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The Italian word for seal is
foca





seal

Gender

The gender of foca is feminine. E.g. la foca.

Plural

The plural of foca is foche.

Italian Definition


seal
     1. sost. foca
     2. sost. sigillo
     3. verb. apporre un sigillo
     4. verb. timbrare
     5. verb. sigillare



Translations for seal and their definitions

foca
     1. n. (mammals) seal


otaria
     1. n. sea lion, eared seal, otary (and similar animals of family Otariidae)
     2. n. otary


guarnizione
     1. n. trimming
     2. n. (cooking) garnish
     3. n. gasket (of a car's engine)
     4. n. frill (guarnizione di trine o stoffa increspata)


sigillare
     1. v. to seal something
     2. v. to tape up



sigillo
     1. n. seal (that seals something)
     2. v. first-person singular present indicative of sigillare


suggellare
     1. v. To seal something.
     2. v. To put the seal on; to set the seal on; to seal.


chiudere
     1. v. to close, shut
           Non dimenticare di chiudere il gas prima di uscire. - Don't forget to turn off the gas before going out.
           chiudere a chiave - to lock


bollo
     1. n. stamp
     2. n. seal
     3. n. brand
     4. v. first-person singular present of bollare
     5. v. first-person singular present of bollire


sancire
     1. v. To sanction, to ratify.
     2. v. To decree, to mark.


recintare
     1. v. to enclose or fence-off


timbro
     1. n. stamp (rubber, or the mark made)
     2. n. postmark, cancellation
     3. n. timbre
     4. n. tone
     5. n. pitch
     6. n. crest ((heraldry): A bearing worn, not upon the shield, but usually on a helmet)
     7. v. first-person singular present indicative of timbrare


interdire
     1. v. to forbid, ban, prohibit
     2. v. to interdict


isolare
     1. v. to isolate, cut off, confine
     2. v. to insulate, soundproof


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