I live in India, and I speak Hindi, Punjabi and English very well. I have also been learning some more languages.
Birds are an integral part of human life. When a child starts going to school, they will definitely be taught the different bird names.
Here you will learn about the nouns used for different birds in the Italian language. The Italian names for birds have been provided alongside their English translations to help English readers learn them.
|Bird Name in English||Bird Name in Italian|
The Italian word for the parrot is pappagallo.
The Italian word for pigeon is piccione.
The word crow has the translation corvo in Italian.
The word sparrow translates to passero in Italian.
The Italian translation of the word peacock is pavone.
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The name for the swan in Italian is cigno.
The word for owl in Italian is gufo.
The word nightingale translates to usignolo in Italian.
The Italian word for duck is anatra.
The translation of the word hen is gallina.
The Italian word for eagle is aquila.
The Italian translation of the word hawk is falco.
The quail is called quaglia in Italian.
The translation of flamingo is fenicottero in Italian.
The word partridge translates to pernice in Italian.
The word for ostrich in Italian is struzzo.
The Italian translation of the word vulture is avvoltoio.
The Italian word for magpie is gazza.
The myna is called myna in Italian.
The word for stork in the Italian language is cicogna.
It's quiz time now!
For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.
- What would you call a crow in Italian?
- What is the Italian name for an owl?
- What is the translation of the word flamingo in Italian language?
- What is the Italian name for the bird eagle?
- What would you call a vulture in the Italian language?
- The ostrich is called struzzo in Italian.
- The Italian name for the quail is quaglia.
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