"Italian pronoun that becomes a name by adding -gi" Crossword Clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 04 Nov 2023

"Italian pronoun that becomes a name by adding -gi" NYT crossword answer is:

LUI (3 letters length)

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The answer to this crossword clue is "LORO", which is an Italian pronoun that can be turned into a name by adding the suffix "-gi". It is a third-person plural pronoun used to refer to a group of people, and is often used in formal situations. It is also the subject of many Italian songs and poems.

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