Translate the word ''I'' in all languages for an art project

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Translate the word ''I'' in all languages for an art project

Post by mahites9 » 02 Oct 2012 17:47

Hello, I need to translate the word ''I'' (I play, I am, this kind of i) in all world languages. I have already tried google translate but it gives me 60-65 languages...i need more...any help?

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Post by pc2 » 02 Oct 2012 23:30

Sanskrit is not in Google translate. "I" in Sanskrit is:
अहम् aham.
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Post by Fuokusu » 03 Oct 2012 10:56

In Japanese, GT gives us 私 (watashi), 僕 (boku) and 俺 (ore) as suggestions.

The first is a neutral pronoun; the other ones are colloquial ones used by boys and the latter is quite vulgar.

There are other possibilities like あたし used by girls, 私 (watakushi) used in a formal situation, わし (washi) used bu the old people.
Other words can be used, like 内 (uchi) meaning "inside", "home". Also, there is an interesting thing in Japanese: Kids (very often the girls) use their own name (often with suffixes like ~ちゃん (-chan)) as a first person ponoun.
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Post by Andr » 04 Oct 2012 09:20

Romanian: eu
Hungarian: én
Slavic languages (Russian, Serbian, Czech, etc.): ja

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Post by pc2 » 07 Oct 2012 02:02

In Zulu:
Mina.
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Post by Nartezalation » 08 Oct 2012 03:00

French: Je
Icelandic: Ég
Norwegian: Jeg
Spanish: Yo
Swedish: Jag
Old Norse: Ek (lol)
German: Ich

I know others but I forgot

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Post by caoimhin » 10 Feb 2014 09:30

Mé in Irish.

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Post by patmos » 17 Mar 2014 13:43

dutch (nederlands): ik
russe: я

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Re: Translate the word ''I'' in all languages for an art project

Post by Ramjit29 » 11 Oct 2017 16:48

SANTALI = ᱤᱧ (ing/inj)
ORIYA= ମୁଁ (mu)

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Post by Lal » 11 Oct 2017 20:34

Tibetan :
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(nga)
Welsh : i

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