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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby Burko » Wed Mar 16, 2016 12:27 pm

FCB general wrote:
Then there are those famous "I have spilled so much sweat for something (to achieve or create)..." or in the same context/purpose with the other words "I have pissed blood for this/that...", etc. It's been used predominantly in situations with high tensions when one person is ungrateful or disrespectful, doesn't appreciate someone's hard work, sacrifice, love, care and many other positive human qualities thereby making the other person very angry and nervous.



Slovakian language has same phrases too.
And homemade liqueurs in coca cola bottles too :mrgreen:
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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby FCB general » Wed Mar 16, 2016 1:31 pm

Burko wrote:
FCB general wrote:
Then there are those famous "I have spilled so much sweat for something (to achieve or create)..." or in the same context/purpose with the other words "I have pissed blood for this/that...", etc. It's been used predominantly in situations with high tensions when one person is ungrateful or disrespectful, doesn't appreciate someone's hard work, sacrifice, love, care and many other positive human qualities thereby making the other person very angry and nervous.



Slovakian language has same phrases too.
And homemade liqueurs in coca cola bottles too :mrgreen:

Are we brothers who used to spoke the same language or not? :mrgreen:

A month ago I saw your list of curses and I died of laughter while reading them on Slovakian, hahaha. You have your special 'inventions' and style of swearing just as we do have here, but I can say it's almost the same. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Drz picu ! :arrow: Drž' picu/pičku! - "hold the pussy" if I literally translate to Croatian :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Jebem ti kurvu ! :arrow: Jebem ti kurvu! - you go for it, I don't own any whores so you can do every single one. :mrgreen: :lol:

Jebal ta pes ! :arrow: Jebo te pas!

Jebal ti pes mater ! :arrow: Jebo ti pas mater!

Jebem ti mater ! :arrow: Jebem ti mater!

Mater ti je kurva ! :arrow: Mater ti je kurva!

Osral som ti kokot ! and Osral som ti picu ! - hahahahaha :lol: :lol: :lol:

Pojeb si mater ! :arrow: Pojebi/Jebi si mater!

hovno :arrow: govno

etc.


I guess if we would take face to face, each one on it's own language, we would find perfect language from the spoiler 'phrases'. :mrgreen:
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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby Burko » Wed Mar 16, 2016 2:21 pm

What can I say.
I am just laughing as stupid when I see it. Slavic language is beautiful when it comes to swearing :mrgreen:
The most widespread slovakian curse is jebať (I think you know that and it is familiar to you :mrgreen: ) which has around half a milion meanings and you can use it in milion situations.

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Jebe ti? --> Are you f--king out of your mind?
Jebni to tam. --> Throw that shit there.
No nech ti nejebe. --> Are you f--king serious?
Mmm to je ale jebačka. --> Wow, what a sexy bitch.
Mám ti jebnúť? --> Should I f--king smash you?
Jeblo mi to na zem. --> F--k, it fells me down.


I am glad that somebody here understand my language and culture :mrgreen:
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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby DRvad14 » Sat Apr 09, 2016 11:18 pm

Namaste : is not hello ,In Sanskrit, the word ‘namah’ means bow, ‘as’ means I,, and ‘te’ means you, translating into “I bow to you.” (“I bow to godly/good qualities within you,’ or I honor the spirit/soul in you that is also in me).
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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby JANKER » Sat Apr 09, 2016 11:31 pm



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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Tue Jun 21, 2016 9:25 am

Not the original point of this thread but :P From the Proto-Sinaitc script discovered in the Egyptian Bronze Age dating back to around 2000-1500 BC. Most of these still survive in modified forms in the only European Semitic language, Maltese. :) Can you recognise them ramsej?

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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby ramsej84 » Tue Jun 21, 2016 9:39 am

FCBayernMunchen wrote:Not the original point of this thread but :P From the Proto-Sinaitc script discovered in the Egyptian Bronze Age dating back to around 2000-1500 BC. Most of these still survive in modified forms in the only European Semitic language, Maltese. :) Can you recognise them ramsej?

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ras and hajt ??? I don't know ... I am still asleep maybe.
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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Tue Jun 21, 2016 9:46 am

ramsej84 wrote:ras and hajt ??? I don't know ... I am still asleep maybe.

Yes, also:
bet (house) --> bejt (the outside part of the roof)
en (eye) --> ghajn (eye) - the original "e" in "en" sounds more like an "Aahh" based on that phonetic value.
šimš (sun) --> xemx (sun)
šin (tooth) --> sinna (tooth)
I suspect maybe even mayim (water) --> (il-)ma (water) though this underwent heavy modification in Arabic first.

