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Different Ways To Say, "Hat" In Spanish? :D

AlanMinjares
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Ola!

I want to ask all you Spanish speakers, and also the Spanish learners, if they know, Are there different ways to say Hat in Spanish? :D

I remember just going through the Spanish discussion page and I just love seeing the Discuss This Sentence posts, for Spanish.

I clicked it and it said a sentence, and it had the word for hat, in Spanish, "sombrero"

I was like, Hmm? I was thinking, There is another way to say hat in Spanish, right?

Because for me, when someone says sombrero, I picture an actual sombrero, the big ones you know...Mexican style. :D

So I asked my mom, she said, "Mmm, not that I know of, maybe 'gorro' but that's all that i can think of."

I usually use, "gorro"....all the time, but I hear it used when referring to a hoodie Like, a sweater with a little hoodie in the back. :D

Ponte tu gorro! Esta lloviendo! (Put on your hoodie! It's raining!)

Are there other ways to say, "hat" in Spanish, rather than sombrero & gorro?

Muito Obrigado! :D

-SageDaRoma123

3 years ago

6 Comments


https://www.duolingo.com/cesarjesush

I'm from Venezuela. I believe that in my country HAT is sombrero or gorra, I don't know if is another word!!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/PanchoAlejandro2

Todo depende de la zona, el español es un idioma hablando en muchos lugares y depende del país la palabra, son muchos, si quieres saber sobre un pais en concreto debes buscar. El neutro es sombrero o gorro.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/alexlunac
alexlunac
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Look at these options for HAT: güito, gorro, bonete, chambergo, chapeo, montera, pamela, cofia, boina, birrete, escarcela, chichonera, capelo, solideo, casquete, fieltro, chistera, bombín, hongo, canotier, tricornio, ros, quepis, casco, salacot, tiara, mitra sombrerillo. jaaj take care

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/no.name.42
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"Ola" is correct in Portuguese.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/alexlunac
alexlunac
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You ask in English for something in Spanish and you started in portuguese.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/AlanMinjares
AlanMinjares
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Thanks but, I'm a native Spanish speaker, I was actually saying Hello in Portuguese. In Portuguese, it's the same as in Spanish, but without the H. It's sort of clear with the "last-ish" thing I said, "Muito Obrigado." ( Thank you very much ) But thank you for your comment. :D

3 years ago