Italian speakers, how do I pronounce these words?
"Ninfale Fiesolano", De Casibus Virorum Illustribus, and Filocolo
They don't have to be like serious pronounciation keys, just like two dimensional would be like "two-die-men-shun-al", or something like that XD. Best answer goes to person who's just straight to the point with all three.
...dictionary.com is for English, not Italian. Giving me the definition for "Italian" doesn't help at ALL. Like I really don't know what an Italian is.
If people can refer me to an Italian dictionary with pronunciation key/speaker it'd be great too.
Geez, I didn't realize that there were so little Italians on Y!A.
- KellyLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
The second one is Latin, so I'm not sure. Maybe "deh kah-see-boos vee-roh-ruhm ee-loo-stree-boos"?
Edit: lol, dictionaries. Some people, I swear. Anything for the two points. Anyway, Italian pronunciation is surprisingly easy to master (unlike ours, which has "-ough" and other things I won't ramble on about), so once you learn it, you can pronounce any word. Here's a good start for pronunciation:Source(s): Italian major in college, lived in Italy for a few years.
- roger 21Lv 51 decade ago
Dear Sophia ..Sorry but I don't understand..I try to help you..
"Ninfale Fiesolano"..it may be a title of a book..
** Ninfa-ae in old Latin were girls that lived in forest.."Ninfae silvarum"
Fiesole is a small village on hills of Florence..Fiesolano is an Adjettive (living in Fiesole)
* De casibus virorum illustribus* is latin - Ablativo caso -complemento di argomento..( we are speaking..about ..Cases of most important man) vis-i (man) pl. illustris-e (great- famous-important).
Filocolo ..I don't know..it may be a name.
ninfale ..like feimal
virorum -- vee-ro-room
By..by .. Francis from town of Florence -Italy
- 1 decade ago
i dont know