Questa categoria è per le domande poste in lingua italiana. This category is for questions asked in the Italian language.
Questa categoria è per le domande poste in lingua italiana. This category is for questions asked in the Italian language.
possibly, but I have seen no evidence to indicate it: unless the Italian person also happens to be jewish.
No, English and Italian names may be pronounced quite differently in the respective languages. Sometimes, native speakers try to preserve the original language's pronunciation rules. Other times, they adapt the word to their own language's pronunciation rules. So Italian names that follow Italian speaking emigrants/immigrants may be pronounced so differently that the spelling changes over time in the new homeland.
Yes, 'Nino' is used in Italian as a nickname, a term of affection for someone who's part of the close circle of family and friends. It's pronounced 'NEE-noh'. The feminine equivalent, 'Nina', is pronounced 'NEE-nah'.
No, Delong and DeLong aren't Italian names. The article 'de' means 'of, from' in French. The equivalent in Italian is 'di'. But it may have started out as an Italian name that was translated into French by Italians who decided to settle in France or French speaking areas of Italy. For example, the Dutch last name 'Vanderbie' originally comes from Italy. The family was 'Abella' in the Genoa/Pisa area of north Italy. The name became… Read More
I am not sure if I can tell you the traditional way of celebrating but I can tell you how the Romans celebrated and rang in the New Year in 2005! We celebrated New Years Eve in 2005 in Rome and It was beautiful! It was very wild next to the Spanish Steps in Rome where everyone gathered. After the New Years rang in people threw plates, fireworks and many jumped in the fountains!
It depends on the Region, but for the most part Italians have Olive Skin with either brown/green or Hazel eyes. There are however many Italians that are Blond Hair Blue Eyes. It is Ignorant to believe that all Italians are dark skinned or Brunettes.
Dove means where. The elided dov'è means where (...) is.
Phonetically, the pronunciation would be (too-cha-ro-knee). In italian, the c followed by an 'e' or 'i' makes a "ch" sound in english. This is why instead of se-uh, the middle of the word is cha.
Everybody is different, not everybody has the same eye colour
Those Italians who are practicing Roman Catholics will eat whatever they've set up as their Lenten fare. This year, in 2010, Roman Catholics observe the beginning of Lent on Wednesday, February 17. According to the Roman Catholic calendar, Lenten observations end on Saturday, April 3. So March 18 falls on a Thursday, somewhere between half and two-thirds of the way through Lent. It's the feast day of St Cyril of Jerusalem [c. 313-386], who is… Read More
The Italian language grew out of the interaction between speakers of the ancient Latin language and speakers of ancient local languages. That's why the Italian of one region is different from the Italian of another. As an example, Latin interacted with the Etruscan language in much of northern Italy. As another example, it interacted with the Greek language in some pockets along coastal Italy.
Pepito Pignatelli was an Italian musician. He was a jazz musician for whom a popular jazz club was named in Rome. He played drums.
Genoa is the capital of the province of Liguria.
Yes, the name 'Boscarino' may be an Italian last name. The beginning syllables 'bosc-' refer to 'woods'. The suffix '-ino' is a diminutive of endearment ['dear, little,' etc.]. It's pronounced 'boh-skah-REE-noh'.
If im Italian Why is my last name Archibald? Please help me!! click ''Improve'' to answer!!
The name 'Susan' is neither Irish nor Italian. Instead, 'Susan' is the English form of the name. The Irish form is 'Sosaidh' or 'Siusaidh'. The Italian form is 'Susana' or 'Susanna'. But not one of the three forms above represents the name in its original form. Instead, the name is of ancient Middle Egyptian and Hebrew origin. Specifically, the first recorded use of the original word is from around 2000 B.C.E., as 'sÅ¡n' ['lotus flower']… Read More
No, il pianista Colin Romoff non è ancora vivo. Egli era nato il 15 ottubre 1924 a Brooklyn e morì il 4 febbraio 2007 a New York. Fu il primo marito di Judy Tyler (Judith Mae Hess, 9 ottubre 1932 - 3 luglio 1957), co-interprete di Elvis Presley (8 gennaio 1935 - 16 agosto 1977) nel Jailhouse Rock (Il delinquente del rock and roll).
