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    Mando'a (just for fun)

    Post  nause180 on Sun Aug 07, 2011 2:18 pm

    [edit] Verbs
    atiniir (ah-teen-EER) - to endure, to stick with, to tough it out
    baatir (BAH-teer) - to care, to worry about
    beten - to sigh
    brokar - to beat (heartbeat, drumbeat)
    cuyir - to be, to exist
    dinuir (DEE-noo-eer) - to give
    duraanir - to look down upon, to hold in contempt, to despise
    duumir - to allow
    ganar - to have
    gaan - to want
    hettir - to burn
    hibirar - to learn
    hukaatir (HOO-kaht-EER) - to protect, to cover, to shield
    jehaatir - to lie
    jorso'ran - shall bear (archaic)
    jurir - to bear, to carry
    jorhaa'ir - to speak
    jurkadir - to mess with someone (lit: to brandish a saber)
    kar'taylir - to know
    liser - to be able to, can
    motir - to stand
    narir (nah-REER) - to act (carry out), to do
    nartir (nah-ree-TEER) - to place, to put
    nau'ur (also: sometimes seen as naur) (now-00R) - to light up
    nau'ur kad - to forge a saber
    nynir - to hit, to strike
    oya (OY-ah) - Many meanings: literally "Let's hunt!" and also "Stay alive!", but also "Hoorah!", "Go you!", "Cheers!" Always positive and triumphant.
    parjir - to win, to be victorious
    shabiir - to screw up
    shukur - to break, to smash/tear apart, to crush
    solus - each, individual, alone
    susulur - to hear, to listen
    takisir - to insult
    trattok'o - fall, fail
    udesiir - to relax, to rest, to be peaceful
    verborir - to buy, to hire, to contract
    vorer - to accept

