Numerology information Ciao:
Name Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive
Definition funny of Ciao:
The Italian term for "Hi" or "Bye"
Ciao Bella - Hi Beautiful/Bye Beautiful
italian greeting word, either hello or goodbye
Ciao bella - Hello girlfriend Ciao bello - goodbye boyfriend
Ciao was originally an Italian word meaning 'hello' or 'goodbye', but culturally diffused into various European nations with Romance languages. In the United States, it is commonly used by Spanish-speakers and French-speakers, in addition to Italian-speakers. When "ciao" is used by Americans, instead of looking sophisticated, they look like retards. So, if you're American.... just don't say it.
Spanish: Bueno, Mamá. Ya me voy. Ciao! French: Alors, Maman. Je me vais. Ciao! (OK, Mom. I'm leaving. Bye) An American saying Ciao: Ciao, darling. I'm a prick because i say 'Ciao' to sound sophisticated
an italian loan word meaning goodbye. if said by anyone who isn't from italy, it actually means, i think i'm better than you and act pretentious all the time because i think i'm much more interesting than i am. it usually is an invitation to punch them in the face before they leave so long as it isn't used ironically.
Songs about Ciao:
Edie (Ciao Baby) by The Cult from the Album Sonic Temple
Ti Dico Ciao by Laura Pausini from the Album Inedito (With Booklet) [+Digital Booklet]
Ciao Compare (From the Musical Production, "Breakfast At Tiffany's") by Robert Goulet from the Album Robert Goulet'S Greatest Hits
Bella Ciao by Motivés from the Album Motivés! - Chants de lutte
Ciao Bella (Album Version) by Don Omar from the Album iDon
Edie (Ciao Baby) (Edit) by The Cult from the Album Pure Cult
Buona Sera - Ciao Ciao by Mauro from the Album Buona Sera - Ciao Ciao
Books about Ciao:
Ciao! by Carla Federici and Carla Larese Riga (Nov 27, 2002)
Ciao! by Carla Larese Riga and Irene Phillips (Jan 1, 2013)
Ciao! by Carla Larese Riga (Jan 1, 2010)
Ciao, Carpaccio!: An Infatuation by Jan Morris (Nov 3, 2014)
Ciao Italia Family Classics: More than 200 Treasured Recipes from Three Generations of Italian Cooks by Mary Ann Esposito (Oct 25, 2011)
Ciao, Napoli: A Scrapbook of Wandering in Naples by Antoinette Carone and Jim Mauro (Sep 18, 2014)
The Ciao Bella Book of Gelato and Sorbetto: Bold, Fresh Flavors to Make at Home by F. W. Pearce and Danilo Zecchin (May 11, 2010)
Movies about Ciao:
Ciao! Manhattan 2011 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 31 mins Starring: Edie Sedgwick, Paul America, et al. Directed by: John Palmer and David Weisman
Madonna - Ciao Italia: Live from Italy 1999 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins Starring: Madonna, Patrick Leonard, Jai Winding, et al. Directed by: Egbert van Hees, Jeffrey Hornaday, et al.
Ciao, Professore! 1994 R - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins Starring: Paolo Villaggio, Isa Danieli, et al. Directed by: Lina Wertmüller
Bella Ciao 2007 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 43 mins Starring: Yal Abecassis, Isabelle Carr, et al. Directed by: Stephane Giusti
Ciao! Manhattan 2010 - Runtime: 1 hr 24 mins Starring: Edie Sedgwick, Paul America, et al. Directed by: John Palmer and David Weisman
Ciao 2008 R - Runtime: 1 hr 27 mins Starring: Adam Neal Smith and Alessandro Calza Directed by: Yen Tan
Ciao America! with i Monelli 2011 NR - Runtime: 46 mins Directed by: Vito Brancato
Wiki information Ciao:
Ciao is a Japanese shōjo manga magazine published by Shogakukan for young girls. The first issue was launched in 1977. As of 2009, the circulation was 815,455. Formerly, the magazine attached paper crafts, but now attaches various goods that are...
The word "ciao" is an informal salutation in the Italian language that is used for both "hello", "hi" and "goodbye". Originally from the Venetian language, it has entered the vocabulary of English and of many other languages around the world. Its...