1. ghetto

noun. ['ˈgɛtoʊ'] formerly the restricted quarter of many European cities in which Jews were required to live.


  • birth

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Rhymes with Ghetto

  • dibenedetto
  • debenedetto
  • carbonetto
  • rigoletto
  • muffoletto
  • diloreto
  • benedetto
  • stiletto
  • segreto
  • pradetto
  • palmetto
  • libretto
  • brunetto
  • amaretto
  • veteto
  • rossetto
  • repetto
  • raffetto
  • peveto
  • perfetto
  • moretto
  • loretto
  • loreto
  • giannetto
  • barretto
  • barreto
  • balletto
  • cueto
  • aceto
  • seto

How do you pronounce ghetto?

Pronounce ghetto as ˈgɛtoʊ.

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Sentences with ghetto

1. Adjective
The ghetto bounce drop-and-rise is different, with each move made on a half beat.

2. Noun, singular or mass
In Venice, you can see what remains of the medieval Jewish ghetto, the first in Europe.

Quotes about ghetto

1. We hope we are moving toward a world where sexual orientation is not an issue, because we hate the idea of a gay ghetto. I think that it's a real shame that people become restricted by their sexuality or define their whole lives by their sexuality.
- Neil Tennant

2. There's no success story. Everybody's got a ghetto story. You always want to make it bigger than what it is.
- Bernie Mac

2. ghetto

noun. ['ˈgɛtoʊ'] any segregated mode of living or working that results from bias or stereotyping.


  • nonbeing

3. ghetto

noun. ['ˈgɛtoʊ'] a poor densely populated city district occupied by a minority ethnic group linked together by economic hardship and social restrictions.


  • multiply