    Adjectives and adverbs
    a'denla - vengeful
    adenn - merciless
    ani'la - ultimate
    aruetyc (ah-roo-ay-TEESH) - traitorous
    atin (ah-TEEN) - stubborn
    briikase - happy
    dar (dahr) - no longer
    darasuum - eternal/eternally, forever
    di'kutla - foolish, idiotic (severe)
    draar (drahr) - never
    dral - bright
    dralshy'a (drahl-SHEE-ya) - stronger, more powerful
    ge'tal - red
    hettyc - burning
    hut'uunla (hoo-OON-lah) - cowardly
    iviin'yc - fast, quickly
    jate - good
    jatne (JAT-nay) - best
    kandosii - indomitable, noble, ruthless
    mirdala - clever
    nau - before
    ne'tra - black
    ori (OH-ree) - big, extreme, very
    racin - pale
    shabla - screwed up (offensive)
    shukla - crushed
    solus - one, alone, each, individual, vulnerable
    sol'yc - first
    talyc - bloody (can be used to describe meat as "rare")
    teroch - pitiless
    tome - together
    tracyn'la - grilled, chargrilled, scorched
    troch - certainly
    ures - without
    usen'ye - rudest way to tell someone to go away (same root as osik)
    [edit] Nouns
    abesh - east
    abiik - air
    a'den - wrath, rage
    adu - sons (archaic)
    ad - son, daughter, child
    ad'ika - kid, lad, boy, sweetie, darling
    aka (AH-kah) mission
    akaan - war
    akaan'ade (AH-kahn-AH-day) army
    aliit (ah-LEET) - family, clan
    aruetii (ah-roo-AY-tee) - traitor, outsider, comparable to "them"
    aruetiise (ah-roo-ay-TEE-say) - Aruetii, plural
    ba'buir - grandfather/grandmother
    ba'vodu - uncle
    beroya (bair-OY-ah) bounty hunter
    beskar - Mandalorian iron
    beskar'ad - droid (literally "child of iron")
    beskar'gam - armor (literally "iron skin")
    Bes'uliik - Basilisk (literally "iron beast")
    behot - a citrus-flavored herb, antiseptic, and mild stimulant
    birgaan - backpack
    buir (boo-EER) - father/mother
    burc'ya (BOOR-sha) - friend
    buy'ce (BOO-shay, s.); buy'cese (pl.) - helmet; colloquial: pint, bucket
    ca - night
    chakaar - thief, petty criminal, scumbag, *****, bastard, bugger, (lit: "grave robber")
    chig (CHEEG) - any kind of hot drink, an infusion
    Coruscanta - Coruscant
    cyar'tomade - fans, a group of people with affection for something
    cyar'ika- darling, beloved, sweetheart
    darasuum (dah-RAH-soom) - eternity
    dar'buir (DAHR boo-EER) - no longer a father (very shameful)
    dar'manda (dahr-MAHN-da) - a state of being "not Mandalorian"; not an outsider, but one who has lost his heritage, and so his identity and soul
    dar'jetii - no longer a Jedi (Sith, Dark Jedi)
    dar'yaim - a hell, a place you want to forget
    dha (dah) - dark
    di'kut (dee-KOOT) - a foolish, idiotic, useless individual (severe); context-dependent:can mean jerk, moron, idiot, etc. (sometimes vulgar)
    droten (DROH-ten) - people, public.
    entye (ENT-yay} - debt
    gal - ale
    gayi'kaab - radio
    gayiyli - resurrector
    gett - nut
    ge'verd (ge-VAIRD) - almost a warrior
    gihaal (gee-HAAL) - fish-meal
    gra'tua (gra-TOO-ah) - revenge, vengeance
    hut'uun (hoo-TOON) - coward
    ib'tuur - today (lit: "this day")
    jai'galaar - shriek-hawk
    jatne'buir- best father
    Jetii (Jay-tee) - (the) Jedi
    Jetiise - (the) Republic, plural "Jedi"
    ka'ra - stars
    ka'rta - heart
    kad - saber
    kad'au (kahd-OW) - lightsaber
    kama - backside, back, belt-spat
    Kaminiise - Kaminoans
    kando (KAHN-do) - importance, weight
    ke'gyce - command, order
    kom'rk - gauntlet
    kot - strength
    kote - glory, might
    kyr'am - death
    Mand'alor - Mandalore
    Manda'yaim - Mandalore
    Mando'ad - Mandalorian (lit: Son/Daughter/Child of Mandalore)
    Mar'eyce - discovery
    mirshe - brain, brains
    mirsh - brain cell
    ne'tra gal - black ale
    norac - back
    ori'ramikade - Supercommandos (lit: Super-raiders with sabers)
    or'dinii - complete lunatic
    osik - ****, poodoo (sometimes vulgar)
    parjai - victory
    prudii - shadow
    rang - ash
    runi - soul
    shebs (shebs, s.); shebse (SHEB-say, pl.) - backside, rear, butt (sometimes vulgar)
    Siit - Sith
    Shuk'om - Crushgaunt
    tal - blood
    tar - starfield, space, star, sky
    tat - brother (Concord Dawn dialect for vod)
    Taungsarang - the ash of the Taung
    tihaar (TEE-har) - an alcoholic drink; a strong, clear spirit made from fruit
    tor - justice
    tracinya - flame
    tracyn - fire
    troan - face
    tsad - alliance, group, organization
    tuur - day
    uj'alayi (OOH-jah-LIE-ee) - a very dense, very sweet cake made from crushed nuts, dried fruit and spices, and then soaked in a sticky scented syrup called uj'jayl. Colloquially known as an Uj cake.
    uj'Jayl (ooh-JAI-ul) - a sticky scented syrup
    ven - future
    verd - warrior
    vhett - farmer
    vod (VOHD) - brother, sister, comrade
    vode (VOH-day) - brothers, sisters, comrades
    vod'ika - little brother, little sister
    Vongese - Yuuzhan Vong or just Vong
    Werda - shadows (archaic)

