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Offline Ally Kumari

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #300 on: January 05, 2010, 09:29:39 AM »
Czech:

New Year: Nový rok
Christmas: Vánoce
Birthday: Narozeniny
Easter: Velikonoce
Children's day: Den dětí
Father's day: Den otců (doesn´t exist here)
Mother's day: Den matek
Thanksgiving day: Den díkuvzdání (doesn´t exist here)
Student's day: Den studentů (doesn´t exist here)
April Fool's day (the lie day):
The day of Dead: Dušičky (translated as - Little spirits)
Halloween: Halloween (doesn´t exist here)
Independece day: Den nezávislosti (doesn´t exist here)
Larbour day: Svátek práce
Carnival: Karneval

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #301 on: January 05, 2010, 09:48:17 AM »
Spanish

New Year: Año Nuevo

Christmas: Navidad

Birthday: Cumpleaños

Easter: Pascua

Children's day: Dia del niño

Father's day: Dia del padre

Mother's day: Dia de la madre

Thanksgiving day: Dia de accion de gracias

Student's day: Dia del Alumno

April Fool's day (the lie day): Dia de tontos

The day of Dead: Dia de todos los santos

Halloween: Halloween or Noche de brujas

Independece day: Dia de la independencia o la patria.

Larbour day: Dia del trabajo

Carnival: Carnaval

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #302 on: January 05, 2010, 10:03:40 AM »
Tasia, good list. Especcialy the last one is very funny - Carnival;)
How you can imagine for example carnival in Finland or in Russia in a winter time?

Anyway here it is in Russian.

New Year - Новый год
Christmas - Рождество Христово
Birthday - День рожденья
Easter - Пасха
Children's Day - День ребенка
Father's Day - День отца
Mother's Day - День матери
Thanksgiving Day - ..............
Student's Day - День студента, Татьянин день
April Fool's Day - 1 апреля, День дураков
The Day of Dead - ................
Halloween - ...............
Independence Day - День независимости
Labour Day* - 1 мая, День международной солидарности трудящихся
Carnival - ...............

*I call it the day of the losers, idlers and old-fashioned proletariat.
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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #303 on: January 05, 2010, 10:29:32 AM »
*I call it the day of the losers, idlers and old-fashioned proletariat.

If you  mean The 1st of may, then my parents and grandparents must be losers and idlers, because as children they did like to go into the procession with lots of flowers, colours and singing, and as adults they enjoyed the free day with their families. Not everything done under the old regime here was wrong, and I don´t find celebrations like these a laughing matter. Sorry, it just makes me angry.

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« Reply #304 on: January 05, 2010, 10:54:47 AM »
If you  mean The 1st of may, then my parents and grandparents must be losers and idlers, because as children they did like to go into the procession with lots of flowers, colours and singing, and as adults they enjoyed the free day with their families. Not everything done under the old regime here was wrong, and I don´t find celebrations like these a laughing matter. Sorry, it just makes me angry.

Ally this is just my opinion and I haven't said nothing about your parents or something else. Of course your beloved parents had no other choice at that time. Again - I haven't said something bad about your parents. Do not take my words on your personal account. I also think that nowadays your parents live in a free and democratic country, and working. They don't participate in those "holidays". (Only what's you earned, only that you get.)

Sorry but for me the the 1st of May and the red colour associated not with the bright memories and innocent flowers in the hands, but with the millions of innocent victims (Russians, Poles, Finns, Czechs!!, etc,), Red terror, prisoner's Camps, Katyn, etc.....

And these things in turn makes ME angry. Not the innocent flowers in the hands.
« Last Edit: January 05, 2010, 10:56:19 AM by Nicolá De Valerón »
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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #305 on: January 05, 2010, 01:21:48 PM »
Don't feed the troll!

In Bulgarian
New Year:Нова Година
Christmas:Коледа
Birthday:Рожден ден
Easter:Великден
Children's day:Деня на детето
Father's day:Деня на бащата
Mother's day:Деня на майката
Thanksgiving day:Деня на благодарността
Student's day:Студентски празник
April Fool's day (the lie day):Първи Април оr Първо Априлски шеги
The day of Dead:Заговезни
Halloween:Хелоуйн
Independece day:Деня на независимостта
Larbour day:Деня на труда
Carnival:Карнавал,бал
« Last Edit: January 05, 2010, 01:23:30 PM by Irina of Russia »
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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #306 on: January 05, 2010, 01:30:05 PM »
If you  mean The 1st of may, then my parents and grandparents must be losers and idlers, because as children they did like to go into the procession with lots of flowers, colours and singing, and as adults they enjoyed the free day with their families. Not everything done under the old regime here was wrong, and I don´t find celebrations like these a laughing matter. Sorry, it just makes me angry.

Ally this is just my opinion and I haven't said nothing about your parents or something else. Of course your beloved parents had no other choice at that time. Again - I haven't said something bad about your parents. Do not take my words on your personal account. I also think that nowadays your parents live in a free and democratic country, and working. They don't participate in those "holidays". (Only what's you earned, only that you get.)

Sorry but for me the the 1st of May and the red colour associated not with the bright memories and innocent flowers in the hands, but with the millions of innocent victims (Russians, Poles, Finns, Czechs!!, etc,), Red terror, prisoner's Camps, Katyn, etc.....

