Veps (vepsän kel')

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Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-23, 3:46

Resources for the Veps language

Dictionaries and wordlists
Noid: Vepsä-Englantilaine vajehnik Veps-English dictionary
Vepsä-Latvijalaine vajehnik Veps-Latvian dictionary
Nettidigisanat Vepsän kel': Vepsa-eesti sõnaraamat Veps-Estonian dictionary
Nettidigisanat Vepsän kel': Vepsä-suomi sanakirja Veps-Finnish dictionary
Словарь вепсского языка Veps-Russian dictionary
NorthEurLex Veps wordlist in English
Vepsän verkkosanasto in Finnish
Školvaihišt Veps-Russian glossary of school terminology

Language-learning materials
Pagiškam vepsäks Veps video course in Russian
Vepsän kielioppi textbook in Finnsh
Vepsän kel' openduzkirj täuz’kaznuzilе Veps language course in Russian
Pagižem vepsäks Russian-based course
English translation for Pagiškam vepsäks video course (in this thread)
Other resources
Vepslaiset 2000: Vepsän Seuran kotisivut (veps.org) in Finnish
Veps at ELDIA project (down for maintenance at the moment but I think this link still works)
Корпус вепсского языка Texts in Veps
Veps Corpus in Veps, some with Russian translations
Virantanaz Veps-Finnish-Estonian-Russian poetry

Basic grammar in this thread:
Basic wordlists in this thread:

An older list of resources for Veps was posted here.

Video in Veps "Mužik da kurged" (The Man and the Cranes).
in Veps with English subtitles:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYIr6E4s6TA

in English with Veps subtitles:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eoVk9FonbaU
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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-23, 4:41

Veps video lesson:
Pagiškam vepsäks, 1. urok: kirjamišt ("let's speak Veps!" lesson 1: alphabet)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWWAJU3GFuU
Pagiškam vepsäks = let's speak Veps
kirjamišt = alphabet, writing
Ota muštho = memorize!
ahven = perch (fish)
babarm = raspberry
cipuine = chicken
čašk = cup
dedoi = grandfather
edenoi = snail
garbol = cranberry
haug = pike (fish)
ikun = window
jablok = apple
koir = dog
leib = bread
mäč = ball
nagriž = turnip
orav = squirrel
pu = tree
reboi = fox
sorz = duck
šapuk = cap
zirkol = mirror
živat = animal
tohuz = candle
uks' = door
vast = broom, whisk
üks' = one
änik = flower
ö = night
hir' = mouse
pehmenduzznam = softening symbol (soft sign)
homaiče = pay attention
Ken nece om? = Who is this?
Mi nece om? = What is this?
Nece om... = this is
Kacu! = look!
Nece om lehm = this is a cow
Nece om koir = this is a dog
Nece om kaži = this is a cat
Nece om hir' = this is a mouse
Nece om orav = this is a squirrel
Nece om reboi = this is a fox
Luge = read
Minun = my
Minun mamoi = my mother
Minun tatoi = my father
Sinun = your
Sinun dedoi = your grandfather
Sinun baboi = your grandmother
Hänen = his, her
Hänen sizar = his/her sister
Hänen vel'l' = his/her brother
Nece om minun = this is mine
Nece om sinun = this is yours
Nece om hänen = this is his/hers
Nece om minun pert' = this is my house
Nece om minun mamoi = this is my mother
Nece om minun sizar = this is my sister
Nece om minun dedoi = this is my grandfather
Nece om minun tütär = this is my daughter
Nece om minun vel'l' = this is my brother
Uded sanad = new words
Kacu! = look!
Homaiče! = pay attention!
Luge! = read!
Ota muštho = remember!
Urok = lesson
Mi = what
Ken = who
Nece = this
Lehm = cow
Kaži = cat
Koir = dog
Orav = squirrel
Hir' = mouse
Reboi = fox
Kirjamišt = alphabet
Minä = I
Sinä = you
Hän = he, she
Minun = my
Sinun = your
Hänen = his, her
Mamoi = mother
Tatoi = father
Baboi = grandmother
Dedoi = grandfather
Tütär = daughter
Poig = son
Sizar = sister
Vel'l' = brother
Kanz (pereh) = family

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-23, 23:23

Veps video lesson part 2:
Pagiškam vepsäks, 2. urok: tundištoituz ("let's speak Veps!" lesson 2: getting acquainted)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eX-aH3nN3zE

Pagiškam vepsäks! = let’s speak Veps
2. urok = second lesson
Tundištamine = getting acquainted
Ota muštho! = memorize!
Tervhen = hello
Nägemoiš = see you later
Hüvin = well
Hondoin = badly, poorly
Enččikš = the same as before
Hilläšti = softly, quietly
Spasib = thank you
Kaiked hüväd = all the best
Homaiče! = Pay attention!
Kut sinä eläd? = how are you? (how do you live?)
Minä elän hüvin = I’m fine (I live well)
Midä ut om? = what’s new?
Kaik on enččikš = everything is the same as before
Kut azjad oma? = how are you? how are things? (how are your own things?)
Hilläšti = fine, normal (literally: softly, quietly)
Kacu! = Look / watch
Tervhen = Hello
Kut azjad oma? = How are things?
Spasib! Hüvin. = Fine, thanks!
Kut sinä void = and how are you?
Hilläšti = fine
Kaiked hüväd = all the best
Nägemoiš = see you later
Luge = read
Mamoi = mother
Tatoi = father
Baboi = grandmother
Dedoi = grandfather
Tütär = daughter
Poig = son
Minä = I
Sinä = you
Hän = he, she
Ken sinä oled? = who are you?
Minä olen… = I am…
Sinä oled… = you are…
Hän om… = he/she is…
Minä olen mamoi = I’m a/the mother.
Minä olen tatoi = I’m a/the father.
Minä olen baboi = I’m a/the grandmother.
Minä olen dedoi = I’m a/the grandfather.
Minä olen tütär = I’m a/the daughter.
Minä olen poig = I’m a/the son.
Minä olen čoma = I am pretty/beautiful.
Minä olen nor’ = I am young.
Minä olen vanh. = I am old.
Minä olen pen’ kazvol. = I am short.
Minä olen sur’ kazvol. = I am tall.
Nece om kanz. = This is a family.
Čoma = beautiful, pretty
Nor’ = young
Vanh = old
Pen’ kazvol = short
Sur’ kazvol = tall
Olda = to be
Minä en ole = I am not
Sinä ed ole = you are not
Hän ei ole = he/she is not
Minä olen mamoi. Minä en ole tatoi. = I’m a mother. I’m not a father.
Minä olen tütär. Minä en ole poig. = I’m a daughter. I’m not a son.
Minä olen poig. Minä en ole tütär. = I’m a son. I’m not a daughter.
Minä olen nor’. Minä en ole vanh. = I’m young. I’m not old.
Minä olen pen’ kazvol. Minä en ole sur’ kazvol. = I’m short. I’m not tall.
Minä olen sur’ kazvol. Minä en ole pen’ kazvol. = I’m tall. I’m not short.
Söda = to eat
Lugeda = to read
Kirjutada = to write
Minä sön = I eat
Sinä söd = you eat
Hän söb = he/she eats
Minä lugen = I read
Sinä luged = you read
Hän lugeb = he/she reads
Minä kirjutan = I write
Sinä kirjutad = you write
Hän kirjutab = he/she writes
Tervhen! Minä olen Dašoi. = Hello! I am Dasha.
Minä olen neičukaine. = I’m a girl.
Minä olen openik. = I’m a student.
Nece om kirj. = This is a book.
Minä lugen. = I read.
Nece om Ondrei. = This is Ondrei.
Ondrei on prihaine. = Ondrei is a boy.
Hän kirjutab. = He is writing / He writes.
Nece on neglik. = This is a hedgehog.
Se om hahk. = It is gray.
Se om unipeza. = It is sleepy.
Se navedib magata. = It likes to sleep.
Nece om koir. = This is a dog.
Koir om Nutai. = The dog is (named) Nutai.
Se om must. = It is black.
Minä navedin koirad. = I like dogs.
Uded sanad = new words
Tundištamine = getting acquainted
Nägemoiš = see you later
Hüvin = well
Hondoin = badly, poorly
Enččikš = the same as before
Hilläšti = softly, quietly
Spasib = thank you
Kaiked hüväd = all the best
Lugeda = to read
Kirjutada = to write
Söda = to eat
Neičukaine = girl
Prihaine = boy
Vanh = old
Nor’ = young
Pen’ kazvol = short
Sur’ kazvol = tall
Pert’ = house
Unipeza = sleepy

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby gothwolf » 2018-03-24, 20:39

Thanks for sharing the lessons, Linguaphile!
It is really nice to hear native speakers, although all of them have heavy Russian accent, but this is usual, I guess, for the native speakers of all minor Uralic languages in Russia.

