Do all the words in Italian end with a vowel?
Words that have been taken from other languages don't always end in a vowel. Ex: il computer, gli sport, il club, il film, il DVD
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Goalkeepers seem to be favourites; Gianluigi Buffon Morgan De Sanctis and of course, Dino Zoff
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well, some of the ways u can tell if someones Italian by seeing if their last name ends in lli, my friends last name is dimicelli and that's Italian, or sometimes if the last …name ends in an "ey" kind of sound its Italian, im itlian so i'd know haha.
In north-east Italy there are lots of surnames that don't end in vowels - Benetton, for example. Then there's 'Canalis' - the surname of George Clooney's Italian girlfriend.
Abstemious doesn't quite make it. It's 10 letters.
Dino Zoff; Pietro Vierchowod; Lorenzo and Gianluigi Buffon; Attilio Ferraris; Francesco Janich; Mario David; Tarcisio Burgnich; Morgan de Sanctis; Ivano Bordon; Sandro Cois; I…vano Blason; Omero Tognon... I think that's all of them. Manager: Enzo Bearzot
halo . hello . polo . weirdo . silo . bravo . solo . piano . tattoo . zero . shampoo . bongo
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The vowels are A(a),E(e),I(i),O(o) and U(u).....there are no other English vowels.
There is no specific name in common use for such words.
Not necessarily, Italian last names can be spelled with a vowel at the end, but not all Italian last names are spelt with a vowel(s).