Italian Word of the Day: Pasquetta (Easter Monday)

Today’s word of the day is part of our Italian Easter Word series. Each day during the week leading up to Easter, we’ll post a word that is related to this special time of year. Enjoy! 🐰 Pasquetta (feminine, plural: pasquette), which literally translates as little Easter, is the Italian name for Easter Monday. More …

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Italian Phrase of the Week: Buona Pasqua! (Happy Easter!)

Today’s word of the day is part of our Italian Easter Word series. Each day during the week leading up to Easter, we’ll post a word that is related to this special time of year. Enjoy! 🐰 In English, we greet each other at Easter time by saying Happy Easter! but what about Italians? The …

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Italian Word of the Day: Pulcino (chick)

Today’s word of the day is part of our Italian Easter Word series. Each day during the week leading up to Easter, we’ll post a word that is related to this special time of year. Enjoy! 🐰 For Christians, Easter is the feast of rebirth and the pulcino (masculine, plural: pulcini), the Italian word for …

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Italian Word of the Day: Venerdì Santo (Good Friday)

Today’s word of the day is part of our Italian Easter Word series. Each day during the week leading up to Easter, we’ll post a word that is related to this special time of year. Enjoy! 🐰 Good Friday (known as Venerdì Santo in Italian) falls on the Friday before Easter. The Italian translation means …

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Italian Word of the Day: Uovo (egg)

Today’s word of the day is part of our Italian Easter Word series. Each day during the week leading up to Easter, we’ll post a word that is related to this special time of year. Enjoy! 🐰 The word for egg in Italian is uovo. In its singular form, it is a masculine noun ending in o …

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Italian Word of the Day: Colomba (dove)

Today’s word of the day is part of our Italian Easter Word series. Each day during the week leading up to Easter, we’ll post a word that is related to this special time of year. Enjoy! 🐰 The word colomba (plural: colombe) is the feminine form of the word colombo, the name given to the entire family …

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