If you want to say “girl” in Italian, you would say “la ragazza.” Want to say “boy” instead? Then use “il regazzo.” The plural of each is “i regazzi” (the boys) and “le regazze” (the girls).
- 1 How do you say Beautiful girl in Italian?
- 2 What is Italian slang for girlfriend?
- 3 How do you compliment a girl in Italian?
- 4 What is Ciao Bella mean?
- 5 What is sweet girl in Italian?
- 6 What does Goomar mean?
- 7 What is a Marone?
- 8 Is Signorina formal?
- 9 How do you address a woman in Italian?
- 10 How do you spell boys in Italian?
- 11 What means Bravissimo?
- 12 Is Stunad a bad word?
How do you say Beautiful girl in Italian?
bella = feminine singular ( bambina bella = beautiful girl) belli = masculine plural (bambini belli = beautiful boys) belle = feminine plural (bambine belle = beautiful girls)
What is Italian slang for girlfriend?
Goomah — Mistress or girlfriend. It comes from the Italian comare, which means godmother or second mother. In other words, someone who takes care of you.
How do you compliment a girl in Italian?
Italian compliments for a woman:
- Come sei carina! (“How cute you are!” )
- Come sei dolce! (“How sweet you are!” )
- Sei una bella ragazza/donna. (“You are a beautiful girl/woman!” )
- Che begli occhi! (“Nice eyes!” )
- Che bel sorriso! (“Beautiful smile!” )
- Sei molto simpatica! (“You are very nice!” )
What is Ciao Bella mean?
Ciao bella is an informal Italian expression literally meaning “ goodbye (or hello), beautiful.”
What is sweet girl in Italian?
Italian Translation. ragazza dolce.
What does Goomar mean?
Goomar (also gooma or comar): Can mean ” godmother,” but in “Soprano”-speak is most often used to denote a mistress. Goombah: Linguistically, the male version of goomar. But it almost always refers to an older friend or associate who acts in the role of protector or mentor.
What is a Marone?
Marone – (Southern Italian dialect) – literally “Madonna” (i.e. – the Blessed Virgin Mary, not the pop star), generally used as “damn” or “damn it”. Sometimes pronounced “ma don”.
Is Signorina formal?
Signore and signora are less formal than sir or madam in English, and can be used either when greeting a stranger or someone you know. Signora can be translated as Mrs/Ms and refers to a married or an unmarried woman.
How do you address a woman in Italian?
The titles signora and signorina do not, like Miss and Mrs in English, always denote marital status. Signorina is used to address a very young woman but if you know she is married she becomes signora. Signora is used for married women and all older women. If in doubt, or in a business situation, use signora.
How do you spell boys in Italian?
Look it up in the dictionary and you’ll find a simple enough definition: un ragazzo is a boy, una ragazza is a girl, i ragazzi are boys and le ragazze are girls.
What means Bravissimo?
Italian. interjection. very well done; splendid.
Is Stunad a bad word?
(slang) A stupid person, idiot.