la medusa

a photo of the beach in SicilyToday’s Parola del Giorno is the noun la medusa, which means jellyfish.

Be careful if you head to Italian beaches in the summer, especially southern Italy as jellyfish are common in the waters during the warmer months. Check out this article from Focus on le meduse!

See the noun used below:

Quando sono andato al mare, una medusa mi ha pizzicato sul petto causandomi un’infiammazione. Per fortuna il  farmacista mi ha dato una crema miracolosa per calmare il dolore.

When I went to the beach, a jellyfish stung me on the chest, causing some inflammation. Luckily, the pharmacist gave me a miraculous cream to alleviate the pain.

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