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-24, 21:21

gothwolf wrote:Thanks for sharing the lessons, Linguaphile!
It is really nice to hear native speakers, although all of them have heavy Russian accent, but this is usual, I guess, for the native speakers of all minor Uralic languages in Russia.

Veps has more phonological influences from Russian than the other Finnic languages, though (especially with palatalization and vowels), so some of what sounds like a "heavy Russian accent" is actually how modern Veps is supposed to sound, from what I understand. I haven't heard enough audio samples of Veps to be a good judge of that, but I suspect the videos don't have as much of a "heavy accent" as it seems. I suppose it's not how Veps used to sound, but for modern usage I believe it's correct, or fairly close (although there are also a few parts of the videos where pronunciation is inconsistent, so it's clearly not perfect).

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-25, 0:13

Here is a corpus with over 1000 texts in Veps (some with Russian translations):
Open corpus of Veps and Karelian languages, KarRC RAS
It also has a few texts in Karelian, Livvi (Olonets), and Ludic.

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-25, 20:10

Pagiškam vepsäks. Video-urok 3. Kanz
Let's Speak Veps, lesson 3: Family

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAglrdEw7uM
Pagiškam vepsäks = let’s speak Veps
3. Urok = lesson 3
Kanz = family
Ota muštho = memorize
Mamoi = mother
Tatoi = father
Baboi = grandmother
Dedoi = grandfather
Tütär = daughter
Poig = son
Sizar = sister
Vel’l’ = brother
Vunuk = grandson
Homaiče! = Pay attention!
Olda = to be
Ken sinä oled? = Who are you?
Minä olen… = I am…
Sinä oled… = you are…
Hän om… = he/she is…
Kacu = look
Minä olen mamoi = I’m a/the mother.
Minä olen tatoi = I’m a/the father.
Minä olen tütär = I’m a/the daughter.
Minä olen poig = I’m a/the son.
Minä olen baboi = I’m a/the grandmother.
Minä olen dedoi = I’m a/the grandfather.
Minä olen sizar = I’m a/the sister.
Minä olen vunuk = I’m a/the grandson.
Eläda = to live
Minä elän = I live
Sinä eläd = you live
Hän eläb = he/she lives
Kus? = where? (in where?)
Miš? = what (in what?)
Külä = village
Küläs = in the village
Kodi = home
Kodiš = at home (in the home)
Lidn = city
Lidnas = in the city
Kus sinä eläd? = where do you live?
Minä elän küläs = I live in the village.
Minä elän lidnas. = I live in the city.
Minä elän Petroskoiš = I live in Petroskoi (Petrozavodsk).
Kus sinä eläd? = where do you live?
Minä elän lidnas. = I live in the city.
Miččes lidnas sinä eläd? = in which city do you live?
Minä elän Petroskoiš = I live in Petroskoi (Petrozavodsk).
A kus sinä eläd? = and where do you live?
Minä elän küläs = I live in the village.
Miččes küläs sinä eläd? = in which village do you live?
Minä elän Šoutjärves. = I live in Šoutjärv (Shyoltozero).
Tulda = to come
Minä tulen = I come
Sinä tuled = you come
Hän tuleb = he/she comes
Kuspäi? = from where?
Mec = forest
Mecaspäi = from the forest
Škol = school
Školaspäi = from school
Kodi = home
Kodišpäi = from home
Pert’ = house
Pertišpäi = from the house
Kuspäi? = from where?
Kuspäi sinä tuled? = where are you coming from? where do you come from?
Minä tulen mecaspäi = I’m coming from the forest.
Minä tulen školaspäi = I’m coming from school.
Minä tulen kodišpäi = I’m coming from home.
Tütär, oled-ik sinä kodiš? = Daughter, are you at home?
Ka. Minä olen kodiš. = Yes. I am at home.
Pane päč lämha! = Heat the stove! (put the stove to heat)
Tatoi teravas tuleb. = Father is coming soon.
Kuspäi tatoi tuleb? = Where is Father coming from?
Hän tuleb mecaspäi. = He’s coming from the forest.
Hüvä, mamoi, panen. = Okay, mom, I will (I put)
Tuleb-ik Ira-tädi? = Is aunt Ira coming?
Ka. Ira-tädi tuleb. = Yes. Aunt Ira is coming.
Om-ik hän küläs? = Is she in the village?
Hän tuleb lidnaspäi. = She’s coming from the city.

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-26, 4:09

I just came across this - it appears to be a full documentary (1 hour 41 minutes) in Veps, with English subtitles. I have not watched it, but from the few minutes I looked at, it looks interesting.
"Sel'ktas vedes kala kokib" = "In clean water the fish bites"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1KznYPZsSw

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-28, 3:52

Pagiškam vepsäks. Video-urok 4. Sä
Let's speak Veps, lesson 4: weather.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMTVknhc5rM

Pagiškam vepsäks! = let’s speak Veps
4. urok = fourth lesson
Sä = weather
Mitte om tämbei irdal sä? = what’s the weather like outside today?
Päiväine paštab = the sun is shining
Irdal on läm = outside it’s warm
Tämbei om hüvä sä! = today is good weather!
Mitte om tämbei irdal sä? = what’s the weather like outside today?
Tulleine puhub = the wind is blowing, the wind blows
Irdal om vihm = outside is rain
Tämbei om paha sä = today is bad weather
Ota muštho = memorize
Sä = weather
Hüvä sä = good weather
Paha sä = bad weather
Läm’ sä = warm weather
Vilu sä = cold weather
Homaiče = pay attention
Mitte tämbei sä om? = what’s the weather today? how is the weather today?
Tämbei om hüvä sä = today is good weather
Tämbei om paha sä = today is bad weather
Mitte eglai sä oli? = what was the weather yesterday? how was the weather yesterday?
Eglai oli läm’ sä. = yesterday was warm weather.
Eglai oli vilu sä. = yesterday was cold weather.
Kacu = look
Gal’oi, oled-ik sinä küläs? = Galya, are you in the village?
Ka. Minä olen küläs? - Yes, I am in the village.
Mitte sä küläs om? = how is the weather in the village?
Tämbei om hüvä sä = today there is good weather
Irdal om läm’ = it’s warm outside
Päiväine paštab = the sun is shining
Mitte sä lidnas om? = how is the weather in the city?
Lidnas om mugažo läm’ sä. = In the city there is warm weather too.
Mitte sä eglai oli lidnas? = how was the weather yesterday in the city?
Eglai oli vilu = yesterday was cold
Irdal oli kova tullei = outside there was a strong wind
Oli-ik küläs eglai vilu sä = was it cold in the village yesterday?
Ei. Küläs eglai oli hüvä sä. = No. In the village yesterday there was good weather.
Luge = read
Nedal’päiväd = days of the week
Ezmärgen = on Monday
Tožnargen = on Tuesday
Koumanz’päivän = on Wednesday
Nellänz’päivän = on Thursday
Pätničan = on Friday
Sobatan = on Saturday
Pühäpäivän = on Sunday
Mitte sä sobatan oli? = how was the weather on Saturday?
Sobatan oli läm’ sä = on Saturday the weather was warm.
Mitte sä tožnargen linneb? = what will the weather be on Tuesday?
Tožnargen linneb vilu sä. = Tuesday the weather will be cold.
Mitte sä nellänz’päivän linneb? = what will the weather be on Wednesday?
Nellänz’päivän linneb hüvä sä. On Wednesday the weather will be good.
Tervhen, Mašoi! = Hello, Maša!
Kut sinä eläd? = how are you?
Nügüd’ om keza. = It’s summer now.
Minä olen küläs. = I’m in the village.
Küläs ezmärgen vihmui. = In the village on Monday it rained.
Tožnargen oli paha sä. = On Tuesday there was bad weather.
Koumanz’päivän oli kova tullei. = On Wednesday there was a strong wind.
Nellänz’päivän oli hüvä sä. = on Thursday there was good weather.
Tämbei päiväine paštab. = Today the sun is shining.
Homen linneb läm’ sä. = Tomorrow there will be warm weather.
Pühäpäivän möst linneb vihm. = Sunday it will rain again.
Mitte sä lidnas om? = how is the weather in the village?
Tule adivoihe! = come to visit!
Kaiked hüväd sinei! = all the best to you!
Nastoi = Nasta (name)
Luge = read
Vihm = rain
Irdal vihmub = it’s raining outside
Päiväine paštab = the sun is shining
Tullei puhub = the wind is blowing
Pil’v - cloud
Taivaz om pil’viš = it’s cloudy, in the sky there are clouds, the sky is cloudy
Jumalanjuru = thunder
Navedida = to love, like
Minä navedin = I love, I like
Sinä navedid = you love, you like
Hän navedib = he/she loves, he/she likes
Midä sinä navedid? = what do you like?
Minä navedin päiväšt = I live the sun.
Minä navedin vihmad. = I like the rain.
Minä en navedi = I don’t like
Sinä ed navedi = you don’t like
Hän ei navedi = he/she doesn’t like
Midä sinä ed navedi? = what don’t you like?
Minä en navedi sumegad. = I don’t like fog.
Minä en navedi jumalanjurud. = I don’t like thunder.
Gal’oi, kacu! = Galya, look!
Möst vihmub. = It’s raining again.
Eglai mugažo vihmui. = It rained yesterday too.
Minä navedin vihmad. = I like the rain.
Minä en navedi vihmad. = I don’t like the rain.
Mikš? = why?
Taivaz om hahk. = The sky is grey.
Irdal om märg. = It’s wet outside.
Päiväine ei pašta = The sun doesn’t shine.
Midä hüväd om? = What is good [about it]?
Minä en navedi jumalanjurud = I don’t like thunder.
Minä varaidan. = I get scared.
Minä navedin lämäd säd. = I like warm weather.
Irdal om läm’. = It’s warm outside.
Päiväine paštab. = The sun shines.
Mel’ om hüvä! = The mood is good!
Mitte sä sobatan linneb? = What will the weather be like on Saturday?
Sobatan linneb vihm. = Saturday it will rain.
Minä navedin vihmad. = I like rain.
Minä navedin ištta kodiš, = I like to sit at home
Joda čajud = to drink tea
Kacta iknaha = to look out the window
Uded sanad = new words
Sä = weather
Keza = summer
Voz’aig = season
Navedida = to love, to like, to enjoy
Hüvä = good
Paha (huba, hond) = bad
Läm’ = warm
Vilu = cold
Tullei = wind
Puhuda = to blow
Päiväine = sun
Paštta = to shine
Taivaz = sky
Pil’v = cloud
Vihm = rain
Sumeg = fog
Jumalansä = thunderstorm (literally: “God’s weather”)
Jumalanjuru = thunder
Ezmärg = Monday
Tožnarg = Tuesday
Koumanz’päiv = Wednesday
Nellänz’päiv = Thursday
Pätnič = Friday
Sobat = Saturday
Pühäpäiv = Sunday

