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Italian - English (British) translations for "nome"

"nome" Italian translation




The Italian noun nome translates to 'name' in English. It refers to a word or set of words by which a person, animal, place, thing, or idea is known, addressed, or referred to.

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Meaning: name

Il mio nome è Marco.

My name is Marco.

Meaning: noun

In questa frase, il nome è un sostantivo.

In this sentence, the noun is a noun.

Meaning: title

Il nome del libro è molto interessante.

The title of the book is very interesting.

Meaning: reputation

Ha un buon nome in città.

He has a good reputation in town.


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Il mio nome è Marco.

My name is Marco. (A1)

Come si scrive il tuo nome?

How do you spell your name? (A2)

Ho dimenticato il suo nome.

I forgot his/her name. (A2)

Il suo nome è stato menzionato nel discorso.

His/her name was mentioned in the speech. (B1)

Sto cercando di trovare il nome del regista.

I'm trying to find the name of the director. (B2)

Hanno nominato una nuova persona al posto del vecchio nome.

They appointed a new person in place of the old name. (B2)

Non avrei mai immaginato che il mio nome sarebbe diventato così famoso.

I never would have imagined that my name would become so famous. (C1)

Il nome dell'azienda è stato cambiato per riflettere la sua nuova direzione strategica.

The company's name was changed to reflect its new strategic direction. (C2)

Dopo aver vinto l'Oscar, il suo nome è diventato sinonimo di successo nel mondo del cinema.

After winning the Oscar, his/her name became synonymous with success in the film industry. (C2)

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In Italy, the importance of one's nome cannot be overstated. It is often seen as an integral part of a person's identity and can hold significant cultural and historical meaning. For example, many Italian surnames are derived from a person's occupation or location of origin.

When addressing someone in Italy, it is customary to use their formal nome followed by their surname. This shows respect and acknowledges their social status. In more informal settings, first names may be used instead.

The concept of nome extends beyond just personal identification. In Italian cuisine, for instance, naming conventions play an important role in determining the authenticity and quality of certain products such as Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese or Prosciutto di Parma ham.

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