What is the Italian translation of the French 'de'?
Di is an Italian equivalent of the French word de.
Specifically, the French and the Italian words are both prepositions. They each translate as "of, from." The pronunciations are "dee" in Italian and "duh" in French.
Ficodindia is an Italian equivalent of the French phrase figuier de Barbarie. Specifically, the word designates "prickly pear cactus" (Opuntia ficus-indica) in English. The pronunciation of ficodindia ("fig of India") will be "FEE-ko-DEEN-dya" in Italian. The pronunciation of figuier de Barbarie ("fig of [the] Barbary [Coast]", "fig of barbarism") will be "fee-gye duh bar-ba-ree" in French.