What do the word in Tutti Frutti Au Rutti mean?
"All things" is one English equivalent of the Italian word tutti. Specifically, the word functions as one of three parts of speech in the masculine plural. It includes among its meanings "all people, all things, everybody, everyone" as a noun or pronoun and "every" as an adjective. Regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciation will be "TOOT-tee" in Italian.
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[Hey] Handsome, [say] 'hello' to everybody [for me] is an English equivalent of 'Bello, Ciao a tutti'. The words in Italian are pronounced 'BEHL-loh chow ah TOOT-tee'. In the word by word translation, the masculine adjective/noun 'bello' means 'beautiful, handsome'. The interjection 'ciao' means 'hello' and 'goodbye'. The preposition 'a' means 'to'. The masculine plural noun 'tutti' means 'everybody, everyone'.
Good night and love to all is the English equivalent of 'Buona notte e baci a tutti'. In the word by word translation, the feminine adjective 'buona' means 'good'. The feminine gender noun 'notte' means 'night'. The conjunction 'e' means 'and'. The masculine gender noun 'baci' means 'kisses'. The preposition 'a' means 'to'. The masculine gender plural noun 'tutti' means 'all, everything, whole'.
Buona mattina, Tutti is an Italian equivalent of 'Good morning, Everyone'. It's pronounced 'BWOH-nah maht-TEE-nah, TOOT-tee'. In the word by word translation, the feminine adjective 'buona' means 'good'. The feminine noun 'mattina' means 'morning'. The masculine noun 'tutti' means 'everyone, everybody, all'.
"All" as an adjective, "completely" or "totally" as an adverb, "everybody," "everyone (all persons)" or "everything (all things") as a pronoun, and "whole" as a noun are English equivalents of the Italian word tutti. The choice becomes clear with context since each of the above-mentioned translations showcase different functions and placements within a phrase or sentence. Regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciation will be "TOOT-tee" in Italian.
"Good day to everyone!" is a literal English equivalent of the Italian phrase Buon giorno a tutti! Specifically, the masculine adjective buon* is "good". The masculine noun giorno means "day". The preposition a means "to". The masculine noun tutti translates as "all, everybody, everyone". The pronunciation will be "bwohn DJOR-no a TOOT-tee" in Italian. *The final vowel drops when the following word begins with a consonant.
Ognissanti and Tutti i Santi are Italian equivalents of the English feast of "All Saints' Day." Specifically, the Italian word ognissanti combines the feminine/masculine adjective ogni with the masculine plural noun santi. The word ogni means "each, every." The word santi means "saints." The pronunciation is "OH-nyee-SAHN-tee." The masculine plural adjective tutti means "all." The masculine plural definite article i means "the." The masculine plural noun santi means "saints." The pronunciation is "TOOT-tee SAHN-tee."