What is persona mean?

What is persona mean?

1 : a character assumed by an author in a written work. 2a plural personas [New Latin, from Latin] : an individual's social facade or front that especially in the analytic psychology of C. G. Jung reflects the role in life the individual is playing — compare anima.

Is it el or la persona?

However, the word persona is always a feminine word. The gender of the word does not change even when the person it refers to is masculine. For example, to say, 'My brother is an interesting person' in Spanish, you would say Mi hermano es una persona interesante.

Is escritorio masculine or feminine?

Gender of Nouns and Articles
Singularella
Pluralloslas
Examplesel escritorio los escritoriosla pizarra las pizarras
IndefiniteMasculineFeminine

How many indefinite articles are there in Spanish?

four forms

Why is Dia masculine in Spanish?

The Latin word for day was "dies", from the 5th declension, and it was used mainly as a masculine word (sometimes also as feminine), and this gender was kept even though the word change to "dia" in Vulgar Latin. ... I checked the etymology and found that "día" comes from Latin "dies", which happens to be masculine.

Is Libertad masculine or feminine?

Feminine nouns include the following: Most nouns that end in -a, such as ensalada (salad) Nouns that identify females, such as hija (daughter) Nouns that end in -dad or -tad, such as ciudad (city) and libertad (liberty)

Is Arroz masculine or feminine in Spanish?

arroz is masculine and it has its stress on the last syllable (aguda) so it is not one of those feminine words.