Zerilli reportedly held the rank as capo, or captain, when he came out, though he is said by some to have served as underboss.
Her father was reputedly a capo in the Bonanno crime family.
Today the target is hedge funds, and Steve Cohen is the capo di capo.
On their right, beneath the mountain, lay the little village of capo del Marte, a perfect specimen of Italian scenery.
I suppose that it is called capo delle Gatte in reference to these cats.
A capo broke it in pieces and removed the ducal cap from his head.
He had been chief of the Quarantia; three times a capo of the Ten.
Osmond answered nothing at first; but presently, while he warmed his boot-sole, "I don't care a fig for capo di Monte!"
The capo's authority was shaken in a paranza which was a paranza no longer.
The chief of each guild, the capo d'arte exacted implicit obedience.
The head of a local unit of the Mafia; Mafia captain: identified as Mafia capo by whatever's current crime commission
[fr Italian, ''head, chief'']