primo[ pree-moh; for 1, 2 also Italian pree-maw ]SEE DEFINITION OF primo
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRIMO
What matters it, then, if ours is called the Fourth Class and theirs the Primo.
Primo de Rivero then explained his position, which was curious.
The primo sargentos were abolished, the officers reinstated.
Primo, let us make sure she is a witch—secundo, let us take her to the Abbey.
Why should she think of me—or of anybody else, except the primo tenore, who was singing with her?
His chin drooped, and his glance fell on the lines just written: 'O mirabile giustizia di te, Primo Motore!'
The behaviour of the troops led against them in 1881 by General Primo de Rivera doubtless confirmed them in this repugnance.
Well described by Persoon, who also appears to have observed the plasmodium "primo rubra."
Sed et illi ipsi qui ita sentiunt, ob instabile magnetis indicium, in primo Meridiano, multum inter se dissentiunt.
Another sang a bar, primo basso, and the polished walls returned it, like the mellowed peals of a full-voiced organ.