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Is the word Riga feminine in Italian?
It is angelo for both male and female. eg (Lei) é un angelo =She is an angel
gogola is italian from rigogola means golden oriole
'curieuse' is the feminine variation of 'curieux' in French.
Masculine is the gender of 'animali' in Italian. It's pronounced 'AH-nee-MAH-lee'. This is the plural form of the masculine noun. The singular form is 'animale', which is pro…nounced 'AH-nee-MAH-leh'.
it's a feminine word...the article is LA that becomes L' because of the vowel.
Masculine is the gender of the Italian word cognome . Specifically, the Italian word is a masculine noun that means "family name, last name, surname." Its singular defini…te article il means "the." Its singular indefinite article un , uno means "a, one." The pronunciation is "kohg-NOH-meh."
The Italian word papa, for "pope," is masculine.
Yes, the Italian word for "televison" is feminine in gender. The pronunciation of the feminine singular noun televisione will be "TEY-ley-vee-ZYO-ney" in Italian.
The Italian word cinema is masculine, not feminine, in gender.
Masculine. "devi portare un dolce?"
Signora is a feminine form of 'Signor'. It's a feminine gender noun that means 'Madam, Ma'am, lady'. Its masculine equivalent, 'Signor', means 'Sir, gentleman'. They're pr…onounced 'see-NYOH-rah' and 'see-NYOHR', respectively.
l'uva is feminine.
numbers in Italian are not masculine or feminine because they describe a noun. When used to say the date, the article is always il. For example, il 5 aprile.
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for a male or a female, such as male and female. The noun attitude is a neuter noun,… a word that has no gender.
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for a male or a female, such as male and female. The noun manager is a co…mmon gender noun, a word for a male or a female.