Un ou de găină - a chicken egg
oul de pasăre - the bird egg
Not to be confused with o oaie (a sheep)
Thank you Jasmine! :)
In italian as well, "uovo" is masculine but has a feminine plural "uova" ;)
I thought plurals were created with -i, -e, -uri, or -ele. Where does this ă come from? It indicates n sg indef to me...
It stems from a Latin neuter noun category that's why it behaves as a masculine in the singular form and feminine in the plural form. Compare the Italian translation of egg
It's an irregular word
In every language irregular verbs, substantives, adjectives, etc. exist. You should already know that.
un ou, două ouă