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Thursday, March 10, 2005

Name of Foods & Animals in Kurdish

Names of Animals in Kurdish

Names of some type of foods in Kurdish.

Thursday, March 03, 2005

Tow Kcheki Zor Jwani

Thanks for the invite ! I am here to teach. ;)

Mamosta = Teacher

To Kcheki Zor Jwani = You are a very nice girl ;)

to (pronounces as "toe" means you".
Kch = Girl. Kcheki = A girl
Zor = very
Jwani = Jwan- Pretty, Jwani = (You are pretty).

To Kureki Zor Jwani = You are a very nice boy.

to (pronounces as "toe" means you".
Kur = Boy. Kureki = A boy (Kur pronounces as kooorr)
Zor = very
Jwani = Jwan- Pretty, Jwani = (You are handsome).

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Greetings - Slaw (s-l-ah-w)

Ok I'm going to teach simple greetings.

How are you? - Choni? (Ch-o-nee)
chon meaning "how" and the i (ee) meaning "you"

Your health? - Tendrustit? (Tan-dr-uus-teet)
This may seem like an odd thing to ask someone however,
in Kurdish, it flows out naturally

Fine thanks and you? - Bash'm supas ey to? (b-ah-sh-m su-pah-ss ey to)
Bash'm being the word for "good"; supas being the word for "thanks" and ey to meaning "and you"

Good bye - Xwahafiz (Kh-wah-ha-feez)
Xwa being the word for "God" and fiz meaning "protect".
As Islamic culture has now become mixed with Kurdish, when we say good bye, we say "god protect" a better translation would be "God bless"

ok good luck with these.


 
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