Sun!

Besoin d'une traduction dans toutes les langues possibles ?
Do you need something translated into as many languages as possible?

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Post by j u d i t h » 07 Aug 2003 21:58

Hi,

I just want to say good-bye :hello: for a while (HOLIDAYS!!)

When I come back it would be fantastic to see as many versions of the word SUN here as possible!!!

What's sun in your language and the other languages you know?

Thanks so much in advance and see you all in the end of August!
:hello: Judith :hello:

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Post by helena » 07 Aug 2003 22:10

well, enjoy your holidays Judith! I hope you'll have much sun...

croatian: sunce
french: soleil
spanish: sol
italian: sole
I think that in slovenian it is: sonce

:hello:
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Post by kokoyaya » 07 Aug 2003 22:15

Title in lower-case please. :cry:

In occitan: solelh

(great: it's raining in Toulouse :))

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Post by didine » 07 Aug 2003 22:26

Finnish: aurinko
Northern Sámi: beaivváš
Karelian: päiväne
Estonian: päike
Veps: päiväine
Moksha Mordvin: ши
Hungarian: nap

Polish: słońce
Ukrainian: сонце
Russian: солнце

Danish + Nowegian + Swedish: sol

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Post by serenita » 07 Aug 2003 22:36

helena wrote:I think that in slovenian it is: sonce

Correct, but please helena, don't start to take my only original language! :loljump:
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Post by Bernadette » 07 Aug 2003 22:58

Italian : sole
Basque : eguzki
Breton : heol
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'Quelle heure est-il, bien à peu près'

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Post by SubEspion » 07 Aug 2003 23:02

In Canadian French...

SunSoleil

Pronounced like in French.

In Neapolitan Italian...

SunSóle

But the O is pronounced more loudly.
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Post by Beaumont » 08 Aug 2003 04:02

There are several words in Thai :
- แดด (det)
- พระอาทิตย์ (pra-atit)
- ตะวัน (tawan)

I think you can also use all those words in Lao (but the characters are different).

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Post by helena » 08 Aug 2003 08:28

serenita wrote:
helena wrote:I think that in slovenian it is: sonce

Correct, but please helena, don't start to take my only original language! :loljump:


:loljump: Sorry Serenita, but Judith said:

What's sun in your language and the other languages you know?


and I know it in slovenian... (and I'm 1/4 Slovenian too...)

I won't do it in the future :D
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Post by laura » 08 Aug 2003 09:13

Albanian - diell

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Post by kyliane » 08 Aug 2003 09:53

hi judith (and everybody),

sun in quechua = inti

good holidays :hello:

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Post by Soleil » 08 Aug 2003 11:37

in portuguese : sol (masc)

Enjoy your holidays!
:hello:

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Post by Bernadette » 08 Aug 2003 13:30

I am just a copy-cat, but I was waiting for those words :
ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAYS !

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Post by Klenje » 08 Aug 2003 14:16

German: Sonne
Friulan: Soreli
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Post by Valvador » 08 Aug 2003 14:32

In Japanese :

太陽 which is pronunced taiyô.

Have nice holidays !! :hello:
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