greco


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Wikipedia.
Related to greco: Greco Roman Wrestling

greco

[′grek·ō]
(meteorology)
An Italian name for the northeast wind.
References in periodicals archive ?
El Greco has cropped the wasteful tiled foreground.
A total of 17,200 proposals were submitted in the first year, enabling Bonafide to launch three times the number of products each month than when the adults were on their own, says Greco.
Greco began her career not as a domestic goddess but as a hard-hitting journalist who racked up national awards for her reporting on the drug trafficking trade in Miami.
The first major retrospective on the artist in twenty years, El Greco brings together about eighty paintings and spans the entirety of his career.
Years ago I learned an argument from the cagey philosopher Nelson Goodman called the El Greco Paradox, which could perhaps be generalized to deflect any effort at explaining away deviations from presumed norms as the result of ophthalmic disorder.
Whatever the significance (if any) of these odd similarities, they serve to call attention to one important fact: that even absent the proximity of the Beckmann show it is all but impossible for modern-day viewers to avoid filtering our perceptions of El Greco through our accumulated experience of modernist art.
At a party, after Greco finds the nerve to tell the hostess he met his partner during a sexual encounter in a park, she rewards his honesty by confessing to having worked as an escort when she met her husband.
No one knows for sure why El Greco moved from Italy to Spain.
El Greco painted more than one version of "the blower.
Here Greco conjured up a display of frenzied evil which made Steve Owen and Phil Mitchell look like Teletubbies.
And the big news is that without his silly facial hair, old Greco suffered from the Delilah syndrome.