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Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2017-10-08, 1:20
by vijayjohn
I'm not sure, but I'm going to try anyway:

हम तुम एक ही ख़ून से हैं।

Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2018-11-13, 13:30
by langmon
How do you say this in Urdu?

"I really like hot chocolate".

"This is fresh water".

"The sky is sky blue".

(A literal translation of the Urdu examples would be helpful. Although not "required" at all. Reason for mentioning it: someone currently is "decoding" some language's grammar).

Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2018-11-24, 12:49
by Saim
SomehowGeekyPolyglot wrote:How do you say this in Urdu?

"I really like hot chocolate".


مجھے ہاٹ چاکلیٹ بہت پسند ہے۔


1sg.DAT hot chocolate very like(noun) is

"This is fresh water".


یہ تازہ پانی ہے۔


this fresh water is

"The sky is sky blue".


آسمان آسمانی رنگ کا ہے۔


sky sky-adj colour of is

Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2018-11-27, 7:01
by Ladyofthelakes
Can you translate to English, please?

Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2018-12-01, 11:54
by Ber
It's not Hindi. Looks like Marathi language.

Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2019-08-27, 7:27
by guanyu4u
Hi there

Can anyone help me translate this phrase " Dhakku makum - ढक्कू मकुम "?

source: http://hindi.lyricsgram.com/song/dhakku-makum-20546

Thank you

Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2019-09-07, 12:32
by Ber
guanyu4u wrote:Can anyone help me translate this phrase " Dhakku makum - ढक्कू मकुम "?

This is not Hindi.

Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2020-02-11, 12:49
by Aido1982
A friend gave me the following, can anyone please translate it for me?

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Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2020-02-11, 14:30
by Aido1982
Translation?

Edit:(Apologies duplicate post - new and disabled member)

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Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2020-02-11, 17:50
by linguoboy
Aido1982 wrote:Translation?

Wow, entitled much?

Maybe give your request for free labour more than a couple hours and see what happens?

Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2020-02-11, 17:53
by Aido1982
linguoboy wrote:
Aido1982 wrote:Translation?

Wow, entitled much?

Maybe give your request for free labour more than a couple hours and see what happens?


Didn’t mean to post twice. Sorry, and thanks for your judgement. Great start to my forum life here.

Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2020-02-11, 18:02
by linguoboy
Aido1982 wrote:Didn’t mean to post twice. Sorry, and thanks for your judgement. Great start to my forum life here.

Welcome to the forum, Aido!

A lot of new members start off by introducing themselves in the Introductions thread. It's helpful for us to know why you're here and what you need help with.

Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2020-04-16, 0:26
by AlxAlk
Hello.... I'm new in the forum. Enjoying Hindi/Sanskrit nowdays...

And I would like to ask you... A friend of mine has a t-shirt wich is wroten
भारत में जाओ

Someone can translate me that, please?
Google translates me that as "Go to India"... but I don't think so. I also find it as an offensive term - but in a t-shirt(?), wich I cannot finde the translate too.

Thanks for your help.
Hope we chat more here!

Hugs from São Paulo, Brazil.

Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2020-04-16, 0:58
by linguoboy
AlxAlk wrote:And I would like to ask you... A friend of mine has a t-shirt which is wrotenwritten
भारत में जाओ

Someone can translate me that, please?
Google translates me that as "Go to India"... but I don't think so.

भारत "India"
में "in(to)"
जाओ "go" (plural/familiar imperative of जाना "to go")

AlxAlk wrote:I also find it as an offensive term - but in a t-shirt

Why do you find it offensive? I can see how "Go back to India!" could be offensive to people of South Asian-descent living abroad, but that's not what this says. Using the tum form[*] is familiar, and could be offensive in some contexts, but informal and familiar language on t-shirts is pretty commonplace.

[*] The distinction between tu, tum, and āp in Hindi is roughly like that between tu, você, and a/o senhor/a in Portuguese. (Historically, tum corresponds to vós, but vós is archaic in Portuguese whereas tum is very common in Hindi.)

Re: Hindi/Urdu Translation Requests

Posted: 2020-04-23, 20:16
by AlxAlk
linguoboy wrote:
AlxAlk wrote:And I would like to ask you... A friend of mine has a t-shirt which is wrotenwritten
भारत में जाओ

Someone can translate me that, please?
Google translates me that as "Go to India"... but I don't think so.

भारत "India"
में "in(to)"
जाओ "go" (plural/familiar imperative of जाना "to go")

AlxAlk wrote:I also find it as an offensive term - but in a t-shirt

Why do you find it offensive? I can see how "Go back to India!" could be offensive to people of South Asian-descent living abroad, but that's not what this says. Using the tum form[*] is familiar, and could be offensive in some contexts, but informal and familiar language on t-shirts is pretty commonplace.


[*] The distinction between tu, tum, and āp in Hindi is roughly like that between tu, você, and a/o senhor/a in Portuguese. (Historically, tum corresponds to vós, but vós is archaic in Portuguese whereas tum is very common in Hindi.)



Oh, no! I should had said that I found in the internet this association of "Go to India" with other offensive terms. But I can't find the page again to show here.

And I laughed/liked a lot when I saw the Google translation first time with the correct translation. It's very smart. Like "if you reach the point of reading this, you should go to India". I loved.

I doubted it later when I looked up for the text in hindi on the web and didn't find anything that I could associate with travels.
As the pages are in hindi and I'm just a beginner, I couldn't understand anything, but really nothing like travelling. Just few results, two or neither one pages on Google search. :O in english there are alot of results. Any idea why it happens?


Thanks for the corrections. Always welcome. And the complete explanation about tu and tum!