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Common phrases in Assyrian
« on: January 26, 2012, 03:49:09 PM »
Lots of people search the internet for some simple and common Assyrian phrases like 'I love you', 'how are you, 'what is your name', 'thank you' etc.

Let us dedicate this to simple, common and everyday Assyrian phrases.

I will start it with the following:

Note: since there is different ways of saying something depending on gender, we will use (M) for male and (F) for female.

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2012, 03:49:45 PM »
-What is your name?

(M) Modele shimukh?
(F) Modele shimakh?


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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #2 on: January 26, 2012, 03:50:28 PM »
-Thank you (very much)

(M) basema (raba)
(F) basemta (raba)

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #2 on: January 26, 2012, 03:50:28 PM »

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #3 on: January 26, 2012, 03:53:49 PM »
-I love you

many ways of saying this:

(M to F) : bayinakh
(F to M) : bayanukh
(M to M) : bayenukh
(F to F) : bayanakh

p.s: we have a special thread dedicated to this: http://www.assyrianvoice.net/forum/index.php?topic=37207.0

note: some like to use the word 'makheb' instead of 'bayen'

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #4 on: January 26, 2012, 03:56:02 PM »
-Where do you live?

(M) Eka y'khayet?
(F) Eka y'khayat?



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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #5 on: January 26, 2012, 03:56:37 PM »
-How old are you?

(M or F) Kma shenet?

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #6 on: January 26, 2012, 08:46:48 PM »
What do you do?
M: modi oudet?
F: modi oudat?

Do you want to eat/drink something?
M: bayet akhlet/shatet mindi?
F: bayat akhlat/shatat mindi?

I am tired
M: shantana wen
F: shantanta wan
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The existence of the Assyrian Nation & Nationality is a fact
http://www.assyrianvoice.net/forum/index.php?topic=36862.0

̈I´m not interested in helping our ppl because I´m nationalistic, I´m interested because our ppl NEED help!

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #7 on: January 27, 2012, 01:50:27 PM »
when i read the title all i could think about is:   you scared me -->  moopqilookh lbbi :mrgreen: (cause we dont really say "moozdilookh alli" we usually use mopqilukh lbbi) :mrgreen:

thats a common phrase.... i think!
« Last Edit: January 27, 2012, 01:51:01 PM by shekwanta »

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #8 on: January 31, 2012, 04:41:57 PM »
Chaldeans say you scared me as "Kim mazditee"
ܦܪܕܝܣܐ ܗ݇ܘܝܢ ܗ݇ܘܐ ܡܝܘܡܐ ܩܕ݇ܡܝܐ, ܘܦܪܕܣܐ ܒܦܝܫܝܢ ܠܕܪܐ ܐ݇ܚܪܝܐ

ܦܹܪܕܹܣܵܐ ܗ݇ܘܲܢ ܗ݇ܘܵܐ ܡܝܘܿܡܵܐ ܩܲܕ݇ܡܵܝܵܐ, ܘܦܹܪܕܹܣܵܐ ܒܦܲܝܫܝܼܢ ܠܕܵܪܵܐ ܐ݇ܚܵܪܵܝܵܐ

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #9 on: January 31, 2012, 05:48:57 PM »
We say
Muyleh Shimukh (M)
Muyleh Shimakh (F)

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #10 on: January 31, 2012, 07:02:05 PM »
Chaldeans say you scared me as "Kim mazditee"
heyyyyyy Nick! :D we havent heard from u in a long time nasha! :)

ya we do 2!! we say "qam mazditti" for u scared me, but we usually use this weird phrase "moopqilukh lbbi" --> translated: u have blown my heart! lol :D
« Last Edit: January 31, 2012, 07:02:39 PM by shekwanta »

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #11 on: February 09, 2012, 05:00:28 PM »
Yeah we say "Meleh Shimmokh, Meleh Shimmakh"?
ܦܪܕܝܣܐ ܗ݇ܘܝܢ ܗ݇ܘܐ ܡܝܘܡܐ ܩܕ݇ܡܝܐ, ܘܦܪܕܣܐ ܒܦܝܫܝܢ ܠܕܪܐ ܐ݇ܚܪܝܐ

ܦܹܪܕܹܣܵܐ ܗ݇ܘܲܢ ܗ݇ܘܵܐ ܡܝܘܿܡܵܐ ܩܲܕ݇ܡܵܝܵܐ, ܘܦܹܪܕܹܣܵܐ ܒܦܲܝܫܝܼܢ ܠܕܵܪܵܐ ܐ݇ܚܵܪܵܝܵܐ

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #12 on: February 09, 2012, 06:40:16 PM »
how are you? - aydarbo at?
thanks, i´m good - taudi, touo no
what are you doing? min ko saym at?
give greeting at home - hau shlome lu bayto
may god be with you - aloho a'mokh
stay in peace - fush bshlomo
The Rights of Assyrians -UN Declaration
www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhDtB12aA8I

The existence of the Assyrian Nation & Nationality is a fact
http://www.assyrianvoice.net/forum/index.php?topic=36862.0

̈I´m not interested in helping our ppl because I´m nationalistic, I´m interested because our ppl NEED help!

