un panda (masc.)
giant panda - panda géant? huge panda - panda énorme large panda - grand panda
Panda geant pan da ge o ant
The same, "panda(s)"
The same: un panda.it's the same - un panda
un panda, (masc.)
le panda géant
The word panda came into English from the French, in the 1830s. It is thought to have arrived in the French language from a Nepalese word.We began using the term Giant Panda in English in 1901, after it was discovered the black-and-white panda was related to the Red Panda.
The way you say panda in Japanese is: Gaara
the name panda means bamboo bear and pandas eat bamboo.
"Panda" in Polish is just "panda". The same word.
The word panda was borrowed into English from French, but no conclusive explanation of the origin of the French word panda has been found.
Un panda (masculine noun)
oso panda - lit. panda bear. (male)osa panda - " (female)
There are many different ways to say red panda there's the bright panda, common panda, fire fox, lesser panda, mgalya ponya, panda eclatant, panda rojo, petit panda, poonya, sankam, thokya, wah, wokdonka, woker, and ailurus fulgens.
It's an opinion, but I would say panda.
"un panda" is masculine in French.