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bergamasko

(ˌbɜːɡəˈmæskəʊ) or

bergamask

n
an inhabitant of Bergamo
adj
of or relating to Bergamo
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Already the dam of three winners, Bergamask also has a yearling colt by Shamardal, a filly foal by Cape Cross and has been tested in foal to first-season stallion Slade Power, according to the Darley website.
Could Stephano Sartorelli, a displaced Bergamask begging the streets of Venice in 1545 (according to the Provveditori della Sanita archives), have had more in common with an English vagrant than he did with an Italian gentleman?
The awkwardness of the moment was comically rescued by the incompetence of Snug (Robert Goodale) who ended up dancing on the wrong side of the stage and facing the opposite direction to everyone else in the bergamask.
The text is extraordinary on many counts, for the naturalness of the language, particularly the urban Venetian of the four women, two ladies and two servants (the two male characters, a porter speaking Bergamask, and a young Lombard speaking Italian, are more conventional).