The Italian people have somewhat varied European origins apart from the originalAncient Italic peoples: Northern Italy had a strong Celtic presence in Cisalpine Gaul until the Romans conquered and colonized the area in the second century; the central portion of the Italian peninsula was inhabited by the Etruscans and Italic people; and southern Italy and Sicily was settled significantly by Greeks (see Magna Graecia). The Romans took the entire peninsula and preserved common unity until… Read More
The urn of fate is a wrapped bowl that contains gifts for everyone in the family on Christmas.
Italians have made great progress in the United States of America. Many are the descendants of immigrants of the 19th century. Through no fault of their own, many of these immigrants barely had survived in the homeland. But the will to survive accompanied them on their voyage to their new homeland. They never let go of that determination, and it served them in good stead. In their new homeland, some found work in businesses that… Read More
Christmas Eve is when Italian children leave their shoes out. They're left to be filled by Babbo Natale. The words in Italian are pronounced 'BAHB-boh nah-TAH-leh', and represent the Italian equivalent of 'Santa Claus'.
Younger Italians spend their weekdays at school. In the evening, they may be at home, because of the amount of homework that's given out by their teachers. On weekends, they get together with family and friends for fun activities. If they're religious, they fit religious services and training into their week and weekend. Older Italians spend their weekdays at work or in and out of the home. Those Italians who don't work tend to spend… Read More
18 is the age at which Italians legally may marry. They may marry at 16 with the court's consent. Despite these provisions, Italians tend to marry later. Recent research indicates that males tend to be around 30, and females around 27, at the time of first marriages.
Locale primatist 74 e' una discoteca ad erba frequentata da un pubblico adulto,bellissima location. In consolle la migliore animazione e i migliori artisti del panorama nazionale. Possibilta' di organizzare eventi aziendali, prenotare tavoli a cena e in discoteca. Omaggio Donna fino alla 1 ogni venerdi' e sabato!
Un bacio si dice in inglese "a kiss" o "one kiss." Se lo sa dal contesto. Indipendentemente dal significato, la gente vuol pronunciare la frase "uh keess" o "wuhn keess" in inglese.
Macchiavelli, Il principe. In the book "the prince".
moula johns are disliked by people from the old country because they don't see eye to eye on cultural differences.
Oggi la ho vista con una felpa verde tendente all'arcobaleno
Filippo Brunelleschi was an Italian.
In the US, they charge 35 cent per word for written translations.
Among what Italy and the Americas have in common are ancientmountains of cultural significance, cities of international importance, coastal economies, Italian food, people of Italian heritage, and Roman Catholicism. As an example, Italy is home to part of the Alps and to the Apennines. Latin America has the Andes Mountains. The United States of America boasts the Rockies. For example, Italy has Rome. Latin America has Buenos Aires, Argentina, as a city of Italian immigrants… Read More
That suffix originates from Latin.
The Italian family tends to be traditional in the way in which it's organized and operates. For example, children tend to grow up in a two parent family. They also tend to grow up with steady interactions with their extended family of aunts and uncles, cousins, nephews and nieces, and grandparents.
No, the Neapolitan Riviera is not a town or a city. Specifically, it is that part in and around the southern Italian city of Naples that is on the coast. The English word "Neapolitan" means "pertaining or related to Naples." The word "riviera" is an Italian feminine noun that originally referred to that part of coastal Italy bordering the Ligurian Sea. Nowadays, the term is used to refer to any part of Italy that is… Read More
Italians usually have breakfast as soon as they wake up, lunch at 1o'clock and dinner at 8 o' clock in the evening. people also have snacks in between.
such of lawyer
La traduzione delle parole "Would like to be" dipende dalla persona. La risposta può essere Vorrei essere, Voresti essere o Vorebbe essere nel singolare. Si dice Vorremmo essere, Voreste essere o Vorebbero essere nel plurale.
