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2013-11-08 23:15:07  来源: 意大利语 

There are several words in Italian that have two plural forms—a masculine and a feminine. Many of these are related to parts of the body and have diverse meanings.

IRREGULAR PLURALS

SINGULAR

MASCULINE PLURAL

FEMININE PLURAL

braccio

i bracci (arms of a lamp or cross)

le braccia (arms)

budello

i budelli (streets, alleyways)

le budella (intestines)

calcagno

i calcagni (ankles)

stare alle calcagna (to follow someone closely)

ciglio

i cigli (edge, rim)

le ciglia (eyelashes)

dito

i diti (used when followed by the finger's name)

le dita (fingers)

labbro

i labbri border, brim

le labbra lips

osso

gli ossi (bones for dogs to eat)

le ossa (bones)

There are also body parts with masculine and feminine plurals that have the same meaning. One such example is ginocchio. Both i ginocchio and le ginocchia refer to "the knees."


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