What is a spanish adjective that starts with o?
- Organizado (Organized)
- Ordenado (Well-ordered/organized)
- Obstinado (Obstinate / Stubborn)
- Odioso (Hateful)
- Optimista (Optimist)
- Orgulloso (Proud)
- Oscuro (Dark)
desdichado/a - unfortunate (male/female)
maravilloso/a - wonderful (male/female)
The possessive adjective "our" starts with O. The possessive pronoun is "ours."
Ocupado is Spanish for busy. Optimista is Spanish for optimistic.
Spanish is a proper adjective.
Yes, Spanish is a proper adjective.
If you mean 'i': Incorecto, incomodo, infiel and incredulo If you mean 'l': lindo, lejano, legal, libre, legible, legitimo
observant - we observe the birth of Jesus Christ
The adjective for ""dead" in Spanish is muerto/a.
Spanish can be both a noun and adjective. As a noun, Spanish is a language. As an adjective, it describes anything that is Spanish (like Spanish Rice).
Yes, it is. Spanish is a proper adjective to describe people or things in or from Spain.
A adjective that starts a sentence
No, starts is a verb. e.g. Mike starts the race.
obnoxious ordinary obsolete original
Oliva is a Spanish fruit whose spelling begins with the letter o. The feminine singular noun in question translates as "olive" in English. The pronunciation will be "o-LEE-va" in Uruguayan Spanish.
An adjective for cupid is cute.
The Spanish word is adjetivo.
The noun Spanish (the people of Spain) is a proper noun, the name of a specific people. A proper noun is always capitalized. The word Spanish is also an adjective (the Spanish language), a proper adjective. A proper adjective is always capitalized.
Term will be the noun, starts the verb and first the adjective.
La clase de español empieza/es a las tres. (starts/is)
X-Ray is an Adjective that starts with "x" for children. Here is a sentence: The X-Rayed child broke her foot.
The adjective in Spanish is ilustrado/ilustrada.
No, the word Spanish is not an adverb at all. The word Spanish is an adjective and a noun.
Pure is "Puro/a" and Clean is "Limpio/a" If the object that your are describing is masculine, then you would use the 'o' ending on the adjective. If the object is feminine, then you would use the 'a' ending on the adjective.
Hermoso (masculine) or hermosa (feminine) is an adjective beginning with H in the Spanish language. It translates to "beautiful".
The proper adjective for Spain would be Spanish, as in Spanish cooking. Note that the correct term for nationals of Spain is Spaniard, but many people refer to "the Spanish" in the plural.
A Spanish-speaking country that starts with "M" is Mexico.
No, the word Spanish is a noun and an adjective. The noun 'Spanish' is a proper noun, a word for the language of Spain or the people of Spain. A proper noun is always capitalized. The adjective 'Spanish' is a proper adjective, a word that describes a noun as of or from Spain. A proper adjective is always capitalized. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. Example… Read More
The possessive adjective form in Spanish is su (which is also his or her).
Spanish is the corresonding adjective to the noun Spain.
Grande (Big) Gris (Grey) Garrafal (Extremely big) Gastado (Very used) Global (Global) Gordo (Fat) griego (Greek) guapo/a - handsome, good-looking
Neighborly is a positive adjective. Neat is a positive adjective.
Best is an adjective for a friend. It begins with the letter b.
· unselfish · upbeat
Yes the word Spanish is a proper noun if you are referring to the Spanish people. If not, it will be an adjective: as in, a Spanish restaurant.
'oficial' (Spanish) = 'official' (English) - noun and adjective
The Spanish for 'evil' is 'malo' (adjective) 'mal' (noun)
The adjective that starts with letter M that describes the Montagues is mean.
Feliz AÃ±o Nuevo is a Spanish equivalent of 'Happy New Year'. The adjective 'feliz' means 'happy, fortunate'. The masculine noun 'aÃ±o' means 'year'. The masculine adjective 'nuevo' means 'new'. All together, they're pronounced 'feh-LEES AH-nyoh NWEH-voh'.
Hola chicas bonitas In spanish you place the noun (chicas) before the adjective (bonito). Also adjectives must match in number and gender which is why the o is changed to an as.