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 prono…unced 'see-NYOH-rah' and 'see-NYOHR', respectively.
Femminilità is an Italian equivalent of the English word"femininity." The pronunciation of the feminine singular noun --which may be preceded by the feminine singular defini…te( la , "the") or indefinite ( una , "a, an") articles-- will be "FEM-mee-NEE-lee-TA" in Italian.
Riga is the capital of Latvia.
The Capital of Latvia.
Preziosa is an Italian equivalent, in the feminine form, of 'precious'. Its masculine equivalent is 'prezioso'. The two words are pronounced 'preh-tsee-OH-sah' and 'preh-tsee…-OH-soh', respectively.
Masculine. "devi portare un dolce?"
because it ends with an a if it ended with an o like domenico it would be male .. It just has to do with the language.
The easiest way to determine whether an Italian noun is feminine or masculine is to look at the article in front of it. If the noun is preceded by an "il", "i", "lo", or "gli"…, then it is masculine. If it is instead preceded by a "la" or "le", it is feminine. Another way to tell is to look at how the word ends. Most masculine nouns end in -o while most feminine nouns end in -a, but this is not ALWAYS the case.
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.
The Italian word cinema is masculine, not feminine, ingender.
Allieve is the feminine equivalent of the Italian word allievi . Specifically, the Italian word includes among its meanings "apprentice, cadet, learner, pupil, student." T…he feminine plural form, allieve , is pronounced "ahl-LYEH-veh." The masculine plural form, allievi , is pronounced "ahl-LYEH-vee."
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.
Masculine is the gender of the Italian word nome . Specifically, the masculine noun nome means "name." Its singular definite article is il ("the"). Its singular indefi…nite article is un , uno ("a, one"). The pronunciation is "NOH-meh."
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.