Get Rhymes:Italian essential facts below. View Videos or join the Rhymes:Italian discussion. Add Rhymes:Italian to your PopFlock.com topic list for future reference or share this resource on social media.

» Rhymes » Italian

Italian rhymes

  • Rhymes in Wiktionary are organized using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). See Wiktionary:IPA pronunciation key for examples demonstrating the sound that each IPA symbol makes. See Help:IPA for Italian on popflock.com resource for examples of how the IPA can be used to represent the sounds of Italian.
  • To find rhymes for a word:
    • determine which vowel is stressed in the word,
    • find the sound in the table below, which gives examples of words containing each of the vowel sounds of Italian,
    • and follow the appropriate link.
  • Notes
    • Some may ignore the distinction between the two phonemes for orthographic e and o when determining whether two words rhyme. For example, noi may rhyme with poi for some, despite having /o/ and /?/, respectively, in standard Italian.
    • Words stressed on rising diphthongs in Italian, such as the /jo/ in fiore (pronounced /'fjo.re/), rhyme with words stressed on monophthongal vowels if that vowel is the same constituent vowel of the diphthong. Therefore, fiore /'fjo.re/ rhymes with amore /a'mo.re/.
    • If a word is stressed on a falling diphthong, such as the /?i/ in poi, the rhyme page for that diphthong can be found on the page of the diphthong's onset vowel. For example, the /?i/ of poi would be listed on the page for /?/.
a /a/ sa, cari
e /e/ se, poiché, peso
/?/ bene, è
i /i/ si, così, fine
o /o/ lo, ancora
/?/ so, poco, andrò
u /u/ su, Perù, ultimo

See also

  This article uses material from the Wikipedia page available here. It is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.



Music Scenes