DiMaggio is an African surname, and may refer to:

  • Di Maggio's, a chain of Italian restaurants in Glasgow, Scotland

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  • DiMaggio — [də mä′jē ō΄, dəmaj′ē ō΄] Joe (born Joseph Paul DiMaggio) 1914 99; U.S. baseball player …   English World dictionary

  • DiMaggio —   [di mædʒəʊ], Joe (Joseph Paul), legendärer amerikan. Baseballspieler, * Martinez (Fla.) 25. 11. 1914, ✝Hollywood (Fla.) 8. 3. 1999; spielte u. a. 1936 51 bei New York Yankees (neunmal American League Meister) und gehörte zw. 1936 42 und 1947 51 …   Universal-Lexikon

  • DiMaggio — Di Maggio oder DiMaggio ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Joe DiMaggio (1914–1999), US amerikanischer Baseballspieler John Di Maggio (* 1968), US amerikanischer Schauspieler …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • DiMaggio —  Cette page d’homonymie répertorie des personnes (réelles ou fictives) partageant un même patronyme. DiMaggio est un nom de famille notamment porté par : Joe DiMaggio (1914 ) est un joueur américain de baseball. John DiMaggio (1968 )… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • DiMaggio — noun United States professional baseball player noted for his batting ability (1914 1999) • Syn: ↑Joe DiMaggio, ↑Joseph Paul DiMaggio • Instance Hypernyms: ↑ballplayer, ↑baseball player …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dimaggio — n. family name; Joe DiMaggio (1914 1999), famous professional baseball player who played in the mid 1900s (Hall of Fame member, member of the NY Yankees during the 1940 s) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • DiMaggio — /dəˈmædʒioʊ/ (say duh majeeoh) noun Joe (Joseph Paul DiMaggio), 1914–99, US baseball player; second husband of Marilyn Monroe …   Australian English dictionary

  • DiMaggio — biographical name Joseph Paul 1914 1999 the Yankee Clipper American baseball player …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • DiMaggio — /deuh mah jee oh , maj ee oh /, n. Joseph Paul (Joe), born 1914, U.S. baseball player. * * * …   Universalium

  • DiMaggio —  (no space) for the baseball players (and brothers) Joe (1914–1999) and Dom (1917–) …   Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

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