A Quick Overview Of How To Say Scalogno, Scalogni
'Scalogno, scalogni' *(m) is Italian for 'shallot, shallots', or 'scallion, scallions'. Be careful - 'scalogna' means 'unlucky' or 'jinxed'. English speakers tend to think it doesn't really make a difference whether the ending of a word is '-a', or '-o' in Italian, when in fact it can entirely change the meaning of a word.
- scalogno, scalogni
- skah/LOHN/nyoh, nee