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-03-31, 18:47

Pagiškam vepsäks. Video-urok 5. Pert’, fater
Let's speak Veps, lesson 5: House, apartment

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vUgVpl7DGE

Pagiškam vepsäks! = let’s speak Veps
5. urok = fifth lesson
Pert’ = house
Fater = apartment
Ota muštho = memorize
Pert’ = house
Katuz = roof
Ikun = window
Sein = wall
Verai = door
Gardalei = balcony
Pordhad = porch
Al = under
Alle = to under
Alpäi = from under
Taga = behind
Päl = on top
Kohtas, kohtha = across from
Katusen al = under the roof
Katusen alle = to under the roof
Katusen alpäi = from under the roof
Stolan taga = at the table (behind the table)
Stolan päl = on the table
Stolan kohtas = across from the table
Nece om pert’ = This is a house.
Nece om katuz. = This is a roof.
Nece om gardalei = This is a balcony.
Nece om sein. = This is a wall.
Seinän taga om minum honuz. = Behind the wall is my room.
Nece om ikun. = This is a window.
Iknan al oma änikod. = Under the window are flowers.
Nene oma pordhad. = This is a porch.
Nece om verai. = This is a door. (note: exterior door only; cognate with Estonian värav “gate”)
Verajan kohtas om te. = Across from the door is the road.
Minun pert’ om čoma = My house is beautiful.
Mil? = on what?
Lava = floor
Laval = on the floor
Sein = wall
Seinäl = on the wall
Ikun = window
Iknal = in the window
Hurst’ om laval. = The mat is on the floor.
Kuva om seinäl. = The picture is on the wall.
Pada om iknal. = The pot is in the window.
Hurst’ om laval. = The mat is on the floor.
Kuva om seinäl. = The picture is on the wall.
Samvar om stolal. = The samovar is on the table.
Pada om iknal. = The pot is in the window.
Om-ik sinai fater vai pert’? = Do you have an apartment or a house?
Minai om pert’. = I have a house.
Om-ik sinai sur’ pert’? = Do you have a large house?
Ka. Minai om sur’ pert’. = Yes. I have a large house.
Kus sinun pert’ om? = where is your house?
Kacu! = Look!
Minun pert’ om mägel. = My house is on the hill.
Milpäi? = from what?
Lavalpäi = from the floor
Seinälpäi = from the wall
Mille? = onto what?
Iknale = into the window
Stolale = onto the table
Mille? = onto what?
Milpäi? = from what?
Otta = to take
Minä otan = I take
Sinä otad = you take
Hän otab = he/she takes
Minä otan kuvan seinälpäi. = I take the picture from the wall.
Vel’l’ otab hurstin lavalpäi. = Brother takes the mat from the floor.
Panda = to put
Minä panen = I put
Sinä paned = you put
Hän paneb = he/she puts
Vel’l’ paneb samvaran stolale. = Brother puts the samovar on the table.
Mamoi paneb padan iknale. = Mother puts the pot in the window.
Minä otan hurstin lavalpäi. = I take the mat from the floor.
Minä otan kuvan seinälpäi. = I take the picture from the wall.
Minä otan samvaran stolalpäi. = I take the samovar from the table.
Minä otan padan iknalpäi. = I take the pot from the window.
Minä panen samvaran stolale. = I put the samovar on the table.
Minä otan čaškad i panen stolale. = I take the cups and put [them] on the table.
Minä otan luzikad i panen stolale. = I take the spoons and put [them] on the table.
Pane leib stolale! = put the bread on the table!
Hüvä = good, okay
Minä panen leibäd stolale. = I put the bread on the table.
Fater = apartment
Ezine = entryway
Honuz = room
Uks’ = door (interior door; exterior door is verai)
Keitimpol’ = kitchen
Ühthine honuz = living room
Magaduzhonuz =bedroom
Pezuhonuz = bathroom
Ostta = to buy
Minä ostin = I bought
Sinä ostid = you bought
Hän osti = he/she bought
Nece om fater. = This is the apartment.
Nece om ezine. = This is the entryway.
Nece om uks’. = This is the door.
Nece om keitimpol’. = This is the kitchen.
Nece om ühthine honuz. = This is the living room.
Nece om magaduzhonuz. = This is the bedroom.
Necem on pezuhonuz. = This is the bathroom.
Nece om lapsen honuz. = This is the child’s room.
Uded sanad = new words
Pert’ = house
Fater = apartment
Katuz = roof
Ikun = window
Sein = wall
Verai = outer door
Gardalei = balcony
Pordhad = porch
Ezine = entryway
Honuz = room
Uks’ = interior door
Keitimpol’ = kitchen
Ühthine honuz = living room
Magaduzhonuz - bedroom
Pezuhonuz = bathroom
Lapsen honuz = child’s room
Mil = on what
Mille = onto what
Milpäi = from what
Otta = to take
Sada = to get
Panda = to put
Antta = to give
Ostta = to buy

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-04-10, 0:22

Pagiškam vepsäks. Video-urok 6. Lauk
Let’s Speak Veps! Lesson 6. The Store.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6dp6O33pUI

