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CuteBoy
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Post by CuteBoy » 16 Sep 2004 22:36

swiss italian dialect

Suu

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Post by aturuxo » 26 Sep 2004 02:48

VOLAPÜK: sol
RETURNITE LEGAS VI SE TEKSTON CxI LEGI POVOS VI

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Post by Guest » 08 Jan 2005 00:23

Néerlandais / Dutch: zon

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Post by sania » 03 Mar 2005 00:13

:sun: en arabe: chemch

En espérant qu'il revienne !
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Post by I·ya·qdalahgayu· » 05 Mar 2005 15:15

Maltais > xemx (nom féminin) [shèmsh]

Géorgien > მზე [mzé]

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Post by Bloodbrother » 05 Mar 2005 15:27

cesomie wrote:C'est gentil mais pour moi ça ne correspond pas à grand chose. je ne suis pasa capable de le lire :confused:
(hae) se prononce "hè".
Et autre precision pour le japonais : se prononce "hi" et 太陽 "taiyô".
過猶不及

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Post by I·ya·qdalahgayu· » 05 Mar 2005 19:42

Mongol >

Image Нар(н) [nar(n)]

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Post by Bloodbrother » 05 Mar 2005 20:16

en tibétain : Image (nyi ma)
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Post by SubEspion » 05 Mar 2005 23:41

I·ya·qdalahgayu· wrote:Maltais > xemx (nom féminin) [shèmsh]
Comme les voyelles ;)

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Post by pc2 » 07 Mar 2005 14:48

ancient egyptian - Ra
portuguese - Sol
Merci de corriger notre français si nécessaire.
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Post by moimeme » 07 Jan 2006 23:02

en armenien : arev

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Post by BABU » 08 Jan 2006 12:41

en chinois: 日 ri4 (se prononce jj)
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Post by ljubav » 08 Jan 2006 18:15

En tagalog: araw

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Post by pc2 » 09 Jan 2006 01:42

Sanskrit = सूर्य (sūrya) - root form of the word.
सूर्यः (sūryaH) - nominative form of the word.
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Post by damas » 10 Jan 2006 12:37

SubEspion wrote:
Arabic
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· Add a ْ before the
· Add a َ after the
En fait, c'est شمس (chams)
pc2 wrote:Sanskrit = सूर्य (sūrya) - root form of the word.
सूर्यः (sūryaH) - nominative form of the word.
Surya :-o ? c'est "Syrie" en arabe..
Mais si ma voix doit s'estomper à vos oreilles, et mon amour disparaître de votre mémoire, alors je reviendrai à vous,


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