What are some girl names ending in nee nie or ney?
Dani, Lele, Nila and Nilo are Italian equivalents of the English name "Danny." Specifically, the name functions as a feminine or masculine proper noun. It serves as a nickname for the feminine name Daniela, Daniella and Danila and the masculine names Daniello, Danielo and Danilo. The respective pronunciations will be "DA-nee," "LEY-ley," "NEE-la" and "NEE-lo" for nicknames; "da-NYEY-la," da-NYEL-la" and da-NEE-la" for feminine first names; and "da-NYEL-lo," "da-NYEY-lo" and "da-NEE-lo" for masculine given names.
Nomi di alcuni migranti italiani is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "names of some Italian migrants." Specifically, the masculine noun nomi is "names." The preposition di means "of." The masculine indefinite adjective alcuni means "some." The masculine noun migranti means "migrants." The masculine adjective italiani translates as "Italian." The pronunciation will be "NO-mee dee al-KOO-nee-mee-GRAN-tee-ta-LYA-nee" in Italian.
Alcuni nomi di migranti italiani is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "some Italian migrants' names." Specifically, the masculine indefinite adjective alcuni is "some." The masculine noun nomi means "names." The preposition di means "of." The masculine noun migranti means "migrants." The masculine adjective italiani translates as "Italians." The pronunciation will be "al-KOO-nee NO-mee dee mee-GRAN-tee-ta-LYA-nee" in Italian.
In family trees and genealogy how do you typically display maiden names I have seen it done with nee or parentheses or with hyphenation so what is the most common way?
No, 'el niÃ±o' isn't Spanish for 'girl'. The masculine definite article 'el' means 'the'. The masculine noun 'niÃ±o' means 'boy child'. Together, they're pronounced 'ehl NEE-nyoh'. The Spanish equivalent of 'girl' is 'niÃ±a'. It's a feminine noun whose definite article is 'la'. Together, they're pronounced 'lah NEE-nyah'.
Nicolas or NicolÃ¡s are French equivalents of the Italian name Nicola. Specifically, the French and Italian names all are masculine proper nouns. All three names may be translated into English as "Nicholas" or "Nicolas." The pronunciation in French will be "nee-koh-lah" for Nicolas and "nee-koh-lahss" for NicolÃ¡s.
Menina bonita or Bela moça/rapariga (PT-EU only) are a Portuguese equivalent of the English phrase "pretty girl." Specifically, the feminine noun menina means "girl." The feminine adjective bonita means "pretty." The pronunciation is "muh-NEE-nuh boo-NEE-tuh" according to the respective continental and carioca accents of Portugal and of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
JEE-nee is the Italian pronunciation of 'Jeanie'. The Italian equivalent of the name is 'Gianna', which is pronounced 'JYAHN-nah'. It's a feminine name. Many names have feminine and masculine equivalents in Italian. In this case, the masculine equivalent is 'Gianni', which is pronounced 'JYAHN-nee'.
"Pretty girl" is an English equivalent of the Portuguese phrase menina bonita. Specifically, the feminine noun menina means "girl." The feminine adjective bonita means "pretty." The pronunciation is "muh-NEE-nuh boo-NEE-tuh" according to the respective continental and carioca accents of Portugal and of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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