Pagiškam vepsäks! = let’s speak Veps
6. urok = sixth lesson
Lauk = store
Lugud = numbers
Üks’ = one
Kaks’ = two
Koume = three
Nel’l’ = four
Viž = five
Kuz’ = six
Seičeme = seven
Kahesa = eight
Ühesa = nine
Kümne = ten
Keda? = whom?
Midä? = what?
Üks’ hebo = one horse
Kaks’ hebod = two horses
Üks’ lauk = one store
Nel’l’ laukad = four stores
Üks pert’ = one house
Viž pertid = five houses
Üks’ voz’ = one year
Kuz’ vot = six years
Üks’ laps’ = one child
Seičeme last = seven children
Üks’, kaks’ - kažin laps’ = one, two - the cat’s kitten (“cat’s child”)
Koume, nel’l’ - koiran vel’l’ = three, four - the dog’s brother
Viž, kuz’ - hebo uz’ = five, six - a new horse
Seičeme - tulleine = seven - windy
Kahesa - vilu sä = eight - cold weather
Ühesa - hüvä sä = nine - good weather
Kümne - päiväine! = ten - sunny!
Leib = bread
Jauh = flour
Voi = butter
Pühävoi = vegetable oil (“holy butter”)
Muna = egg
Ostta = to buy
Minä ostan = I buy
Sinä ostad = you (singular) buy
Hän ostab = he/she buys
Mö ostam = we buy
Tö ostat = you (plural) buy
Hö ostaba = they buy
Midä? = what?
Min? = of what?
Minä ostan leibäd. = I buy bread.
Minä ostan jauhod. = I buy flour.
Minä ostan void. = I buy butter.
Minä ostan munid. = I buy eggs.
Tervhen = hello
Minä olen Kristina. = I am Kristina.
Minä olen Angelina. = I am Angelina.
Mö olem laukas. = We are in the store.
Midä mö tänambei ostam? = what will we buy today?
Mö ostam leibäd, maidod da jauhod. = we’ll by bread, milk, and flour.
Ostam-ik mö void? = Will we buy butter?
Ka. Mö ostam völ void. = Yes. We’ll also buy butter.
Kaks’ pärpad leibäd = two loaves of bread
Koume kilogrammad jauhod = three kilograms of flour
Nel’l’ pačkad void = four packs of butter
Viž butulkad pühävoid = five bottles of vegetable oil
Kümne munad = ten eggs
Osta! = buy!
Maksa! = pay!
Osta leibäd! = buy bread!
Osta maidod! = buy milk!
Osta koume pärpad leibäd! = buy three loaves of bread!
Osta nel’l’ litrad maidod! = buy four liters of milk!
Osta pert’! = buy a house!
Osta fater! = by an apartment!
Lähted-ik sinä laukha? = are you going to the store?
Ka, mamoi = yes, mother
Minä lähten = I’m going
Midä tariž ostta? = What should I buy?
Osta leibäd da maidod! = Buy bread and milk!
Kuverz’ buhankad leibäd tariž ostta? = How many loaves of bread should I buy?
Osta kaks’ buhankad leibäd! = By two loaves of bread!
Kuverz’ litrad maidod tariž ostta? = How many liters of milk should I buy?
Osta koume litrad maidod! = Buy three liters of milk!
Hüvä, mamoi. = Okay, mom.
Minä ostan. = I’ll buy it.
Maksa maidos da leibäs kartal! = Pay for the milk and bread with a card!
Hüvä, mamoi. = Okay, mom.
Minä maksan leibäs da maidos kartal. = I’ll pay for the bread and milk with a card.
Maid = milk
Hapanmaid = sour milk
Kefir = kefir
Kandatez = sour cream
Rahtod = cottage cheese
Minai = I have
Sinai = you (singular) have
Hänel = he/she has
Meil = we have
Teil = you (plural) have
Heil = they have
Minai ei ole = I don’t have
Sinai ei ole = you (singular) don’t have
Hänel ei ole = he/she doesn’t have
Meil ei ole = we don’t have
Teil ei ole = you (plural) don’t have
Heil ei ole = they don’t have
Minai ei ole maidod. = I don’t have any milk.
Minai ei ole kandatest. = I don’t have any sour cream.
Minai ei ole rahtoid. = I don’t have any cottage cheese.
Minä tahtoin ostta maidod. = I want to buy milk.
Om žal’, no meil ei ole maidod. = Unfortunately, we don’t have any milk.
Om-ik kefir? = Is there kefir?
Ka. Kefir om. = Yes. There is kefir.
Om-ik teil koume litrad kefirad? = Do you have three liters of kefir?
Meil ei ole koumed litrad kefirad = We don’t have three liters of kefir.
Om vaiše kak’s litrad. = There are only two liters.
Siloi minä otan kaks’ litrad kefirad. = Then I’ll take two liters of kefir.
Ole hüvä, ota! = Please, take [it]!
Spasib = Thank you
Lauk = store
Möi = seller, salesperson
Ostai = buyer
Ota! = Take!
Anda! = Give!
Minei = to me
Sinei = to you (singular)
Hänele = to him/her
Meile = to us
Teile = to you (plural)
Heile = (to them)
Anda minei! = give me!
Anda meile! = give us!
Anda minei leibäd! = give me bread!
Anda minei maidod! = give me milk!
Ota kandatest! = take sour cream!
Ota rahtoid! = take cottage cheese!
Nina, midä sinä teged tägä? = Nina, what are you doing here?
Minä radan neciš laukas. = I work at this store.
Minä olen möi. = I am a salesperson.
Amu-ik sinä radad neciš laukas? = How long do you work (=have you worked) in this store?
Kut amu sinä radad neciš laukas? = How long do you work (=have you worked) in this store?
Minä radan neciš laukas viž nedalid. = I work in this store five weeks.
Anda minei maidod! = give me milk!
Ole hüvä! = Please!
Ota! = take
Äjak maksab litr maidod? = How much does a liter of milk cost?
Litr maidod maksab kümne rubl’ad. = A liter of milk costs ten rubles.
Anda minei kandatest! = give me sour cream!
Spasib = thank you
Uded sanad = new words
Lauk = store
Osta! = buy!
Ota! = take!
Anda = give!
Maksa! = pay!
Leib = bread
Parpad (pärpad), buhank = loaf
Maid = milk
Hapanmaid = sour milk
Kefir = kefir
Kandatez = sour cream
Rahtod = cottage cheese
Jauh = flour
Voi = butter
Pühävoi = vegetable oil
Möi = salesperson, seller
Ostai = customer, buyer
Rahad, dengad = money
Keda? = whom?
Midä? = what?
Lugu = number
Üks’ = one
Kaks’ = two
Koume = three
Nel’l’ = four
Viž = five
Kuz’ = six
Seičeme = seven
Kahesa = eight
Ühesa = nine
Kümne = ten

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-04-21, 23:49

Pagiškam vepsäks. Video-urok 7. Muju
Let’s Speak Veps! Lesson 7. Colors.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3xMBPzwC3E

