Lule Sami

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Re: Lule Sami

Postby Linguaphile » 2019-01-03, 19:09

Time-related expressions

ájgge = time
le gus assto? = do you have time?
árra = early
maŋŋe = late
juo = already

dal = now
agev = always
álu = often
vuorjjá = sometimes

idetbiejvve = in the morning
gasskabiejvve = at midday
iehketbiejvve = in the afternoon
iehket = in the evening
idja = at night

Gallen la kloahkka? = what time is it?
Kloahkka l guovten = it's two o'clock
Kloahkka l gålmån = it's three o'clock
Kloahkko le lågenanguovten = it's twelve o'clock
Kloahkka l biel avtan = it's half past twelve
Kloahkka l biel gålmån = it's half past two
Kloahkka l kvártta lågenanakaj = it's a quarter to eleven

Makkár biejvve l uddni? / Mij biejvijt la uddni? = what day is today?
Uddni l mánnodahka = today is Monday
Uddni l dijstahka = today is Tuesday
Uddni l gasskavahkko = today is Wednesday
Uddni l duorastahka = today is Thursday
Uddni l bierjjedahka = today is Friday
Uddni le lávvodahka = today is Saturday
Uddni l ájllek = uddni l sådnåbiejvve = today is Sunday

åvdep biejve = the day before yesterday
iektu = yesterday
uddni = today
idet = tomorrow

dán vahko = this week
tjuodtjelij vahko = next week
vásse vahko / åvdep vahko / maŋemus vahko = last week

gidá = spring
giesse = summer
tjaktja = autumn
dálvve = winter

ådåjakmánno = January
guovvamánno = February
sjnjuktjamánno = March
vuoratjismánno = April
moarmesmánno = May
biehtsemánno = June
sjnjilltjamánno = July
bårggemánno = August
ragátmánno = September
gålgådismánno = October
basádismánno = November
javllamánno = December

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