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Commendatore (singular), Commendatori (plural), is an Italian word originating from the Latin phrase In commendam and meaning "commander". It may refer to:
Position, rank, title
- Commander (order) (Italian: Commendatore), the title of honour "Commander"
- Commander (military), the military rank, using the affectation of Italian wording for illicit forces
- Leader (person in command), a leader of a group of people, using the affectation of Italian wording for an aura of respect
- Il Commendatore (transl. Commendatore; aka Don Pedro), a character in the Mozart opera Don Giovanni
Arts and entertainment
- Killing Commendatore A 2017 novel written by Japanese writer Haruki Murakami
- Il Commendatore (sculpture), a statue in Prague
- Commendatori (TV episode) 2000 television episode of The Sopranos
Referenced in the Godfather Part 3 when Michael Corleone visits Paulo in Italy.
- Isdera Commendatore, the "Commendatore", a car model manufactured by Isdera
- Palazzo del Commendatore, Rome (Italian: Commander's Palace; Palace of the Knight Commander; transl. Commendatore), a building in Rome
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