Pagiškam vepsäks! = let’s speak Veps
7. urok = seventh lesson
Muju = color
Ota muštho = memorize
Muju = color
Vauged = white
Vauged pil’v = white cloud
Vihand = green
Vihand hein = green grass
Sinine = blue
Sinine taivaz = blue sky
Homaiče = pay attention
Miččel mujul? = what color?
Vauktal mujul = white color
Vihandal mujul = green color
Miččel mujul sinä navedid pirta? = what color do you like to color with?
Minä navedin pirta vauktal mujul. = I like to color with white.
Minä navedin pirta vihandal mujul. = I like to color with green.
Kacu! = Look!
Mašoi, kacu kuvaha! = Masha, look at the picture!
Mi nece om? = what is this?
Nece om pil’v = this is a cloud.
Hüvä! = good!
Mitte pil’v om? = what is the cloud like?
Pil’v om vauged. = the cloud is white.
Tas’a, kacu kuvaha! = Tasya, look at the picture!
Mi nece om? = what is this?
Nece om hein. = This is grass.
Hüvä! = good!
Oikti! = correct!
A mitte hein om? = but what is the grass like?
Hein om vihand. = the grass is green.
Kirill, mi nece om? = Kirill, what is this?
Nece om taivas. = this is the sky
Hüvä! = good!
A mitte taivaz om? = but what is the sky like?
Taivaz om sinine = the sky is blue
Luge! = Read!
Ota muštho = memorize
Rusked = red
Rusked marj = red berry
Pakuine = yellow
Pakuine päiväine = yellow sun
Hahk = grey
Hahk jäniš = grey hare
Ruza = pink
Ruza kaglpaik = scarf
Homaiče = pay attention
Minä en ole = I am not
Sinä ed ole = you are not (singular)
Hän ei ole = she/she is not
Mö em olgoi = we are not
Tö et olgoi = you are not (plural)
Hö ei olgoi = they are not
Minä olen garbol. = I am a cranberry.
Minä olen rusked marj = I am a red berry.
Minä en ole must marj. = I am not a black berry.
Mö olem rusked sestrikaine = we are red currant
Must čigičaine = black currant
I = and
Rusked babarm = red raspberry
Mö em olgoi mamarjad. = We are not earth-berries (berries that grow on the ground).
Mö olem penzazmarjad. = We are bush-berries (berries that grow on bushes).
Kacu = look!
Om-ik marj vauged? = is the berry white?
Marj ei ole vauged. = The berry isn’t white.
Marj om rusked. = The berry is red.
Om-ik päiväine ruza? = is the sun pink?
Päiväine ei ole ruza. = The sun is not pink.
Päiväine om pakuine. = The sun is yellow.
Oma-ik jänišad vihandad? = are the hares green?
Jänišad ei olgoi vihandad. = The hares are not green.
Jänišad oma hahkad. = The hares are grey.
Oma-ik löcud rusttad? = Are the frogs red?
Löcud ei olgoi rusttad. = The frogs are not red.
Löcud oma vihandad. = The frogs are green.
Ota muštho = memorize
Must = black
Must variš = black crow
Muzav = brown
Muzav pert’ = brown house
Muzarusked = burgundy (brown-red)
Muzarusked velokezr = burgundy bike
Sinivauvaz = light blue (blue-white)
Sinivauvaz paid = light blue shirt
Homaiče = pay attention
Kenel? = who has?
Kel? = who has?
Minai ei ole = I don’t have
Sinai ei ole = you don’t have
Hänel ei ole = he/she doesn’t have
Meil ei ole = we don’t have
Teil ei ole = you don’t have (plural)
Heil ei ole = they don’t have
Minai ei ole mustad kaglpaikad. = I do not have a black scarf.
Hänel ei ole sinivauvhad velokezrad. = He/she does not have a blue bicycle.
Kacu! = look!
Zahar, om-ik sinai muzav pirdim? = Zahar, do you have a brown pencil?
Minai ei ole muzavad pirdint. = I don’t have a brown pencil.
Midä sinä tahtoid mujutada? = what do you want to color?
Minä tahtoin mujutada pertin. = I want to color a house.
Minai om must pirdim. = I have a black pencil.
Ota se! = Take it!
Ole hüvä! = please! (lit. be good!)
Om-ik sinai muzarusked pirdim? = do you have a burgundy pencil?
Om žal’, no = Unfortunately
Minai ei ole muzarusttad pirdint. = I don’t have a burgundy pencil.
Minai om rusked pirdim! = I have a red pencil!
Hüvä! = okay! Good!
Anda minei rusked pirdim! = give me the red pencil!
Ota se! = take it!
Spasib! = thank you!
Kahesa mujud = eight colors
Taivaz sinine = blue sky
Sinivauvaz vezine = light blue water
Päiväine om pakuine = the sun is yellow
Pil’vut ani vauktaine = the clouds all white
Vihand hein om pöudoižes = green grass is in the field
Ruza änik penzhaižes =a pink flower on the bush
Ma om mugoi mustaine = the land is so black (mugoi = such)
Manzikaine - rusttaine = wild strawberry - red
Uded sanad = new words
Muju = color
Vauged, vauktaine = white
Vihand = green
Sinine = blue
Rusked, rusttaine = red
Pakuine = yellow
Hahk = grey
Ruza = pink
Must, mustaine = black
Muzav = brown
Muzarusked = burgundy
Sinivauvaz = light blue
Pert’ = house
Paid = shirt
Hein = grass
Velokezr = bicycle
Mamarjad = berries that grow on land
Panzazmarja = berries that grow on bushes
Marj = berry
Pil’v = cloud
Taivaz = sky
Variš = crow
Garbol = cranberry
Mustikaine = blueberry
Babarm = raspberry
Sestrikaine = red currant
Čigičaine = black currant
Päiväine = sun
Jäniš = hare
Löc = frog
Kaglpaik = scarf
Pirdim = pencil
Mujutada = to color
Kenel? = who has?
Kel? = who has?
Miččel mujul? = what color?

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-05-05, 18:50

Pagiškam vepsäks. Video-urok 8. Lugu.
Let’s Speak Veps! Lesson 8. Number.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGw2Ni_au-Y

Pagiškam vepsäks! = let’s speak Veps
8. urok = eighth lesson
Lugu = number
Ota muštho = memorize
Äjak? = how many?
Üks’ = one
Kaks’ = two
Koume = three
Nel’l’ = four
Viž = five
Kuz’ = six
Seičeme = seven
Kahesa = eight
Ühesa = nine
Kümne = ten
Runo = poem, folksong
Üks’, kaks’ - kažin laps’ = one, two - the cat’s kitten (“cat’s child”)
Koume, nel’l’ - koiran vel’l’ = three, four - the dog’s brother
Viž, kuz’ - hebo uz’ = five, six - a new horse
Seičeme - tulleine = seven - windy
Kahesa - vilu sä = eight - cold weather
Ühesa - hüvä sä = nine - good weather
Kümne - päiväine! = ten - sunny!
Homaiče = pay attention
Äjak? = how many?
Keda? = whom?
Midä? = what?
Üks’ ö = one night
Koume öd = three nights
Üks’ koir = one dog
Kuz’ koirad = six dogs
Üks’ sen’ = one mushroom
Kaks’ sen’t = two mushrooms
Üks’ honuz = one room
Nel’l’ honust = four rooms
Üks’ neičukaine = one girl
Nel’l’ neičukašt = four girls
Kacu! = watch!
Gal’oi, äjak honust sinun fateras om? = Galya, how many rooms are in your apartment?
Minai om kak’s honust. = I have two rooms.
Äjak teil, Nastoi? = how many do you have, Nastya?
Meiden pertiš om nel’l’ honust. = Our house has four rooms.
Mitte sur’ pert’ teil om! = What a big house you have!
Teil om äi iknoid. = You have many windows.
Ka. = Yes.
Kaikuččes honuses om kaks’ iknad. = In each room there are two windows.
Om-ik keitimpoles ikun? = Is there a window in the kitchen?
Ka. Om. = Yes. There is.
Pertiš om ühesa iknad. = In the house there are nine windows.
Teiden pertiš om ani vauvaz. = You house is very bright.
Muga om! = That’s true!
Luge! = read!
Ota muštho = memorize
Üks’toštkümne = eleven
Kaks’toštkümne = twelve
Koumetoštkümne = thirteen
Nel’l’toštkümne = fourteen
Vižtoštkümne = fifteen
Kuz’toštkümne = sixteen
Seičemetoštkümne = seventeen
Kahesatoštkümne = eighteen
Ühesatoštkümne = nineteen
Homaiče = pay attention
Äjak gradusad lämäd irdal om? = how hot is it outside? (how many degrees warm outside?)
Irdal om vižtoštkümne gradusad lämäd. = It’s 15 degrees outside. (outside is 15 degrees warm)
Irdal om kahesatoštkümne gradusad lämäd. = It’s 18 degrees outside. (outside is 18 degrees warm)
Kacu! = Watch!
Mašoi, äjak gradusad lämäd irdal om? = Masha, how hot is it outside? (how many degrees warm outside is?)
Nügüd’ om kahesatoštkümne gradusad lämäd = Now it’s 18 degrees warm.
Äjak gradusad lämäd ehtal linneb? = how warm will it be this evening? (how many degrees warm evening will be?)
Ehtal linneb kuz’toštkümne gradusad lämäd = Evening will be 16 degrees warm.
Kacu, mitte sä linneb homen? = See what the weather will be like tomorrow (look, what weather will be tomorrow)
Homen linneb läm’ sä. = Tomorrow will be warm. (tomorrow will be warm weather)
Irdal linneb ühesatoštkümne gradusad lämäd. = It will be 19 degrees. (outside will be 19 degrees warm.)
Nece om hüvä! = That’s good!
Luge! = Read!
Ota muštho = memorize
Kaks’kümne = twenty
Koumekümne = thirty
Nel’l’kümne = forty
Vižkümnev = fifty
Kuz’kümne = sixty
Seičemekümne = seventy
Kahesakümne = eighty
Ühesakümne = ninety
Homaiče = pay attention
Kut äi? Kuverz’? = How many? How much?
Äi den’goid = a lot of money, much money
Äi sanoid = a lot of words, many words
Kuverz’ maksab bilet trolleibusas? = How much does a trolley ticket cost?
BIlet trolleibusas maksab kaks’kümne rubl’ad. = A trolley ticket costs 20 rubles.
Kacu! = Watch!
Ol’oi, kuna ajab avtobus nomer kümne? = Olya, where does bus number 10 go?
Se ajab lidnan keskusehe. = It goes to the city center.
Kuna sinei pidab sadas? = Where do you need to go?
Minei pidab päzuda Drevl’anka-mikrorajonaha. = I need to get to Drevlanka residential district.
Sinna lähteb avtobus i trolleibus. = Buses and trolleys go there. (To there go bus and trolley.)
Mil sinä tahtoid ajada? = Which do you want to take?
Minä völ en teada. = I’m not sure. (I yet don’t know.)
Miččel avtobusal voin päzuda sinna? = On which bus can I get there?
Avtobus nomer kaks’kümne ajab sinna. = Bus number 20 goes there.
Mitte trolleibus? = Which trolley?
Trolleibus nomer kuz’. = Trolley number six.
Kuverz’ maksab bilet trolleibusas? = How much does a trolley ticket cost?
BIlet trolleibusas maksab kaks’kümne rubl’ad. = A trolley ticket costs 20 rubles.
Äjak avtobusas? = How much for a bus ticket? (how many on the bus?)
Avtobusas se om kaks’kümne viž rubl’ad. = On the bus it’s 25 rubles.
Minä ajan trolleibusal. = I’ll go on the trolley.
Luge! = Read!
Ota muštho = memorize
Sada = one hundred
Kaks’sadad = two hundred
Koumesadad = three hundred
Nel’l’sadad = four hundred
Vižsadad = five hundred
Kuz’sadad = six hundred
Seičemesadad = seven hundred
Kahesasadad = eight hundred
Ühesasadad = nine hundred
Tuha = one thousand
Homaiče = pay attention
Miččel vodel? = what year? in which year?
Konz? = when?
Miččel vodel sinä oled sündunu? = what year were you born?
Minä olen sündunu vodel tuha ühesasadad vižkümne kuz’. = I was born in 1956. (I was born in year thousand nine-hundred fifty six)
Kacu! = Watch!
Daša, minei pidab täütta küzundlist. = Dasha, I need to conduct (fill out) out a survey.
Voin-ik minä antta sinei erasid küzundoid? = Can I ask (give) you some questions?
Hüvä. Küzu! = Okay. Ask!
Daša, miččel vodel sinä oled sündunu? = Dasha, what year were you born?
Minä olen sündunu vodel tuha ühesasadad ühesakümen. = I was born in 1990.
Äjak vot sinei om? = how old are you?
Minei om kaks’kümne seičeme vot. = I am 27 years old.
Miččel vodel sinä putuid universitetha? = In what year did you enter the university?
Minä putuin universitetha vodel kak’s tuhad kahesa. = I entered the university in 2008.
Äjak vot sinei oli? = how old were you?
Minei oli kahesatošt’kümne vot. = I was 18 years old.
Luge = Read!
Uded sanad = new words
Lugud = numbers
Keda? = whom?
Midä? = what?
Äjak? Kuverz’? = How many? How much?
Om-ik äi? = Are there many? Is there a lot?
Kut äi? = How many? How much?
Konz? = When?
Miččel vodel? = What year? in which year?
Üks’ = one
Kaks’ = two
Koume = three
Nel’l’ = four
Viž = five
Kuz’ = six
Seičeme = seven
Kahesa = eight
Ühesa = nine
Kümne = ten
Üks’toštkümne = eleven
Kaks’toštkümne = twelve
Koumetoštkümne = thirteen
Nel’l’toštkümne = fourteen
Vižtoštkümne = fifteen
Kuz’toštkümne = sixteen
Seičemetoštkümne = seventeen
Kahesatoštkümne = eighteen
Ühesatoštkümne = nineteen
Kaks’kümne = twenty
Koumekümne = thirty
Nel’l’kümne = forty
Vižkümnev = fifty
Kuz’kümne = sixty
Seičemekümne = seventy
Kahesakümne = eighty
Ühesakümne = ninety
Sada = one hundred
Kaks’sadad = two hundred
Koumesadad = three hundred
Nel’l’sadad = four hundred
Vižsadad = five hundred
Kuz’sadad = six hundred
Seičemesadad = seven hundred
Kahesasadad = eight hundred
Ühesasadad = nine hundred
Tuha = one thousand

