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13:32 Apr 28, 2001
Italian to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
Italian term or phrase: luce
Is a single word: a part of my name.Thank you
Anna Luce
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Summary of answers provided
nadenkiTroy Fowler
naRectification !Carole Reade-Kentros
naakari/hi/hikariCarole Reade-Kentros


  

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akari/hi/hikari


Explanation:
If you mean "luce" = English "light", then the answer is in Japanese :
1) akari = light ; lamp
2) hi = sun, sunbeam ; period of light, day (as opposed to light)
3) hikari = light ; ray

Buona notte !
Carole


    Merriam Webster's Japanese English Dictionary
Carole Reade-Kentros
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18 mins
Rectification !


Explanation:
Sorry : typing mistake =>

2) hi = sun, sunbeam; period of light, day (as opposed to NIGHT)
(not : as opposed to LIGHT !!!)
Mea culpa !

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3 hrs
denki


Explanation:
Allora, se vuoi dire 'luce' come a casa...come il luce per i lacendini, per sempio, penso che 'denki' e pui corretto.

luce = denki = 'the lights'

buon lavoro.

Troy

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