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What is the Italian abbreviation for the word 'Signore'?


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2009-12-11 01:52:43
2009-12-11 01:52:43

Sig. is an Italian abbreviation for 'Signore'. The complete word in Italian is pronounced 'see-NYOH-ray'. It's a masculine gender noun that means 'Sir, gentleman'.

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Sig. is the abbreviation for the Italian word signore. The abbreviation translates into English as "Mr." since it shortens the masculine singular noun for "gentleman," "mister" or "sir." The pronunciation will be "see-NYO-rey" in Italian.

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The Italian word for sir is signore.

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Sig. is the abbreviation for the Italian word signor. The masculine singular noun, which tends to be signor when followed by a name and signore when not, translates as "gentleman," "Mister," "Mr." and "sir" in English. The pronunciation will be "seeg" for the abbreviation and "see-NYO-rey" for the complete word in Pisan Italian.

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Signora: Sig.ra Signore: Sig. Signorina: Sig.na

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"Mr." is an English equivalent of the Italian abbreviation Sig. Specifically, the abbreviation is short for signore. The word is a masculine noun in its singular form. It means "gentleman, mister, Mr., sir" according to context. The pronunciation will be "see-NYO-re" in Italian.


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