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-05-06, 15:36

Pagiškam vepsäks. Video-urok 9. Aig.
Let’s Speak Veps! Lesson 9. Time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DwhvSl_uOE

Pagiškam vepsäks! = let’s speak Veps
9. urok = ninth lesson
Aig = time
Ota muštho = memorize
Homendez = morning
Hüväd homendest! = good morning!
Päiv = day
Hüväd päiväd = good afternoon (good day)
Eht = evening
Hüväd ehtad = good evening
Ö = night
Hüväd öd = good night
Homaiče = pay attention
Äjak aigad nügüd’ om? = What time is it? (how many time now is?)
Nügüd’ om seičeme časud homendest. = It’s seven o’clock in the morning now.
Nügüd’ om koume časud päiväd. = It’s three o’clock in the afternoon now.
Nügüd’ om kahesa časud ehtad. = It’s eight o’clock in the evening now.
Nügüd’ om kaks’ časud öd. = It’s two o’clock in the morning now.
Kacu! = Watch!
Kat’a, äjak aigad nügüd’ om? = Katya, what time is it now?
Nügüd’ om kaks’ časud päiväd. = It’s two o’clock in the afternoon now.
Kuna sinä rigehtid? = Where are you rushing off to?
Minä rigehtin sportzalaha. = I’m rushing off to gym.
Miččel aigal sinai om sportzal? = What time do you have gym?
Koume časud päiväd. = Three in the afternoon.
Lähted-ik sinä tämbei sportzalaha? = Are you going to gym today?
Ka. Minä lähten. = Yes. I’m going.
Vaiše möhemba. = But later.
Miččel aigal? = What time?
Kuz’ časud ehtad. = Six in the evening.
Siloi nägemoiš = Then I’ll see you later.
Nägemoiš = See you later.
Luge! = Read!
Ota muštho = memorize
Eglai = yesterday
Endeglašt = The day before yesterday
Tämbei = today
Homen = tomorrow
Homnesjäl’gen = the day after tomorrow
Homaiče = pay attention
Kuna? Mihe? = Where? In what?
Mända = to go
Minä mänen = I go
Sinä mäned = you go (singular)
Hän mäneb = he/she goes
Mö mänem = we go
Tö mänet = you go (plural)
Hö mäneba = they go
Lauk = store
Laukha = to the store
Külä = village
Külähä = to the village
Kodi = house, home
Kodihe = to home
Veneh = boat
Veneheze = to the boat
Kacu! = Watch!
Mašoi, miččel aigal mö lähtem tämbei laukha? = Masha, what time are we going to the store today?
Lähkam seiceme času ehtad! = Let’s go at seven o’clock!
No ved’ tämbei lauk sauptase seičeme časud ehtad. = But today the store closes at seven in the evening.
Mikš? = Why?
Eglai se radoi hätkemba. = Yesterday it was open (worked) longer.
Eglai oli radpäiv, sikš se radoi hätkemba. = Yesterday was a workday, so it was open (worked) longer.
Tedad-ik kut nece lauk radab homen? = Do you know if the store is open.(works) tomorrow?
Homen om pühäpäiv, sikš se sauptase viž časud ehtad. = Tomorrow is Sunday, so it closes at five o’clock in the evening.
Mängam toižehe laukha! = Let’s go to another store!
Mängam! = Let’s go!
Luge! = Read
Ota muštho = memorize
Nedal’päiväd = days of the week
Ezmärgen = on Monday
Tožnargen = on Tuesday
Koumanz’päivän = on Wednesday
Nellänz’päivän = on Thursday
Pätničan = on Friday
Sobatan = on Saturday
Pühäpäivän = on Sunday
Homaiče = pay attention
Mängam! = Let’s go!
Sögam! = Let’s eat!
Kacksam! = Let’s watch!
Kacu! = Watch!
Zahar, mängam tožnargen kinoho! = Zahar, let’s go to the cinema on Tuesday!
Om žal’, no tožnargen minä en voi. = Unfortunately, on Tuesday I can’t.
Mikš? = Why?
Tožnargen minä lähten muzikškolaha. = On Tuesday I go to music lessons (music school).
Mängam pätničan! = Let’s go on Friday!
Hüvä! Mängam! = Alright! (Good!) Let’s go!
Miččel aigal pätničan zavodiše fil’m? = What time on Friday does the movie start?
Pätničan fil’m zavodiše seičeme časud ehtad. = On Friday the movie starts at seven o’clock in the evening.
Nece om möhä. = That is late.
Om-ik aigemba seans? = Is there an earlier showing?
Aigemba seans om vaiše sobatan. = An earlier showing is only on Saturday.
Miččel aigal ? What time?
Kaks’ časud päiväd. = Two o’clock in the afternoon.
Nece om hüvä aig. = That (this) i’s a good time.
Mängam sobatan kinoho! = Let’s go on Saturday to the cinema!
Hüvä! Mängam! = Alright! (Good!) Let’s go!
Luge! = Read!
Uded sanad = new words.
Homendez = morning
Päiv = day
Eht = evening
Ö = night
Eglai = yesterday
Endeglašt = The day before yesterday
Tämbei = today
Homen = tomorrow
Homnesjäl’gen = the day after tomorrow
Ezmärgen = on Monday
Tožnargen = on Tuesday
Koumanz’päivän = on Wednesday
Nellänz’päivän = on Thursday
Pätničan = on Friday
Sobatan = on Saturday
Pühäpäivän = on Sunday
Nügüd’ = now
Aigemba = earlier
Möhemba = later
Vaiše = only, just, but
Kuna? = Where?
Mända = to go
Rigehtida = to rush, to hurry
Zavodidas = start, begin