On the funnier side, I am sure it is unrelated but "hll" (jubilation) sounds very much like our "Hilllllll" when, for example, someone almost scores. :lol: The hieroglyph for that one is hilarious. :lol:
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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby ramsej84 » Tue Jun 21, 2016 10:01 am

FCBayernMunchen wrote:
ramsej84 wrote:ras and hajt ??? I don't know ... I am still asleep maybe.

Yes, also:
bet (house) --> bejt (the outside part of the roof)
en (eye) --> ghajn (eye) - the original "e" in "en" sounds more like an "Aahh" based on that phonetic value.
šimš (sun) --> xemx (sun)
šin (tooth) --> sinna (tooth)
I suspect maybe even mayim (water) --> (il-)ma (water) though this underwent heavy modification in Arabic first.

On the funnier side, I am sure it is unrelated but "hll" (jubilation) sounds very much like our "Hilllllll" when, for example, someone almost scores. :lol: The hieroglyph for that one is hilarious. :lol:


iwa istra veru :P
in arabic water is ''ma'' ... we just added the article and made it one.
mishun is supposed to be ma shun.
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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Tue Jun 21, 2016 10:04 am

Yep... I think I posted that here sometime :)
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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby BayernLove » Wed Jun 22, 2016 3:46 am

1/2 of those live on almost unchanged in Arabic today. Again I guess this speaks to the similarity between Maltese and Arabic.
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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby BayernLove » Sun Jun 26, 2016 10:01 am

FCBayernMunchen wrote:
ramsej84 wrote:ras and hajt ??? I don't know ... I am still asleep maybe.

Yes, also:
bet (house) --> bejt (the outside part of the roof)
en (eye) --> ghajn (eye) - the original "e" in "en" sounds more like an "Aahh" based on that phonetic value.
šimš (sun) --> xemx (sun)
šin (tooth) --> sinna (tooth)
I suspect maybe even mayim (water) --> (il-)ma (water) though this underwent heavy modification in Arabic first.

On the funnier side, I am sure it is unrelated but "hll" (jubilation) sounds very much like our "Hilllllll" when, for example, someone almost scores. :lol: The hieroglyph for that one is hilarious. :lol:


I love when Arabic/Maltese comparisons come up so actually, let me expand a tiny bit on what I said earlier (with comparisons). It's 7/11.
(Was a bit unsure with apostrophes so I went ahead and replaced them with the letters used when speaking in "English-Arabic")
7 for ح
3 for ع
2 for أ and the hamza in general.

Unchanged:
Kaf (Palm of hand) [Compare to Maltese: N/A] - Feel free to tell me what it is in Maltese
Sin (Tooth) [Compare to Maltese: Sinna (Tooth)]

Changed:
Mayim (Water) ===> Ma2 (in "official" Arabic) or Mayyeh (in "common" Arabic) [Compare to Maltese: (il-)ma (water)]
Ro's (Head) ===> Ra2s (O) Ras (C) [Compare to Maltese: N/A]
Sims (Sun) ===> Shams [Compare to Maltese: Xemx (Sun) - Probably pronounced roughly the same]
Hotu (Wall) ===> 7a2et (O) or 7eit (C) [Compare to Maltese: N/A]
'en (Eye) ===> 3ain [Compare to Maltese: Ghajn (Eye)]
Bet ===> Bayt [Compare to Maltese: Bejt (the outside part of the roof)]
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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Sun Jun 26, 2016 10:33 am

BayernLove wrote:Kaf (Palm of hand) [Compare to Maltese: N/A] - Feel free to tell me what it is in Maltese

It's "keff" but I think we only use as part of a phrase "keff tal-id" (palm of hand) rather than as a standalone word. I think we also use "palma" but I'm not sure whether that's correct Maltese. It's the word for a Palm tree and probably many people use it for the hand as well.
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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby FCB general » Sun Jun 26, 2016 12:22 pm

Burko wrote:The most widespread slovakian curse is jebať (I think you know that and it is familiar to you :mrgreen: ) which has around half a milion meanings and you can use it in milion situations.

Didn't see this before.

Exactly. Same here. "Jebat", "jebi", "jebote". You can swear whatever you can. The most frequent is very likely "jebi ga/jebiga". :D One combination can have more than one meaning depending on context when you use it, haha.

"Idi u kurac čovječe!" "Idi u tri pičke materine!" :mrgreen: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: The BF learn-a-new-language thread

Postby ramsej84 » Sun Jun 26, 2016 1:27 pm

FCBayernMunchen wrote:
BayernLove wrote:Kaf (Palm of hand) [Compare to Maltese: N/A] - Feel free to tell me what it is in Maltese

It's "keff" but I think we only use as part of a phrase "keff tal-id" (palm of hand) rather than as a standalone word. I think we also use "palma" but I'm not sure whether that's correct Maltese. It's the word for a Palm tree and probably many people use it for the hand as well.
isn't it pala ta'l -id ?

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