What is 'regalo' when translated from Italian to English?

"Gift" and "I donate" are English equivalents of the Italian word regalo. Context makes clear whether the word serves as a masculine singular noun (case 1) or the first person singular present indicative form of the present infinitive regalare (example 2). The pronunciation will be "rey-GA-lo" in Pisan Italian.

"Gift" as a noun and "I donate" as a verb are English equivalents of the Italian word regalo.

Specifically, the word functions as a masculine noun in its singular form or as the present indicative form of the present infinitive regalare in its first person point of view. It means "favor, gift, present" as a noun. It translates as "(I) am donating/giving, do donate/give, donate/give" as a verb.

Whatever the meaning or use, the pronunciation remains "rey-GA-lo" in Italian.