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-05-12, 2:49

Pagiškam vepsäks. Video-urok 10. Voden aigad.
Let’s Speak Veps! Lesson 10. Seasons.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSo4jvpEQLg

Pagiškam vepsäks! = let’s speak Veps
10. urok = tenth lesson
Voden agaid = seasons
Ota muštho = memorize
Konz? = When?
Keza = summer
Kezal = in summer
Kezaku = June (“summer month”)
Kezakus = in June
Heinku = July (“hay month”)
Heinkus = in July
Eloku = August (“life month”)
Elokus = in August
Homaiče = pay attention
Kenel? Kel? = who has? Whose?
Mamoi = mother, mom
Mamoil = mom has (at mother)
Sizar = sister
Sizarel = sister has (at sister)
Mamoil om lebuaig. = Mom has a holiday/vacation.
Sizarel om koir. = Sister has a dog.
Kacu! = watch!
Navedid-ik sinä kezad? = do you like summer?
Ka. Minä lujas navedin kezad. = Yes. I really like summer.
Mikš? = why?
Kezakus mamal da tatal om lebuaig. = In summer mom and dad have vacation.
Minä mugažo navedin kezad. = I also like summer.
Mikš? = why?
Kezal om minun sündundpäiv. = My birthday is in summer (in summer is my birthday)
Konz? = when
Elokuz = in August.
A minä völ navedin heinkud. = But I like July more.
Mö ajam kanzanke meren randale. = My family travels to the shore. (We drive family to sea’s shore)
Keza om tozi hüvä aeg! = Summer is really a good time!
Luge! = read
Ota muštho = memorize
Konza? = When?
Sügüz = autumn
Sügüsel = in autumn
Sügüz’ku = September (“autumn month”)
Sügüz’kus = in September
Reduku = October (“mud month”)
Redukus = in October
Kül’mku = November ("cold month”)
Kül’mus = in November
Homaiče = pay attention
Kenelpäi? = from whom?
Mamoi = mother, mom
Mamoilpäi = from mom
Sizar = sister
Sizarelpäi = from sister
Minä sain lahjan mamoilpäi. = I got a present from my mother.
Minä sain kirjeižen sizarelpäi. = I got a letter from my sister.
Kacu! = Watch!
Pol’oi, minei kirjeine tuli. = Polya, I got a letter (to me a letter came).
Kenelpäi kirjeine tuli? = Who did the letter from from? (from whom letter came?)
Kirjeine tuli minun sizarelpäi. = The letter came from my sister.
Konz se tuli? = When did it come?
Se tuli redukus. = It came in October.
Kus sinun sizar om? = Where is your sister?
Sizar on Mustan meren randal. = My sister is at the shore of the Black Sea (sister is at Black Sea’s shore).
Konz hän ajoi sinna? = When did she travel there?
Hän ajoi sinna sügüz’kus. = She traveled there in September.
Kut hätken hän linneb sigä? = How long will she be there?
Hän linneb sigä kak’s kud. = She will be there two months.
Konz hän tuleb kodihe? = When will she come home?
Hän tuleb kodihe kül’mkus. = She’ll come home in November.
Luge! = read!
Ota muštho = memorize
Konz? = When?
Tal’v = winter
Tal’vel = in winter
Tal’vku = December (“winter month”)
Tal’vkus = in December
Viluku = January (“cold month”)
Vilukus = in January
Uhoku = February (“snowflake month”)
Uhokus = in February
Homaiče = pay attention
Kenele? Kelle? = to whom?
Mamoi = mom, mother
Mamoile = to mother
Sizar = sister
Sizarele = to sister
Minä abutan mamoile. = I help Mom.
Sinä andad kirjan sizarele. = You give a book to sister.
Kacu! = Watch!
Kirjutit-ik sinä kirjeižein Pakaižukole? = Did you write a letter to Santa Claus/Father Frost?
Ka. Minä kirjutin. = Yes, I did. (Yes. I wrote.)
Konz sinä kirjutid? = When did you write it?
Minä kirjutin tal’vkus. = I wrote it in December.
Kirjutid-ik sinä? = Did you write?
Ka. Minä kirjutin koume kirjašt Pakaižukole. = Yes. I wrote three letters to Santa Claus/Father Frost.
Mikš koume kirjašt? = Why three letters?
Sikš ku minai om kak’s velled. = Because I have two brothers.
Toi-ik Pakaižuk teile kaikuččele lahjan? = Did Santa Claus/Father Frost bring a present for each of you? (Brought Father Frost to you each a gift?)
Ka. Hän toi meile kaikuččele lahjan. = Yes. He brought us each a present.
Mö olim ihastusiš. = We were delighted/pleased.
Luge! = Read!
Ota muštho = memorize
Konz? = When?
Keväz’ = spring
Kevädel = in spring
Keväz’ku = March (“spring month”)
Keväz’kus = in March
Sulaku = April (“melt month”)
Sulakus = April
Semendku = May (“grain month”)
Semendkus = in May
Homaiče = pay attention
Kenenke? = with whom?
Mamoi = mom, mother
Mamoinke = with mother
Sizar = sister
Sizarenke = with sister
Mö ajam mamoinke küläha. = We drive/travel with mom to the village.
Minä kävelen sizarenke. = I walk with sister.
Kacu! = Watch!
Mamoi, konz mö tegem sinunke remontan? = Mom, when are we going to do remodeling with you?
Mö tegem sinunke remontan necil kevädel. = We’ll do remodeling this spring. (We do with you repairs this spring.)
Hüvä! Midä mö ezmäks tegem? = Good! What will we do first?
Keväz’kus mö mujutam lagen da lavan. = In March we’ll paint the ceiling and the floor.
Hüvä! A midä jäl’ges? = Good! And what next?
Sulakus mö klejadam seinid. = In April we’ll paste wallpaper. (In March we paste walls.)
Miččed uded kodikalud mö ostam minun honusehe? = What new furniture will we buy for my room?
I konz? = And when?
Mö ostam tatanke sinei semendkus uden divanan i uden stolan. = Your father and I will buy you a new sofa and a new table. (We buy with father to you new sofa and new table)
Hüvä! = Good! / Alright!
A kuni keväz’ völ ei tulend, mö ostam mujud i špalerad. = But since spring hasn’t come yet, we’ll buy paint and wallpaper.
Mujud da špalerad minä valičn iče. = I’ll choose the paint and wallpaper myself. (Paint and wallpaper I choose self.)
Hüvä om! = Good! / Alright!
Luge! = Read!
Uded sanad = new words
Konz? = when?
Keza = summer
Sügüz = autumn
Tal’v = winter
Keväz’ = spring
Ku = month
Viluku = January (“cold month”)
Uhoku = February (“snowflake month”)
Keväz’ku = March (“spring month”)
Sulaku = April (“melt month”)
Semendku = May (“grain month”)
Kezaku = June (“summer month”)
Heinku = July (“hay month”)
Eloku = August (“life month”)
Sügüz’ku = September (“autumn month”)
Reduku = October (“mud month”)
Kül’mku = November ("cold month”)
Tal’vku = December (“winter month”)
Kenel, kel = Who has? At whom?
Kenele, kelle = to whom?
Kenelpäi = from whom?
Kenenke = with whom?
Lahj = gift, present
Kirjeine = letter
Lebuaig = vacation, holiday
Pakaižuk = Father Frost, Santa Claus
Sündundpäiv = birthday
Ajada = to drive, to go
Tulda = to come
Antta = to give
Ostta = to buy
Tehta = to do
Navedida = to like, to love
Kirjutada = to write
Abutada = to help
Valita = to choose
Kävelta = to walk
Mujutada = to paint
Lagi = ceiling
Lava = floor
Sein = wall
Kodikalud = furniture
Špalerad = wallpaper

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-05-13, 16:54

This is the last video lesson, unless they upload more to Youtube....

