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"Joy" is an English equivalent of the Italian word gioia.

Specifically, the Italian word is a feminine noun. Its singular definite article la means "the." The pronunciation is "DJOH-yah."

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"Jack" in the masculine and "Jo" in the feminine are literal English equivalents of the Italian name Gio. The diminutive in question serves as an affectionate abbreviation for the masculine proper noun Giovanni ("John") or the feminine proper noun Giovanna ("Joanna," "Johanna"). The respective pronunciations will be "djo" for the nickname and "djo-VAN-na" and "djo-VAN-nee" for the respectively feminine and masculine complete names.

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Gia in Italian is a pretty nickname for "Georgia" or "Jane" in English.

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