"May the force be with you"

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Postby kızılkara » 2005-05-27, 14:08

Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? ;))
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein!

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: ربما القوة داخلك

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)
`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana

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Postby Aszev » 2005-05-28, 10:54

Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? ;))
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein!
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig.

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: ربما القوة داخلك

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)
`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana

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Postby Kyr » 2005-05-28, 16:21

Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? ;))
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein!
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig.

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: ربما القوة داخلك

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)
`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana

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Postby Psi-Lord » 2005-05-30, 17:37

I added what seems to be the translation used in Mainland China. It still lacks pinyin though.

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Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? ;))
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein!
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig.

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: ربما القوة داخلك

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)

Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。

`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.
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Postby alois » 2005-05-30, 18:02

Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? Wink)
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein!
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig.

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: ربما القوة داخلك

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)

Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.

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Postby Gormur » 2005-06-02, 6:17

Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? Wink)
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Meigi krafturinn vera með þér.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig.

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: ربما القوة داخلك

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)

Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.

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Postby Crewman » 2005-06-07, 16:50

Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? Wink)
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Meigi krafturinn vera með þér.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig.

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: ربما القوة داخلك

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)

Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.

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Postby Mantaz » 2005-06-10, 7:58

Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? Wink)
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Meigi krafturinn vera með þér.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig.

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Lithuanian: Tebūna jėga su tavimi

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: ربما القوة داخلك

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)

Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.

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Postby Stan » 2005-06-18, 7:25

Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? Wink)
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Meigi krafturinn vera með þér.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig.

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Lithuanian: Tebūna jėga su tavimi

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: ربما القوة داخلك

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)

Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.

Esperanto: Kun vi estu la forton.
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Postby M@! » 2006-04-15, 10:26

*Correcting the Arabic translation, Baja's one meant 'maybe the force inside you.'*



Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? Wink)
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Meigi krafturinn vera með þér.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig.

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Lithuanian: Tebūna jėga su tavimi

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: لتكن القوة معك <Litakun(i) 'lqowwatu ma3ak(a/i)>

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)

Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.

Esperanto: Kun vi estu la forton.

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Postby pastorant » 2006-04-15, 11:25

*Correcting the Arabic translation, Baja's one meant 'maybe the force inside you.'*



Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? Wink)
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Meigi krafturinn vera með þér.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig.

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Lithuanian: Tebūna jėga su tavimi

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: لتكن القوة معك <Litakun(i) 'lqowwatu ma3ak(a/i)>

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)

Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.

Esperanto: Kun vi estu la forton.

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Postby Loiks » 2006-04-15, 19:45

Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? Wink)
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Meigi krafturinn vera með þér.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig.

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Lithuanian: Tebūna jėga su tavimi

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Estonian: Olgu jõud koos sinuga!
Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: لتكن القوة معك <Litakun(i) 'lqowwatu ma3ak(a/i)>

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)

Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.

Esperanto: Kun vi estu la forton.

Eskimo: ᓄᑭᖯ ᑲᑎᒪᕙᐊ ᐃᓕᖕᓂᖅ nukib katimavaa illingnik
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Postby DelBoy » 2006-04-16, 0:54

Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? Wink)
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Meigi krafturinn vera með þér.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig.

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Irish: Go raibh an fórsa leat

Lithuanian: Tebūna jėga su tavimi

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Estonian: Olgu jõud koos sinuga!
Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: لتكن القوة معك <Litakun(i) 'lqowwatu ma3ak(a/i)>

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)

Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.

Esperanto: Kun vi estu la forton.

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Postby Hunef » 2006-04-16, 15:21

Isn't it "Krafturinn sé með þér" in Icelandic? For example, "Friður sé með þér!" is Icelandic for 'May peace be with you!' I have changed the Icelandic version, accordingly. (Optative rules, indeed, Johan Petur. ;) )

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Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? Wink)
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Krafturinn sé með þér.
Jamtlandic: Kraptinn veri með deg.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig./Kraften vare med dig. (The latter, with optative, sounds more biblical.)

Creole : Fos-la epiw.
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.

Irish: Go raibh an fórsa leat

Lithuanian: Tebūna jėga su tavimi


Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Estonian: Olgu jõud koos sinuga!
Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: لتكن القوة معك <Litakun(i) 'lqowwatu ma3ak(a/i)>

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)

Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.

Eskimo: ᓄᑭᖯ ᑲᑎᒪᕙᐊ ᐃᓕᖕᓂᖅ nukib katimavaa illingnik

CONLANGS:

Esperanto: Kun vi estu la forton.
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Postby icx » 2006-04-17, 8:43

Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær. (both can be used, but I'm guessing Kraftin is the closest one.) (PS. Doesn't optative rule? Wink)
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Krafturinn sé með þér.
Jamtlandic: Kraptinn veri með deg.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Må kraften vara med dig./Kraften vare med dig. (The latter, with optative, sounds more biblical.)

Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi.
Creole : Fos-la epiw.
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Romanian: Forţa fie cu tine.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.

