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PostPosted: 09 Jun 2004 13:14 
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Hello ppl,

I need to know the equivalent words for Thirst in as many languages as possible.

The more off beat the language the better.

I have found some through translation websites. BUt I am specifically looking for languages like Swahili and Ashanti. Any takers there?

Beaumont, you and kyliane have helped me a lot. Just one more request... Can you make the forum page into English or tleast provide another page in English. I do not understand French, am still learning it...

Thanx a lot,
born2win
(A worried man) :( :cry:


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PostPosted: 09 Jun 2004 13:17 
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quechua (bolivie, pérou, argentine) : ch'akiy ou chakiy
quechua équateur : yakunayay
aymara : pharjaña
allemand : Durst
portugais : sede
italien : sete
japonais : kawaki

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PostPosted: 09 Jun 2004 14:00 
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In Basque : egarri

In Vietnamese : khát (nước)

In Japanese : 渇き (kawaki)

In Czech : žízeň

In German : Durst

In Hebrew : צמא (tsama)

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PostPosted: 09 Jun 2004 14:21 
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Romaian: sete
Finnish: jano, himoita
Latvian: slâpes
Norwegian: tørst
Scottish Gaelic: pathadh
Swedish: törst
Modern Greek: (η) δίψα (read: dhipsa)
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PostPosted: 09 Jun 2004 14:40 
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in Hungarian: szomjúság (pronounced somyooshahg)
or just szomj in a more poetic or ancient style
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Russian: Жажда
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Serbian: Жеђ (Žeđ)


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Seta

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पिपासा

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तृष्णा


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PostPosted: 10 Jun 2004 07:58 
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zcalin wrote:
Finnish: jano, himoita

I would just say "jano". "Himoita" is a verb, it means "to desire". It's quite literal actually.

Estonian: janu


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தாகம்: taagam


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SubEspion wrote:
In Marathi

पिपासा pipaasa

In Sanskrit

तृष्णा tushNaa


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pyaas प्यास


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PostPosted: 12 Jun 2004 19:39 
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In Latin:
The noun is "sitis" (If you need me to decline it into cases, let me know).
The adjective is "sitiens" or "siccus" (Let me know if you need me to decline it)
The verb is "sitio" (If you need it conjugated, let me know).


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