Medicine (drug) that opposes to the effects of drugs ?
What are the countries where racism still is a serious problem?
In how much time one heals of (from) keratitis?
ciao bella. com'e' andata la tua giornata? what you put above had to have come from an online translator which are completely wrong 98% of the time.
Molto denaro è stato speso, ma poco è stato fatto.
il volo di domani casablanca milano malpenza ci sarà?
Ragionevole Ã¨ il contrario di ridicolo. Specificamente, una persona ridicola provoca derisione, ilaritÃ o scherno. In modo contrastante, una persona ragionevole suscita rispetto.
What are the functions of the body parts of a seal ?
Dino Buzzati Traverso [16x1906 - 28i1972], scrittore, pittore e giornalista dal comune italiano di San Pellegrino di Belluno, ha scritto 'Il deserto dei Tartari' nel 1940.
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio [29ix1571 - 18vii1610] Ã¨ il nome completo di Caravaggio, pittore dal comune italiano di Milano.
Fermo Merisi e Lucia Aratori erano i genitori di Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio [29ix1571 - 18vii1610], pittore dal comune italiano di Milano.
Georges du Mesnil de la Tour [10iii1593 - 30i1652] Ã¨ il nome completo di Georges de la Tour, pittore francese dal comune di Vic-sur-Seille.
Ecco una frase dove proprio come avverbio modifica il verbo: Ho fatto proprio un bell'acquisto! La parola proprio Ã¨ sinonimo di davvero. Gli avverbi davvero e proprio integrano il significato del verbo ho fatto.
It is called Italian...
La redazione si trova nella cittÃ italiana di Milano. Gli uffizi si trovano nella Piazza Castello 27. Si usa il sito internet para connettere elettronicamente.
Tiffany Dawn Thornton è il vero nome di Tawni Hart in Sonny tra le stelle. L'attrice e cantante statunitense è celebrissima per l'interpretazione. Si tratta di una Disney Show Original Series -- intitulata "Sonny with a Chance" in inglese -- dagli anni 2009 - 2011.
como posso te mostrar que gosto de voce
Giovanna, Luigi, Dominic, George
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No, it's German. Neu = new and burg = castle, so a "Neuburger" would've been a "person from the new castle."
mee say mankaato (1st"a" like in "cut", 2nd"a"like in "car", "o" like in "pot") tanto ("a" like in "cut", "o" like in "pot") doo - run - te ("te" like in "tell") less - taa ("a"like in "car") - te ("te" like in "tell")
Napoli (Naples), it's not a language, but there is an obvious Napolitano dialect of Italian.
Yes, "Levario" may be an Italian last name. Specifically, the name is found in the Spanish-speaking world. But it is possible that those who bear the name are descended from inhabitants of Italy. Another possibility is a Middle Eastern origin before that in Italy. One place in Italy where Italian and Middle Eastern cultures mixed is Sicily.
The Italians call the national football team "gli azzurri".
Arrivederci/addio e Buona fortuna ragazza/signorina. Giovane donna, the literal translation of young lady is also correct but it sounds stilted here. Addio is a more definitive salutation, like farewell in English. Dio is God, a means to, so it literally means 'to god'. Arrivederci is like goodbye and is more formal than ciao. A-(r)ri-vederci=to-again-to see-(to) us. Signorina is more formal than ragazza (girl). Signorina means piccola signora (little lady), -ina makes a diminutive and corresponds… Read More
The Italian language.
dietro il cassetto porta oggetti, premere verso l'esterno per sfilare il cassetto
La parola informati funziona come aggettivo maschile plurale o pronome maschile plurale. Si puÃ² funzionare come verbo (la seconda persona singolare dell'imperativo presente). Depende dal contest.
They find them sexy! Did you forget that those country boys love "Dueling Banjos?"
No, 'Andrew' isn't an Italian name. Names native to Italy tend not to include the letter 'w'. Instead, the Italian equivalent is 'Andrea', which is pronounced 'ahn-DREH-ah'.
Babbo is what Italian children call their father. Specifically, the Italian word is a masculine noun. It means "Dad, Daddy." The pronunciation is "BAHB-boh."
