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languagepotato wrote:My family and i can't figure out what language this song is in. my brother thinks it's Somali. I, think it's an afro-asiatic language too (mainly due to the voiced pharyngeal fricative i hear in the uncut version), but i can't place it, to me it sounds like Arabic gibberish.
Do you know what is this language and what does it mean?
Saim wrote:I can't make head or tails of this. The person who asked thinks it's Arabic, but I'm honestly not sure. My best guess is d-m-r-w-sh-n but I could be wrong.
vijayjohn wrote:With all due respect, why are your recordings so distorted?
vijayjohn wrote:I think the third one and maybe also the fourth one is in Finnish.
Moraczewski wrote:Hello! I return with more shortwave recordings. I guess that some of these might be Greek because that's the language that I still don't often detect.
md0 wrote:1 and 7 must be Voice of Greece/ERT. The other two are probably amateurs, which is interesting because I thought they only did pirate broadcasts on MW, not on SW.
Voice of Armenia has a small news bulletin in Greek, but I don't think 2 is that.
I used to be a SWListener too, until I moved inland and the geography ruined it for me.
md0 wrote:Oh, I didn't realise. The two recordings I thought was ERT sounded quite professional and they seemed to be discussing current affairs so it didn't cross my mind it was all ham radio.
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