8

Il Dizionario d'ortografia e di pronunzia è utilissimo per questo tipo di dubbi. In particolare, conferma la pronuncia con l'accento tonico sulla “o” (e la “o” aperta) per Tremosine. Purtroppo il DOP non usa l'IPA come alfabeto fonetico: quella specie di “s” allungata denota la s “dolce” (cioè sonora). Infine, non sempre l'assenza di accento grafico, anche ...


7

According to the website of the town http://comune.acquiterme.al.it/la-citta/noticia/la-storia-del-comune-di-acqui-terme, it was founded by Romans on the II century B.C. and the latin name was Aquae Statiellae. From late antiquity it appears as Acquis that in vernacular will become then Acqui. This means that Acqui is not a different gender but a different ...


5

You got an excellent answer already, but I would like to point out more explicitly that in Acqui Terme the word Terme is not something that needs to agree with the name of the town, but rather a modifier that indicates the presence of thermal baths near the city. This is in fact a relatively common phenomenon. Let me show you some examples Jesolo Lido ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible