Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Nouns
What is the masculine and feminine form of countess?
In English, there is no distinction between masculine, feminine and neuter. Noun and verb forms are neutral. Gender is shown by different forms or different words: The noun for a female is countess; the noun for a male is count. ...
Asked in English to Italian
What is 'count' when translated from English to Italian?
Accusa, conte, conteggio, somma, totale as a noun and contare as a verb are Italian equivalents of the English word "count." The first feminine singular noun, the second and third masculine singular nouns, the fourth feminine singular noun, and the fifth masculine singular noun respectively refer to "count" as legal charges, noble title, boxing or voting terminology, and total sum. The respective pronunciations will be "ak-KOO-sa," "KON-tey," kon-TED-djo," "SOM-ma," and "to-TA-ley" in Italian. ...
How do you count to three in italian?
Uno, due, tre is the way to count to three in Italian. Una, due, tre also may be heard if the individuals or items being counted are female or feminine-gendered. The pronunciation will be "OO-no DOO-ey trey" in Pisan Italian. ...