French adjectives add -e to form the feminine, while Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese adjectives change final -o to -a. Some color words are invariable and never change to agree with gender or number (such as lila in French and viola in Italian).
|purple||lila / violet(te)||viola||violeta||roxo|
|brown||brun(e) / marron||marrone||marron||castanho / marrom (Brazil)|
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