What does Ala mean Italian?

[ˈala ] feminine nounWord forms: plural ali. (gen) wing. (di cappello) brim.

What does Mucho Bella mean in Italian?

Very Pretty or Very Beautiful
New Word Suggestion. [Italian] fem. Very Pretty or Very Beautiful. Submitted By: DavedWachsman2 – 02/06/2013.

What does Belka mean in Italian?

beautiful. More meanings for bella. nice adjective. bello, piacevole, carino, simpatico, grazioso. beauty noun.

Is a la Italian or French?

Borrowed from French, à la means “according to” or “in the manner of,” e.g., everyday, observational humor à la Jerry Seinfeld (as Jerry Seinfeld would make jokes).

What are Italian prepositions?

The main Italian prepositions are di, a, da, in, con, su, per, tra/fra. Of these, di, a, da, in, and su can join onto articles to become preposizioni articolate.

What language is Bellissimo?

New Word Suggestion. [Italian} meaning: Very Beautiful.

What language is Molto Bella?

English translation: molto bella

Italian term or phrase: molta bella
English translation: molto bella

What does La Bella mean?

La bella = literally “the beautiful…”, also “fine, noble, lovely, charming…” depending on the context. I would leave the Italian and give the English equivalent after in brackets. Hope that answers your question…

What is the origin of the name Bella?

Isabel, itself is an Occitan form of Elizabeth from Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is perfection. In Rome, Bella alone in most cases means “girl”.

What is the meaning of the Italian word’Bella’?

The expression “bella” is now used with two popular meanings (for “popular” it is understood “accepted almost all over Italy”): Wooing. “Ehi bella” – as mentioned – is an outdated expression. You can find it in italian B-Movies of the seventies and eighties.

What do Italians call “La bella figura”?

What do Italians call “La Bella Figura”? Bella (or Brutta) figura means: Looking Good (or Bad) in the eyes of society. This is an extremely powerful concept in the Italian Culture where everybody is subject to and judged by the “Social eye”. An example of this concept may be the following.