Irish: Go raibh an fórsa leat

Lithuanian: Tebūna jėga su tavimi

Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

Estonian: Olgu jõud koos sinuga!
Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

Arabic: لتكن القوة معك <Litakun(i) 'lqowwatu ma3ak(a/i)>

Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを。(Although there are many other alternatives, this seems to be the most common; you can sometimes see the kanji 理力 used, too, but it's nevertheless pronounced フォース.)

Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.

Eskimo: ᓄᑭᖯ ᑲᑎᒪᕙᐊ ᐃᓕᖕᓂᖅ nukib katimavaa illingnik

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Esperanto: Kun vi estu la forton.
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Re: "May the force be with you"

Postby gusbemacbe » 2017-01-02, 9:34

Please, forgive me if this topic is too old and if I'm new tot his forum, but I have some new translations in bold and red for this sentence, so I am big fan of Star Wars, after watching last two films. It is also for paying tribute to Carrie Fisher, the eternal Princess Leia Organa. I have just organized this list, grouped the languages by linguistic classifications. :-)

GERMANIC:
Afrikaans: Mag die Force met jou.
Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær.
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Krafturinn sé með þér.
Jamtlandic: Kraptinn veri með deg.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Kraften vare med dig. (The latter, with optative, sounds more biblical.)

ROMANCE:
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi.
Creole : Fos-la epiw.
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.
Latin: Sit vis vobiscum.
Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
Romanian: Forţa fie cu tine.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe.

CELTIC
Irish: Go raibh an fórsa leat

SLAVIC:
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.
Croatian: Neka Sila bude s tobom
Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

GREEK:
Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

KARTVELIAN:
Georgian: დაე ძალა იყოს თქვენთან!

TURKIC
Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!

OTHERS:
Estonian: Olgu jõud koos sinuga!
Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Lithuanian: Tebūna jėga su tavimi
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

SEMITIC:
Arabic: لتكن القوة معك <Litakun(i) 'lqowwatu ma3ak(a/i)>
Hebrew: חיל להיות איתך

ORIENTAL:
Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].
Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを

ABORIGINAL LANGUAGES:
`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Eskimo: ᓄᑭᖯ ᑲᑎᒪᕙᐊ ᐃᓕᖕᓂᖅ nukib katimavaa illingnik

CONLANGS:
Esperanto: Kun vi estu la forton.

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Postby Elaine » 2017-01-02, 16:13

GERMANIC:
Afrikaans: Mag die Force met jou.
Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær.
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Krafturinn sé með þér.
Jamtlandic: Kraptinn veri með deg.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Kraften vare med dig. (The latter, with optative, sounds more biblical.)

ROMANCE:
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi.
Creole : Fos-la epiw.
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Galician: Que a Forza estea con vostede. / Que a Forza estea contigo. / Que a Forza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.
Latin: Sit vis vobiscum.
Brazilian Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
European Portuguese: Que a Força esteja contigo. / Que a Força te acompanhe.
Romanian: Forţa fie cu tine.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe. / ¡Que la fuerza este contigo!

CELTIC
Irish: Go raibh an fórsa leat

BALTIC:
Lithuanian: Tebūna jėga su tavimi

SLAVIC:
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.
Croatian: Neka Sila bude s tobom
Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом [Neka Sila bude s tobom]

GREEK:
Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

KARTVELIAN:
Georgian: დაე ძალა იყოს თქვენთან!

TURKIC:
Azerbaijani: Güc səninlə olsun!
Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!
Kazakh: Күш сенімен болсын
Kyrgyz: Күч сени менен болсун

URALIC:
Estonian: Olgu jõud koos sinuga!
Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

SEMITIC:
Arabic: لتكن القوة معك <Litakun(i) 'lqowwatu ma3ak(a/i)>
Hebrew: חיל להיות איתך

ORIENTAL:
Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].
Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを

ABORIGINAL LANGUAGES:
`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Eskimo: ᓄᑭᖯ ᑲᑎᒪᕙᐊ ᐃᓕᖕᓂᖅ nukib katimavaa illingnik

CONLANGS:
Esperanto: Kun vi estu la forton.
Native: (tr)
Advanced: (el) (en) (fr)
Intermediate: (de) (ga) (sq)

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Re: "May the force be with you"

Postby IpseDixit » 2017-01-10, 9:51

gusbemacbe wrote:I have just organized this list, grouped the languages by linguistic classifications. :-)

Oriental? Aboriginal?... Seriously?


GERMANIC:
Afrikaans: Mag die Force met jou..
Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær.
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Krafturinn sé með þér.
Jamtlandic: Kraptinn veri með deg.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Kraften vare med dig. (The latter, with optative, sounds more biblical.)

ROMANCE + LATIN:
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi.
Creole : Fos-la epiw.
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Galician: Que a Forza estea con vostede. / Que a Forza estea contigo. / Que a Forza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.
Latin: Sit vis vobiscum.
Brazilian Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
European Portuguese: Que a Força esteja contigo. / Que a Força te acompanhe.
Romanian: Forţa fie cu tine.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe. / ¡Que la fuerza este contigo!