    Phrases
    Aliit ori'shya taldin - "Family is more than blood." Mandalorian Proverb.
    Ba'slan shev'la. - Strategic disappearance. Mandalorian Phrase.
    Copaani gaan? - Need a hand?
    Gedet'ye - please
    K'atini - Suck it up!
    Kandosii! - "Awesome!"
    Ke'pare - "Stand by"
    Udesii - "calm down", "take it easy"
    Su'cuy! - a friendly greeting (lit: "still live," i.e. "so you're still alive.")
    Resol'nare - Six Actions
    Re'turcye mhi! - goodbye
    Ret'ini - Just in case
    Cuy'val Dar - "Those who no longer exist"
    Vor'e (VOHR-ay.) - thanks, short form of vor entye
    Vor entye - thank you (lit: "I accept your debt")
    Mir'osik - something undesirable where your brains ought to be, i.e. "Dung for brains"
    Haili cetare (HI-lee ket-AH-ray) - Eat up (lit: "Fill your boots")
    Mar'e (MAH-ray) - expression of relief colloquial: "At last!"
    Ke'sush (Keh-SOOSH) - "Atten-shun!"
    Verd ori'shya beskar'gam. - "A warrior is more than (his) armor" (Mandalorian proverb)
    Ner vod (nair vohd) - "my brother/sister" colloquial: "(my) buddy/pal/lad/chap"
    Usenye (oo-SEN-yay) - "Go away!" (obscene)
    Tion'ad hukaat'kama? (Tee-ON-ahd HOO-kaht-KA-ma) - "Who's watching your back?"
    Ori'jate - "Very good"
    Mirsh'kyramud (MEERSH-keer'AH-mood) - boring person (lit: "brain killer")
    Ke nu jurkad sha Mando'ade, burc'ya! - "Don't mess with Mandos, mate!" (lit: "Don't wave your saber at Mandolorians, mate!" )
    Ke nu jurkad ti Mando'ade, burc'ya! - "Don't cross swords with Mandos, mate!"
    Nu jurkad Mando'ade, burc'ya! - a reassurance, comparable to "Steady, mate"
    N'jurkad - "Don't mess with me"
    Tsad droten - Republic, democracy, even government; context-dependent (lit: "people's organization")
    Ib'tuur jatne tuur ash'ad kyr'amur. - "Today is a good day for someone else to die." (lit: "This day (is) the best (for) another person to die.")
    Ni kar'tayli gar darasuum (nee kar-TILE garh dah-RAH-soom) - colloquial: "I love you."
    Haat, Ijaa, Haa'it - Truth, Honor, Vision—said when sealing a pact
    Hukaat'kama (hu-KAHT-ka-MAH) - Watch my back, watch my six
    K'uur - Hush, Be quiet
    Nar dralshy'a - Try harder
    Ke barjurir gar'ade, jagyc'ade kot'la a dalyc'ade kotla'shya. - "Train your sons to be strong but your daughters to be stronger." Mandalorian saying.
    Kom'rk tsad droten troch nyn ures adenn, Dha Werda Verda a'den tratu. - They were the wrath of the warrior's shadow and the Gauntlet of the Republic (A line from a Mandalorian war song, adapted for the Republic Commandos).
    Nu kyr'adyc, shi taab'echaaj'la - "Not gone, merely marching far away" (Mandalorian phrase for the departed)
    Mishuk gotal'u meshuroke, pako kyore. - Pressure makes gems, ease makes decay. Mandalorian Proverb.
    Ori'buyce, kih'kovid. - "All helmet, no head." (Mandalorian insult for someone with an overdeveloped sense of authority.)
    Mandokarla - You've got the right stuff.

    Other words
    a - but
    an - all
    ashi - other
    ast - itself
    bal - and
    bah - to
    be - of
    cuun (koon) - our
    kaysh (kaysh) - him, his
    ke - imperative prefix
    ke nu - "don't" prefix
    lo (loh) - into
    elek (EL-eck) - yes (colloquial: lek, comparable to "yeah")
    gar - you, your
    haar - emphatic definite article (rare)
    ibic - this
    juaan - beside
    meg (mayg) - which, that
    meh (mey) - if
    mhi (mee) - we
    nayc (NAYSH) - no (colloquial: shh, comparable to "nah")
    ner (nair) - my
    ni - I
    par - for
    ra - or
    sa - as, like
    sha or shal - at (when used in front of a consonant)
    te - the
    teh - from
    ti - with
    tion - interrogative prefix
    tion'ad - who, interrogative
    vaii - where
    val - they, their, theirs
    ven - future prefix

    Numbers
    solus (SOH-loos) - one
    t'ad (tahd) - two
    ehn (enn) - three
    cuir (KOO-eer) - four
    rayshe'a (ray-SHEE-ah) - five
    resol (reh-SOL) - six
    e'tad (EH-tad) - seven
    sh'ehn (shayn) - eight
    she'cu (SHAY-koo) - nine
    ta'raysh (ta-RAYSH) - ten
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    Re: Mando'a (just for fun)

    Post  Dazag on Sun Aug 07, 2011 8:31 pm

    -beten- ._. Although I guess this topic is kind of fun :3
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    Re: Mando'a (just for fun)

    Post  amishbender on Tue Aug 09, 2011 4:58 pm

    true that

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