And these things in turn makes ME angry. Not the innocent flowers in the hands.

Let´s not argue over painful subject. Let´s just say my family has different experience with "freedom" ..... I´m sorry I lost my temper.

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #307 on: January 05, 2010, 07:07:37 PM »
In portuguese:

New Year: Ano novo
Christmas: Natal
Birthday: Aniversário
Easter: Páscoa
Children's day: Dia das crianças
Father's day: Dia dos pais
Mother's day: Dia das mães
Thanksgiving day: Dia de ação de graças
Student's day: Dia do estudante
April Fool's day (the lie day): Primeiro de abril
Halloween: Halloween
Independece day: Dia da Independência
Larbour day: Dia do trabalhador
Carnival: Carnaval

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #308 on: January 05, 2010, 07:29:16 PM »
Cebi26, I must say that difference of the holiday's naming between BR Portuguese of Tasia and yours Portuguese is so small, that I had not noticed it;).
« Last Edit: January 05, 2010, 07:33:31 PM by Nicolá De Valerón »
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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #309 on: January 05, 2010, 10:21:46 PM »
Cebi26, I must say that difference of the holiday's naming between BR Portuguese of Tasia and yours Portuguese is so small, that I had not noticed it;).


The difference is so small because my Portuguese is also from Brazil. Some dates are called in different ways, but mainly because depending on each state the names may vary. :)

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #310 on: January 06, 2010, 03:13:35 PM »
How interesting the languages, folks !!!
Cebi26, I'm glad to see another person that's from Brazil in the forum =-D !! (And special thanks to who created the topic =-)).


Tasia, good list. Especcialy the last one is very funny - Carnival;)
How you can imagine for example carnival in Finland or in Russia in a winter time?

Anyway here it is in Russian.

New Year - Новый год
Christmas - Рождество Христово
Birthday - День рожденья
Easter - Пасха
Children's Day - День ребенка
Father's Day - День отца
Mother's Day - День матери
Thanksgiving Day - ..............
Student's Day - День студента, Татьянин день
April Fool's Day - 1 апреля, День дураков
The Day of Dead - ................
Halloween - ...............
Independence Day - День независимости
Labour Day* - 1 мая, День международной солидарности трудящихся
Carnival - ...............

*I call it the day of the losers, idlers and old-fashioned proletariat.



THanks, Nicolá de Valerón !! Yeah, that's true, carnival in Russia or in Finland, lol !!

Well, about what you've said of the 1st of may, it's cool to share your opinion with people on the forum, but remember, there are very different kinds of people here, very different ways of living live and very different points of view, a thing that you call "Bjdjklsd" someone can call it *Amazing* !!
It's cool to defend the point of view like GD Ally, but remember you two, all of us,
Don't mess around, live your life trough Heaven's eyes (not only the Man's eye).

ANDDDDDDDD, Let's make another list! I've got one here but I will give a chance to another one do a list xD.

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #311 on: January 07, 2010, 11:41:11 AM »
In French

New Year: Nouvel an
Christmas: Noël
Birthday: Anniversaire
Easter: Pâques
Children's day: ...We don't have it there in France.
Father's day: Fête des pères
Mother's day:Fête des mères
Thanksgiving day: Thanksgiving (it's only celebrated in the USA so we didn't give it another name :) )
April Fool's day (the lie day): Le 1er Avril
The day of Dead: La Toussaint? I'm not sure though
Halloween: Halloween
Independece day:Деня на независимостта
Larbour day: Fête du Travail (though no matter what, even on days like this, my parents still work O_O....)
Carnival: Carnaval
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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #312 on: January 07, 2010, 12:41:44 PM »
How interesting the languages, folks !!!
Cebi26, I'm glad to see another person that's from Brazil in the forum =-D !! (And special thanks to who created the topic =-)).

Agree,Tasia! I think you're the first person from Brazil that I've seen here :D

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #313 on: January 07, 2010, 09:33:38 PM »
In Filipino

New Year: Bagong Taon
Christmas: Pasko
Birthday: Kaarawan
Easter: Pasko ng Pagkabuhay
Children's day:Araw ng mga Kabataan (we don't have it here)
Father's day: Araw ng mga Tatay
Mother's day:Araw ng Mga Ina
Thanksgiving day: Araw ng Pasasalamat (we celebrate this but it take places here few days before the Holy week)
April Fool's day: Araw ng Kalokohan
The day of Dead: Araw ng Mga Patay
Halloween: Halloween
Independece day:Arw ng Kalayaan
Labour day: Araw ng Trabaho
Carnival: Karnabal
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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #314 on: January 08, 2010, 12:22:13 AM »
Hawaiian
New Year:  Makahiki Hou
Christmas: Kalikimaka
Birthday:  Lā hānau
Easter: Pakoa
Children's day: Lā Kamaliʻi
Father's day: Lā Makua
Mother's day:  Lā Makuahine
Thanksgiving day: Lā ho’omaika’i
April Fool's day: Lā ‘Apelila pulu
The day of Dead:  Lā make
Halloween: Heleuī
Independence day: Lā Kūʻokoʻa
Labour day: Lā lawehana
Carnival: Pea