No, they speak Italian which is a derivative of Latin.
"Air pollution" is an English equivalent of "inquinamento atmosferico." The masculine noun "inquinamento" takes as its singular definite article "l"* ("the"). Its singular indefinite article is "un, uno" ("a, one"). The word "atmosferico" is the masculine form of the adjective. The pronunciation is "een-kwee-nah-MEHN-toh aht-moh-SFEH-ree-kah." *The masculine singular definite article actually is "il." But the vowel "i" in "il" drops before a noun that begins with a vowel. The temporary nature of that drop is… Read More
no. it may be German though.
The Bambino Familia Rod and Major, descendent's of Herbert Gabriel Angelo Natele Bambino.
I don't think so. Delgadillo is a spanish surname.
Car-nay-val (as in call)-a (as in say) Dee ven (as in when)-ets-e (as in me)-a (as in ha)
Anfibi sono una classe di animali come le rane e le salamandre. in Inglese: Amphibians.
Italian - Napoli is the same as Naples, Italy. They also speak the Neapolitan dialect of Italian, which can be quite a bit different from Standard Italian at times.
It is Italian.
boheme is actually a French word and is pronounced: "bo-EM"
"One of the hardest things in life is having words in your heart that you can't utter." James Earl Jones
Wop is an acronym which stands for "with out papers" so the term would suggest that Italians were illegals, or not real citizens.
O is an Italian cognate. Specifically, the exclamation is the same in Italian and English. It may be used as the first word in phrases expressing a range of emotions in both languages. But whether to begin a phrase of negativity or positivity, the pronunciation always remains the same: "oh."
um, perhaps because they are from a different country. long ago before they had telephones and stuff like that, people in different countries learned to speak differently, and they never heard people speak in different accents, so it's not like they had any idea they were speaking differently. they probably think we talk funny. its simply a mark of heritage and history.
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.
"Handsome man of mine" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Bello mio. Specifically, the masculine adjective bello means "beautiful, handsome." The masculine possessive adjective mio means "my." The pronunciation is "BEHL-loh MEE-oh."
no it is not. Italian is a person/something from italy, British is from Britain.
by growing plants
coal, mercury, zinc, potash, marble, barite, asbestos, pumice, fluorspar, feldspar, pyrite (sulfur), natural gas and crude oil reserves, fish, arable land
La canzone 'Miel del escorpiÃ³n' di Fobia, gruppo messicano di rock alternativo, Ã¨ tratta dall'album 'Wow 87-04', rilasciato il 4 aprile 2004.
'Eel fohr-NAH-yoh' is how 'il fornaio' is pronounced in Italian. But the pronunciation goes so quickly that it sounds like 'eel fohr-NEYE-oh'. The phrase means 'the baker' in English.
Flower, you never remember me or Flower, don't you ever remember me may be English equivalents of 'Il fiore, non ti scordar mai di me'. The masculine definite article 'il' means 'the'. The masculine noun 'fiore' means 'flower'. The adverb 'non' means 'not'. The reflexive pronoun 'ti' means 'yourself'. The infinitive 'scordare'* means 'to remember'. The adverb 'mai' means 'ever'. The preposition 'di' means 'of'. The personal pronoun 'me' means 'me'. All together, they're pronounced… Read More
they only buy butter... and only on the weekends.
The verb essere, meaning 'to be' has six forms in the infinitive. They are as follows. Io - sono Tu - sei Lui/Lei - é Noi - siamo Voi - siete Loro - sono
La parola inglesa devices vuol dire congegni in italiano. In ambo i casi si riferisce a un sostantivo di genere plurale. Si tratta di strutture i cui particolari si connettono e si servono a determinati scopi.
Un lavoro sulle politiche da adottare è come si traduce normalmente la frase inglese policy paper. Si può anche dire una pubblicazione sulle politiche da adottare. Si tratta di una spiegazione di problemi di politica.
The official religion of Italy is Roman Catholicism.
Italians immigrated to Canada in the 1800's