CELTIC
Irish: Go raibh an fórsa leat

BALTIC:
Lithuanian: Tebūna jėga su tavimi

SLAVIC:
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.
Croatian: Neka Sila bude s tobom
Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом

GREEK:
Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]

KARTVELIAN:
Georgian: დაე ძალა იყოს თქვენთან!

TURKIC:
Azerbaijani: Güc səninlə olsun!
Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!
Kazakh: Күш сенімен болсын
Kyrgyz: Күч сени менен болсун

URALIC:
Estonian: Olgu jõud koos sinuga!
Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

SEMITIC:
Arabic: لتكن القوة معك <Litakun(i) 'lqowwatu ma3ak(a/i)>
Hebrew: חיל להיות איתך

SINO-TIBETAN:
Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

JAPONIC:
Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを

AUSTRONESIAN:
`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.

ESKIMO-ALEUT:
Eskimo*: ᓄᑭᖯ ᑲᑎᒪᕙᐊ ᐃᓕᖕᓂᖅ nukib katimavaa illingnik
*AFAIK, there's no such language as Eskimo, maybe they meant Inuktitut?

CONLANGS:
Esperanto: Kun vi estu la forton.

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Re: "May the force be with you"

Postby Elaine » 2017-01-11, 6:59

Greek addition
Albanian
Turkmen

GERMANIC:
Afrikaans: Mag die Force met jou..
Danish: Må Kraften være med dig.
Dutch: Dat de kracht met je moge zijn.
English: May the force be with you.
Faroese: Kraftin/Mátturin veri við tær.
German: Möge die Macht mit dir sein.
Icelandic: Krafturinn sé með þér.
Jamtlandic: Kraptinn veri með deg.
Norwegian: Måtte kraften være med deg.
Swedish: Kraften vare med dig. (The latter, with optative, sounds more biblical.)

ROMANCE + LATIN:
Catalan: Que la força sigui amb tu / Que la força t'acompanyi.
Creole : Fos-la epiw.
French: Que la force soit avec toi.
Galician: Que a Forza estea con vostede. / Que a Forza estea contigo. / Que a Forza te acompañe.
Italian: Che la forza sia con te.
Latin: Sit vis vobiscum.
Brazilian Portuguese: Que a Força esteja com você.
European Portuguese: Que a Força esteja contigo. / Que a Força te acompanhe.
Romanian: Forţa fie cu tine.
Spanish: Que la fuerza te acompañe. / ¡Que la fuerza este contigo!

CELTIC
Irish: Go raibh an fórsa leat

BALTIC:
Lithuanian: Tebūna jėga su tavimi

SLAVIC:
Czech: Nechť tě provází síla.
Croatian: Neka Sila bude s tobom
Polish: Niech moc będzie z tobą!
Russian: Да пребудет с Вами/тобой Сила
Serbian: Нека Сила буде с тобом

GREEK:
Greek: Είθε η Δύναμη να είναι μαζί σου! [ithe i Dynami na ine mazi sou!] or simply
η Δύναμη μαζί σου! [i Dynami mazi sou!]
Να είναι μαζί σου η Δύναμη! [Na íne mazí su i Dýnami]

ALBANIAN:
Albanian: Forca qoftë me ju!

KARTVELIAN:
Georgian: დაე ძალა იყოს თქვენთან!

TURKIC:
Azerbaijani: Güc səninlə olsun!
Turkish : Güç seninle olsun!
Turkmen: Güýç seniň bilen bolsun!
Kazakh: Күш сенімен болсын
Kyrgyz: Күч сени менен болсун

URALIC:
Estonian: Olgu jõud koos sinuga!
Finnish: Olkoon voima kanssasi!
Hungarian: Az erő legyen veled!

SEMITIC:
Arabic: لتكن القوة معك <Litakun(i) 'lqowwatu ma3ak(a/i)>
Hebrew: חיל להיות איתך

SINO-TIBETAN:
Chinese: 愿原力与你同在。[yuan2 yuan2 li4 yu3 ni3 tong2 zai4].

JAPONIC:
Japanese: フォースのともにあらんことを

AUSTRONESIAN:
`Ōlelo Hawai`i: `Ia noho ia `oe ka mana.
Reo Māori (NZ): Kia noho i a koe te mana.
Reo Māori (CI): Kia no`o i a koe te mana.
Reo Mā`ohi : Ia noho ia `oe te mana.
Vānanga Rapa Nui: Kia noho i a koe te mana.

ESKIMO-ALEUT:
Eskimo*: ᓄᑭᖯ ᑲᑎᒪᕙᐊ ᐃᓕᖕᓂᖅ nukib katimavaa illingnik
*AFAIK, there's no such language as Eskimo, maybe they meant Inuktitut?

CONLANGS:
Esperanto: Kun vi estu la forton.
Native: (tr)
Advanced: (el) (en) (fr)
Intermediate: (de) (ga) (sq)


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