I think that "iuți" means hot=spicy, not hot=high temperature. Because hot (high temperature) would be "calzi". am I right?
yes, you are right about the spicy word = iuți, but about the temperature word warm = cald, it would be "calde" since " un măr (sg. masculin) but două mere (pl. feminin)"
Mersi! so, mere dulci, mere iuți, mere calde. I wrote an -i in "caldi" because I thought it was the same with the other adjectives.
you wrote "calzi" which is correct for masculin plural, not for feminin plural
But that means măr is neuter, doesn't it?!?!
Аctually the word "iuti"from the Slavic language. And in the original is "lutîi". This adjective has meaning "Man who is evil and wants to kill you" , similar with "feroce/fierce"
In this context, "iuți" would be thought to mean "spicy"
Perhaps someone could further differentiate among the (apparent) "spicy" words: iute, condimentat, picant, etc. Should not those words be used in this context to mean "spicy" (as opposed to the ambiguous "hot")?
These apples are too hot