What is 'linda' when translated from Spanish to Italian?
( linda = beautiful = pretty ? > ' BELLA ' . )
No, bambino is not translated from Spanish to English as "baby." But the masculine singular noun in question is translated instead from Italian to English as "babe," "baby," or "boy child." The pronunciation will be "bam-BEE-no" in Italian whereas that of its equivalent, niño, will be pronounced "NEE-nyo" in Spanish.
Sta is an Italian equivalent of the Spanish word estÃ¡. The second person formal singular or the third person informal singular of the present indicative in the above-mentioned example may be translated respectively into English as "You are" and "He (it, one, she) is." The respective pronunciation will be "sta" in Italian and "ey-STA" in Spanish.
Dondoli! is an Italian equivalent of the Spanish word ¡Meza! The Italian and the Spanish verbs translate as "(that) I may bob," "(that) he (it, one, she, you) may oscillate (rock)" and "(you) Sway!" according to English contexts. The respective pronunciations will be "don-DO-lee" in Pisan Italian and "MEY-za" in Uruguayan Spanish.