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put·ti

 (po͞o′tē)
n.
Plural of putto.

putti

- Cupids that make themselves useful, as in old paintings; the singular is putto.
See also related terms for useful.
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A stone putti holds his finger to his lips, a couple of cherubs play at a beehive, a tiny dog yaps incessantly.
The huge and magnificent porphyry sarcophagus of Constantia, daughter of Constantine who unified Christianity and made it the religion of his empire, is covered all over by a vine with grapes, among which naked little putti play.
Sadly, its sculptural base, which featured three putti, remains missing.
Putti Art Gallery, Riga For the exhibition, the graphic artist Roberts Kolcovs has prepared a variety of works, containing large scale paintings, ceramic masks, as well as graphic works that have been made during the last year.
Tenders are invited for Zone 1 to 7-In all school buildings in municipal ownership in work of Painting, Putti, Partition and Other Work.
Jones, Putti o Girdlestone por mencionar algunos, llevaron esta rama de la medicina por el camino por el que la conocemos hoy.
Similar results were found by Putti (2014), who reported more favorable results for the production variables of lettuce irrigated with magnetically treated water.
Britannia appears as a winged figure accompanied by an army of putti, all wearing the distinctive flying goggles of the RAF and scattering leaflets across the city.
Some are topped with putti, the chubby and winged children that are included in many Italian Renaissance paintings.
Conservators have removed layers of dirt on the woodwork and on the frieze--and ceiling-paintings of jewellery, putti, leaves, and flowers.
So book illustrations were often replete with acanthus leaves, scrolls, ribbons, banners, and playful angelic putti winging among clouds.