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Post by bwclaflin » 06 May 2013 11:03

Hello,
I am trying to write a song about a group of seven Baha'is that have been jailed for nothing more than them believing in their religion. They are known as Yaran "friends" in Farsi. I am wanting to get the word "friends" in as many languages as possible.

This is my first time using this site so I hope that I have posted correctly. Thank you for any assistance you might have the time for. Peace, Bob

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Post by pc2 » 07 May 2013 02:00

In Portuguese: amigos.
In Spanish: amigos.
In French: amis.
In Sanskrit: मित्राणि (transliteration: mitrANi).
Merci de corriger notre français si nécessaire.
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Post by Maïwenn » 07 May 2013 07:33

Arabic: صديقائي
(sadeeqa'ee)

Breton: mignoned

Chinese: 朋友 (pengyou)

Danish: venner

Thai: เพือน (puean)
Penn ar Bed
The end of the land
Le commencement d'un monde

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Post by Andr » 07 May 2013 09:49

Romanian: prieteni

Hungarian: barátok

Russian: друзя (druzya)

Serbian: cyrillic script: приjатели, latin script: prijateli
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Post by Andergassen » 07 May 2013 09:54

German: Freunde
Italian: amici
Dutch: vrienden
Swedish: vänner
Slovenian, Croatian: prijatelji
Hues du dann schon gesin, wann ech unfenken blöd ze gin?

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Post by Fuokusu » 07 May 2013 11:15

Japanese : 友達 (tomodachi).
Un Kitsune d'une galaxie lointaine...Oui,c'est moi...

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Post by Lal » 07 May 2013 13:58

Welsh : cyfeillion (sg : cyfaill)
can also be translate by ffrinfiau (sg : ffrind)

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Post by bwclaflin » 07 May 2013 14:02

thanks to everyone who has replied. What a great site! Warmest and best wishes to you all. Bob

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Post by iubito » 07 May 2013 21:13

bulgarian: приятели
greek : φίλοι
macedonian : приjатели
A+ les cactus !
A izza i ana sacranou
Askaratni kaasoun kaasoun khalidah
Ana mal' anou bihoubbinn raasikhinn
Lan yatroukani abada...

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Post by kokoyaya » 07 May 2013 21:19

Occitan : amics

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Post by pc2 » 01 Jun 2013 02:00

iubito wrote:bulgarian: приятели
greek : φίλοι
macedonian : приjатели
Transliteration:
bulgarian: priyateli.
greek: philoi.
macedonian: priyateli.
(to be confirmed.)
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Post by Sisyphe » 02 Jun 2013 01:09

Au masculin pluriel, donc (in masculin plural, thus) :

Latin : amici [am'iki]
Italian : amici [a'mitʃi]
Ancient greek : φιλοί
old high german : friunti (have a doubt about the flexionnal ending, Elie ?)
old english : frīend (singular : frēond)

And, in addition, in old french (Ruteboeuf)
Que sont mi ami devenu
Que j'avoie si pres tenu
Et tant amé ?
Je cuit qu'il sont trop cler semé
Il ne furent pas bien femé
Si sont failli.
Itel ami m'ont mal bailli,
C'onques tant com Diex m'assailli
En matin costé,
N'en vi un seul en mo oesté
Je cuit li vens les m'a oesté
L'amor est morte :
Ce sont ami que vens enporte
Et il ventoit devant ma porte :
Ces enporta


Translation here : http://www.antiwarsongs.org/canzone.php?lang=en&id=9138
La plupart des occasions des troubles du monde sont grammairiennes (Montaigne, II.12)

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Post by pc2 » 04 Jun 2013 02:00

pc2 wrote:Sanskrit: मित्राणि (transliteration: mitrANi).
Sisyphe wrote:Au masculin pluriel, donc (in masculin plural, thus)
Ce qui est intéressant est que, en sanscrit, le mot "mitrANi" (pluriel de "mitra", que signifie "ami") est au neutre pluriel. Le mot "mitra", que signifie "ami", est utilisé au neutre.
What is interesting is that, in Sanskrit, the word "mitrANi" (plural of "mitra", meaning "friend") is in neuter plural. The word "mitra", meaning "friend", is used in neuter.
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Re: friends

Post by caoimhin » 10 Feb 2014 09:25

In Irish you say 'cairde'

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