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What do you call a married Italian woman?
Frau and then her name- Frau Keller for example
In Italian a translation is signora . Always remember that depending on the context of your sentences, the translation can vary. There may also be slang terminology if you we…re to travel to Italy. Keep in mind that online translators may not always be correct, they are a reflection of the exact words you have typed in. You can see more, as well as other language translations for this word or phrase on answers.com at the following link: http://www.answers.com/mrs .
Una maritata is the Italian equivalent of 'a married woman'. It's a feminine gender noun that's pronounced 'OO-nah mah-ree-TAH-tah'. The masculine equivalent of 'a married ma…n' is 'un'ammogliato', which is pronounced 'oo-nah-moh-LYAH-toh'.
What do other Italian-Americans call a man who marries and takes care of a woman with another man's children--derogatory Italian slang term?
You call a woman which is not married in Spanish a mujer soltera . If you would like to pronounce it correctly go to google translate.com. Say you want to translate From Eng…lish to TO Spanish then type single woman and then where it says solo below it must have a sign of a speaker. That's how you Say single woman in Spanish.
A married woman can't have a boyfriend - it is their husband. However if they are having a secret relationship with another man then I don't think there's a word for it, but s…he would be having an affair.
a single woman with child
BRIDE In Spanish, she is called la novia. La novia can also mean the girlfriend, and the f iancÃ©e. After the wedding, she is la esposa - the wife.
ANSWER: You mean to tell me you don't know what to call a man who's having an affair with a married woman? Very funny indeed, ok then we call them boyfriend, and lovers to, …and that's it.
"Married woman" in English is donna sposata in Italian.
Una sposata e una non sposata is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "a married woman and a single woman." The feminine singular indefinite article, feminine singular… pronoun, conjunction, feminine singular indefinite article, and feminine singular pronoun also may be rendered tinto English as "one married woman and one single woman." The pronunciation will be "OO-na spo-ZA-ta ey OO-na nohn spo-ZA-ta" in Italian.