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Manipura

Postby Adinomis » 2010-08-15, 10:40

Because I have an adopted son in Manipura (Meitei) (near Imphal - India) I should like to know more about this language. Some sentences, phrases and words. Can somebody help me?

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Re: Manipura

Postby Formiko » 2010-08-15, 22:36

http://tabish.freeshell.org/manipuri/

Manipuri is similar to Tibetan.
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Re: Manipura

Postby Adinomis » 2010-08-23, 19:55

Formiko wrote:http://tabish.freeshell.org/manipuri/

Manipuri is similar to Tibetan.


Thank you for the link. The similarity to Tibetan is new for me.

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Re: Manipura

Postby Adinomis » 2010-08-31, 20:09

I wrote your information to my former forster son in Manipur. This is his answer:

"Well, it makes me surprise to know that Tibetan’s language and our language is similar. This makes me think of my past in Derah-Dun. I came across many Tibetan people who speak different languages even we can’t communicate each other. But I haven’t seen their script."

I like to meet him, but his wife doesn't speak English. I like to communicate with her.

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Re: Manipura

Postby Adinomis » 2010-09-08, 20:05

Can somebody translate the following:

Ima nangbu eina yamna nunghsi. Ima nahak kamdouri nungairibara? Babagi hakchang kamdouri? eisu yamna nungairi isworgi thoujandagi .lackadouriba october thada eikhoigi nupishinggi oiba w.m.s. conference asida eisu saruk yaba yaogadouri masigidamaksu imana prayer da khara yaobiu yaogadaba subject ti Bible competition aduga song competition.


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