Pagiškam vepsäks. Video-urok 11. Mez’.
Let’s Speak Veps! Lesson 11. Describing people.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOUPpBSg23M

Pagiškam vepsäks! = let’s speak Veps
11. urok = eleventh lesson
Mez’ = man, person
Ota muštho = memorize
Käzi = hand/arm
Jaug = leg/food
Sorm = finger
Pä = head
Vac = stomach
Kagl = neck
Hardjod = shoulders
Komb = knee
Homaiče! = pay attention!
Kus? = where?
Käzi = hand/arm
Kädes = in hand, on the hands
Jaug = leg/leg
Jaugas = on the leg/foot
Kagl = neck
Kaglas = on the neck
Paik om kaglas. = The scarf is on the neck.
Šapuk om päs. = The hat is on the head.
Alaižed oma kädes. = The mittens are on the hands.
Noskad oma jaugas. = The socks are on the feet.
Kacu! = Watch!
Angelina, ozuta tätüižen käzi! = Angelina, show me the doll’s hand!
Nece om käzi. = This is the hand.
Ozuta tätüižen jaug! = Show me the leg!
Nece om jaug. = This is the leg.
Ozuta tätüižen pä! = Show me the head!
Nece om pä. = This is the head.
Angelina, kus oma hardjod? = Angelina, where are the shoulders?
Naku oma hardjod. = Here are the shoulders.
Kus oma sormed? = Where are the fingers?
Naku oma sormed. = Here are the fingers.
Luge! = Read!
Ota muštho = memorize
Mod = face
Oc = forehead
Su = mouth
Sil’m = eye
Korv = ear
Nena = nose
Modpolišk = cheek
Pestrak = freckle
Homaiče! = pay attention!
Üks’, äi = one, many
Sil’m, sil’mäd = eye, eyes
Korv, korvad = ear, ears
Modpolišk, modpoliškod = cheek, cheeks
Sil’m on vihand. = The eye is green.
Sil’mäd oma vihandad. = The eyes are green.
Modpolišk om rusked. = The cheek is rosy.
Modpoliškod oma rusttad. = The cheeks are rosy.
Kacu! = Watch!
Kus om prihaine? = Where is the boy?
Naku om prihaine. = Here is the boy.
Kus prihaižel nena om? = Where is the boy’s nose? (where on boy nose is?)
Naku om nena. = Here is the nose.
A kus oma prihaižel sil’mäd. = And where are the boy’s eyes? (but where are on boy eyes?)
Nene oma sil’mäd. = These are the eyes.
Miččed prihaižen sil’mäd oma? = What kind of eyes does the boy have? (what kind boy’s eyes are?)
Silm’äd oma vihandad. = The eyes are green.
Luge! = Read!
Ota muštho = memorize!
Hibused = hair
Lühüdad hibused = short hair
Pit’käd hibused = long hair
Ripsud = eyelashes
Sagedad ripsud = thick eyelashes
Kulmad = eyebrows
Mustad kulmad = dark eyebrows
Vauktad kulmad = light eyebrows
Homaiče = pay attention
Kenen? = Whose?
Kenel? Kel? = At whom? Who has?
Laps’ - lapsen, lapsel = child - the child’s, the child has
Mamoi - mamoin, mamoil = mother - mother’s, mother has
Sizar - sizaren, sizarel = sister - sister’s, sister has
Lapsen hibused oma pit’käd. = The child’s hair is long. (The child’s hairs are long.)
Mamoin ripsud oma sagedad. = Mother’s eyelashes are thick.
Mamoil i lapsel sil’mäd oma sinižed. = The mother and the child have blue eyes. (At mom and at child eyes are blue.)
Kacu! = Watch!
Tas’a, sanu meile, miččed hibused oma neičukaižel? = Tasya, tell us, what kind of hair does the girl have?
Neičukaižen hibused oma pit’käd. = The girl’s hair is long.
Oma-ik neičukaižen ripsud sagedad? = Are the girl’s eyelashes thick?
Ka. Neičukaižen ripsud oma sagedad. = Yes. The girl’s eyelashes are thick.
Mašoi, miččed hibused oma prihaižel? = Masha, what kind of hair does the boy have?
Prihaižel hibused oma lühüdad. = The boy’s hair is short.
Oma-ik prihaižel hibused mustad vai vauktad? = Is the boy’s hair dark or light?
Prihaižel hibused oma vauktad. = The boy’s hair is light.
Luge = Read!
Ota muštho = memorize!
Kazv = growth, height
Sur’ kazvol = tall (big height)
Sur’kazvoine = tall (big height)
Pen’ kazvol = short (small height)
Pen’kazvoine = short (small height)
Kesk kazvol = average height
Keskkazvoine = average height
Nena = nose
Oiged nena = straight nose
Kurčnena = snub nose
Gurbnena = hook nose, eagle nose
Homaiče = pay attention
Kenen? = whose?
Minun = my
Sinun = your (singular)
Hänen = his, her
Meiden = our
Teiden = your (plural)
Heiden = their
Minun nena om oiged. = My nose is straight.
Hänun nena om gurbanke. = His nose is hooked. (His/her nose is with bump.)
Kenel? Kel? = At whom? Who has?
Minai = at me, I have
Sinai = at you (singular), you have
Hänel = at him/her, he/she has
Meil = at us, we have
Teil = at you (plural), you have
Heil = at him/her/ he/she has
Om-ik sinai kodiživatoid? = Do you have any pets?
Minai om kaži, koir da neglik. = I have a cat, a dog and a hedgehog.
Om-ik hänel nece kirj? = Does he have this book?
Hänel om nece kirj. = He has this book.
Kacu! = Watch!
Mašoi, om-ik sinai sebranik? = Masha, do you have a friend?
Ka. Minai om sebranik. = Yes. I have a friend.
Kut kuctas sinun sebranikad? = What is your friend’s name?
Händast kuctas Lenaks. = Her name is Lena.
Om-ik sinun sebranik sur’ kazvol? = Is your friend tall?
Ka. Minun sebranik om sur’ kazvol. = Yes. My friend is tall.
Mitte hänen nena om? = What kind of nose does she have?
Hänen nena om oiged. = Her nose is straight.
Luge! = Read!
Uded sanad = new words
Mez’, ristit = man, person
Käzi = hand. arm
Jaug = leg, foot
Sorm = finger
Pä = head
Vac = stomach
Kagl = neck
Hardjod = shoulders
Mod = face
Oc = forehead
Su = mouth
Sil’m = eye
Korv = ear
Kulm = eyebrow
Nena = nose
Modpolišk = cheek
Ripsud = eyelashes
Lühüd = short
Pit’k = short
Saged = thick
Kazv = growth, height
Sur’ kazvol, sur’kazvoine = tall
Pen’ kazvol, pen’kazvoine = short
Kesk kazvol, keskkazvoine = average height
Pestrak = freckle
Hibused, tukad = hair
Komb = knee
Oug = shoulder
Oiged nena = straight nose
Kurčnena = snub nose
Gurbnena, nena gurbaiženke = hook nose, eagle nose

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-05-27, 21:15

Numbers:

1 = üks’
2 = kaks'
3 = koume
4 = nel'l'
5 = viž
6 = kuz'
7 = seičeme
8 = kahesa
9 = ühesa

10 = kümne

11 = üks’toštkümne
12 = kaks’toštkümne
13 = koumetoštkümne

20 = kaks’kümne
21 = kaks’kümne üks’
22 = kaks’kümne kak's

30 = koumekümne
31 = koumekümne üks’
32 = koumekümne kaks'

40 = nel’l’kümne
50 = vižkümne
60 = kuz’kümne
70 = seičemekümne
80 = kahesakümne
90 = ühesakümne

100 = sada
200 = kaks’sadad
300 = koumesadad

1000 = tuha

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-05-28, 16:37

Colors:

vauged = white
sinivauvaz = light blue (blue-light)
sinine = blue
vihanda = green
pakuine = yellow
ruskedpakuine = orange (red-yellow)
rusked = red
ruskedsinine = purple (red-blue)
bur = brown
must = black
hahk = grey

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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-06-21, 14:33

Parts of the body

= head
mod = face
tuk = hibus = hair
siľm = eye
nena = nose
su - mouth
huľ = lip
keľ = tongue
korv = ear
kagl = neck (front)
tagarai = neck (back)
oug = shoulder
künambruz = elbow
käzi = hand
sor'm = finger
seľg = back
rind = chest
niža = breast
vac = stomach
jaug = leg, foot
pol'v = komb = knee
nahk = skin
südäin = heart
aivod = brain
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Re: Veps (vepsän kel')

Postby Naava » 2018-07-08, 8:21

Linguaphile wrote:nena = bose
su - mouth

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