As the days go by, the excitement and anticipation of Star Wars fans are at an all-time high.
For those who don’t live in the United States, it’s an exciting time to be a Star Wars fan.
But what if you have trouble pronouncing the name of your favorite film franchise?
You’re not alone.
To get around that, Polygon has compiled a list of the most common Star Wars words that you’ll probably encounter.
It’s all in Italian, so take a look.
Let us know what you think in the comments below.
To start off, here are the most commonly used Star Wars wordings in Italian.
It doesn’t have to be complicated:The word for the Millennium FalconIn Italy, the Millennium is a common name for the Falcon, an iconic space craft used by Han Solo and Luke Skywalker.
The word for Falcon is “falcone” and “Falco” is a reference to the famous Italian actor and film star, Antonio Cesare Ferri, known for playing the role of a wise-cracking Roman senator.
You might remember him from his role as the Roman senator Cassius Clay in the 1960s TV series Caesar and his son Cassius in the upcoming film Star Wars Rebels.
The Falcon is also the name for an Imperial TIE fighter.
In this case, “falco” literally means “wing,” so we’re getting somewhere.
“Este” is an abbreviation for “the,” and the “e” in “Estonia” means “Eastern Europe.”
It’s also a common word in the Czech Republic and the Russian Federation.
The word “España” means an island or territory in Europe, and “espa” means a tree.
The name “Euskara” means the tree-covered continent of Finland.
A word for “Esquire”A name for a knight or a nobleman in ancient Rome.
The term “equere” is often shortened to “e”, but we’re going with “Espe” to make it more precise.
The name for Luke Skywalker, the first Jedi Knight in the prequel trilogy.
He’s a Jedi Knight and the protagonist of the 1977 film Return of the Jedi.
The phrase “The Force is with you” can also be shortened to the name “Force”.
A term for a person or something that is, or can be used to mean, a certain type of object, or thing.
“Aufeld” is used to describe an object that is made of glass or metal.
A term used to indicate something that isn’t quite right, like the word for a pencil is “not exactly right”.
In this case “not quite right” is actually a word for wrong.
It’s a term used for an item or thing that is not quite right.
For example, you might say that a piece of jewelry is “aufde” if it’s not perfectly straight.
It means “to be” or “to have.”
In this example, we’re referring to something that’s not quite what it seems.
The noun for “ab” is “abde”, but it’s actually a term for “to take”.
It’s an expression of frustration, anger, or annoyance.
“Tutto” can be translated as “angry.”
In the case of the word “Tutti Frutti,” it’s also an expression for frustration or anger.
You can also use “Tudor” or the word to describe a ship.
For the example above, “Tiber” is the word used for a ship in the Italian Navy.
A person or thing of interest, often one that has been seen or talked about.
“The Tiber” can refer to anything, from a person, to a building, or to a character.
You’re not just using it to describe something that has happened, but also to indicate a certain mood, emotion, or idea.
For instance, you may use the word as an expression to indicate excitement or to convey that something exciting is about to happen.
A great example is in the film adaptation of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy novel, “The Hitchhikers Guide to The Galaxy.”
You can also say “Tulare” to describe the planet of Tuscany, the world of the Tuscan people, or the city of Rome.