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Offline Ally Kumari

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #330 on: January 23, 2010, 09:12:04 AM »
In Czech:

Emotions: city
Happiness: štěstí
Sadness: smutek
Kindness: milost
Compassion: soucit
Confusion: údiv
Enthusiasm: nadšení
Hope: naděje
Anxiety: obavy
Fear: strach
Passion: vášeň
Optimism: optimismus
Pessimism: pesimismus
Panic: panika
Patience: trpělivost
Remorse: výčitka
Doubt: pochyby
Worry: starost
Courage: odvaha
Curiosity: zvědavost
Simpaty: soucit (same as compassion)

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #331 on: January 23, 2010, 10:33:56 AM »
In Russian. Only the main terms, without any other endless Russian language synonyms.

Emotions: Эмоции
Happiness: Счастье
Sadness: Печаль
Kindness: Доброта
Compassion: Состродание
Confusion: Замешательство, Путаница
Enthusiasm: Энтузиазм
Hope: Надежда
Anxiety: Тревога, Тревожность
Fear: Страх
Passion: Страсть
Optimism: Оптимизм
Pessimism: Писсимизм
Panic: Паника
Patience: Терпение
Remorse: Сожаление, Раскаяние
Doubt: Сомнение, Неопределенность
Worry: Беспокойство
Courage: Мужество, Храбрость
Curiosity: Любознательность, Любопытство
Sympathy: Симпатие, Взаимное понимание

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #332 on: January 23, 2010, 10:58:25 AM »
Ally in Czech the word City means Emotions! And in English means City '-'... I think that you got it ;P
Very interesting, Nicolá!

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #333 on: January 23, 2010, 12:02:42 PM »
However our City is not read as English City :) Our is more like a "TS" sound at the beggining.

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #334 on: January 23, 2010, 12:13:13 PM »
In spanish

Emotions: emociones
Happiness: Felicidad
Sadness: Tristeza
Kindness: amabilidad
Compassion: Соmpasion
Confusion: Confusion
Enthusiasm: Entusiasmo
Hope: esperanza
Anxiety: Ansiedad
Fear: Miedo
Passion: Pasion
Optimism: Оptimismo
Pessimism: Pesimismo
Panic: Panico
Patience: Paciencia
Remorse: arrepentimiento
Doubt: duda
Worry: Preocupado/preocupacion
Courage: Coraje
Curiosity: Curiosidad
Sympathy: Simpatia

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #335 on: January 23, 2010, 01:54:29 PM »
Hawai'ian:

Emotions: Pu’uwai
Happiness: Hau’oli
Sadness: Kaumaha
Kindness: Kolokolohai
Compassion: Menemene
Confusion: Haunaele
Enthusiasm: Ohohia
Hope: Pono
Anxiety: Hopohopo
Fear: Maka’u
Passion: Koni
Optimism: no translation into Hawai’ian
Pessimism: no translation into Hawai’ian
Panic: Haunaele
Patience: Ahonui
Remorse: Mihi kaumaha
Doubt: Kānalua
Worry: Hoʻopīhoihoi
Courage: Koa
Curiosity: Nīele
Sympathy: Aloha menemene


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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #336 on: January 24, 2010, 08:03:38 PM »
In Filipino:

Emotions: Emosyon
Happiness: Kasiyahan
Sadness: Kalungkutan
Kindness: Kabaitan
Compassion: Pagkaawa
Confusion: Kalituhan
Enthusiasm: Interes
Hope: Pag-asa
Anxiety: Pagkabahala
Fear: Takot
Passion: Pasyon
Optimism: Оptimismo
Pessimism: Pesimismo
Panic: Pagkatakot; pagkakagulo
Patience: Pasensya
Remorse: Pagsisisi
Doubt: Duda
Worry: Pag-aalala
Courage: Lakas ng loob
Curiosity: Curiosidad
Sympathy: Simpatya


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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #337 on: January 25, 2010, 06:05:45 AM »
Oh, I understand, Ally! This is cool x)
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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #338 on: February 07, 2010, 10:37:18 AM »
In Finnish

Emotions: Tunteet
Happiness: Ilo
Sadness: Suru
Kindness: Kiltteys
Compassion: Myötätunto
Confusion: Hämmennys
Enthusiasm: Innostus
Hope: Toivo
Anxiety: Ahdistus
Fear: Pelko
Passion: Intohimo
Optimism: Optimismi
Pessimism: Pessimismi
Panic: Pakokauhu, paniikki
Patience: Kärsivällisyys
Remorse: Katumus
Doubt: Epäilys
Worry: Huoli
Courage: Rohkeus
Curiosity: Uteliaisuus
Sympathy: Sympatia

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #339 on: February 07, 2010, 03:30:33 PM »
Cool, Hilla!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :)

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #340 on: May 06, 2010, 01:28:59 PM »
In my native dialect, southwestern Norwegian, there is a problem with the word tsarina or tsaritsa. In Norwegian we put the definite article ("the" in English) at the end of the word, and as that is another vowel: å [ɔ:] in the feminine gender, it's cumbersome to pronounce: tsaritsaå. Even stranger is it in the Bokmål literary variety of Norwegian, where it would be tsaritsaa, pronounced /tsa:'rit'saa/. One could give it the native treatment and decline it, in a shaved version, ei tsaritsa - tsaritså - tsaritse - tsaritsene, but it doesn't feel quite right.
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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #341 on: May 09, 2010, 10:46:30 AM »
And we don't say "Emperor of All the Russias", which is very cumbersome (keiser av alle Russlandene); but more in keeping with Император Всероссийский, the Russian original we say: All-russisk keiser, All-Russian Emperor, or keiser av alt / hele Russland, Emperor of All Russia.

See this post for background.
« Last Edit: May 09, 2010, 10:58:07 AM by Fyodor Petrovich »

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Re: How do you say/write in your language tsar, tsarina etc.?
« Reply #342 on: August 23, 2010, 07:19:58 AM »
Tack! Jag har alltid funderat över detta! I vissa böcker står det storfurstinna i andra storhertiginna. Jag har sagt storhertiginna sedan jag var liten. Det beror nog på att de säger storhertiginna i den tecknade filmen Anastasia. Tack för att du rättade mig! :)
Inget att tacka för. :-) Jag har också sett att det i några böcker står storhertiginna, men jag tror att det helt enkelt beror på ett översättningsfel. Hur som helst så är det ju inte direkt livsavgörande. ;-)

To use storhertiginna about "modern" Romanovs like OTMA sounds rather odd in Scandinavian languages, I'd say. But when it comes to Rurikids and NII's many titles, the distinction is not so clear. It's most correct to refer to NII as storfurste av Finland, but earlier Swedish kings had also called themselves (stor)hertig av Finland, similar to how earlier Russian rulers had been referred to in Latin as "magnus dux Muscoviæ". 

Another issue is of course the fact that storhertig sounds rather operettenhaft / operettaktigt in Scandinavian languages, whereas storfurste sounds awesome à la storfurst Ivan den förskräcklige!