birdy asked in TravelItalyOther - Italy · 1 decade ago

For those who know Italian, what does this mean in English?

Como se dice la palabra LOCURA en lunfardo, en otro idioma (y cual), sinonimos, o alguna forma de denominarla?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    This, my friend, is SPANISH:

    "How does Locura (madness) translate into Lunfardo (slang of the poor neighbourhoods in Buenos Aires, Argentina) or in other languages(and which ones);any8 synonyms,or is there any other way of calling it?"

    That's what it says

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  • 1 decade ago

    Are you sure that's italian? Because I've been taking italian for a while, but I don't understand it all. The beginning is something like "how do you say -the word-(???) Locura (whatever that means) the rest I don't understand. It looks more like spanish or portughese

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  • 1 decade ago

    I don't understand why did you post your question in this "travels" section instead of in "language".And why you do ask to those who know Italian a question for the lunfardo language and you complete yr question in Spanish ??? I know what LOCURA is in Italian (follia,pazzia,alienazione mentale), in English

    (insanity, folly, madness) and in French (demènce,follie) but in spite I've found 2 sites with Lunfardo dictionary, none of them has a proper word to translate LOCURA.

    You may check by yrself to below links

    http://www.todotango.com/Spanish/biblioteca/lexico...

    http://www.elportaldeltango.com/dicciona.htm

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  • 1 decade ago

    I speak italian and Im pretty sure this is spanish

    In english from spanish

    Chest of drawers if MADNESS says the word in lunfardo, in another idiom (and which), synonyms, or some to forms denominates you her / it?

    In italian it doesnt make sense

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  • ellooo
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    1 decade ago

    locura = pazzia

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  • 1 decade ago

    crazyness in english, pazzia in italian

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    are you trying to describe something or someone in that South American language?

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  • 1 decade ago

    it's spanish and not italian.

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