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #13 on: March 08, 2016, 05:02:22 AM »
This thread should be a sticky.  :)

I'm hungry: Kpeenan (m), kpenten (f)

How old are you: Kma shinet?

I am sick: Meryen (m), mreetan (f)

Will you marry me: Guratly? (m), guretly? (f)

I am sad: Psheemen (m), pshmten (f)

Can I help you: Bayit hayarta? (to male) Bayat hayarta? (to a female)

Shut up: Chum pumookh (to a male), chum pumakh (to a female)

Don't speak: La hamzem

Help me: Hayeri

Please: Basmalookh (to male), basmalakh (to female)

How much: Kma?

How many times: Kma gay?

Come here: Ta lakha

This way: Men tama

Get lost: Khush tlup

Give it to me: Meleh qaty/Mela qaty

Enough already/stop: Basa kheena

I'm going to work: Khashen shoola

I'm coming: Dun betaya

I'm going: Dun bekhasha

Come with me: Ta menee

I don't understand: Len parmooyeh

I miss you: Mokhniyen menookh (to a male), mokhniyen menakh (to female)

I hate you: Sanenookh (to male), sanenakh (to female)

I'm going to kill you: Qatlanookh (female to male), qatlanakh (female to female), qatlinookh (male to male), qatlinakh (male to female)

Give me money: Melee zoozeh, hali zoozeh, yawely zoozeh (could use any of them)

Godspeed: Alah menookh (to male), alah menakh (to female)

You know what: Yat moo? (colloquial, to both genders)/Yatet moody (m), yatat moody (f)

Let us play: Ta Talekh

I respect you: Itlee iqara qatookh (to male), itlee iqara qatakh (to female)

Don't go: La khoosh

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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #14 on: March 08, 2016, 08:05:08 AM »
'X' =khet, kh, rough 'H' sound. 'Q' is Qop, hard 'K' sound from the throat like in the word Qala. TT is used to represent Ttet, hard 'T' sound that sounds almost like a 'D'

Myouqra /Myouqarta: Gentleman, Sir, Mister / Lady, Madam, Miss or Mrs.

In besma-L'oux: If it pleases thee, please. -The word basim means 'heal' or 'please' however, if followed by a lammad, it renders 'heal to' which exclusively means 'please' as in 'to please someone'.

Besma ganoux: Good for you! Good job! Nice work! Well done! Attaboy! -Literally It heals yourself! It Pleases Yourself!

Aleeyon /Yasha: Bravo! Well done!

Beena: Yes (a polite way of acknowledging that someone is calling for you or addressing you), Please repeat (polite), clarify what was said (polite)

Axa: Here

Ho: Here. Hon; I'm here. Hot: Your (singular) here. Hotun: Your (plural) here. O is pronounced like 'au' in 'auditorium'

L'axa: Hither

Tamoha / Tamox /Tama / Tamaha / Tamax: There

L'Tamox / L'Tama etc (as above): Thither

Ha: Here! There you Go! Here it is! Get a load! Behold!

Eeda b'eeda (iydab iyda): With haste! Double Time! Yallah! -Literally, 'hand in hand' or 'hand by hand'

Me'lyiz: Rush, make haste.

Bree: Leave alone ; don' t do that ! forget it ! quit that ! hands off ! stay away (from me ...)

Bree mini: leave me alone, let me be.

Prouq mini: Get lost, leave me alone, be done with me. -Literally finish/be done/end with/from me.

B'nawsha /Xa b'nawsha: Alone. Xa b'noshi /b'noshi: by myself

Baseema: Thanks. -literally meaning pleasant or tasty.

Haw-it baseema: Thanks (to a male). -Literally, 'You (will/do) be pleasant/delicious/healed'

Shlama-L'oux: Peace be upon thee (to a male), Greetings!

Tliqla dounya ilee: I'm totally lost! I've no idea! -Literally, ' The world got lost to me'

M'asyim bala L'ganoukh: Take care, Look after yourself. -Literally 'place /set-up /arrange/focus your mind to yourself'

Maha /Ma /Modi /Mo: What?

Qa-maha /Qa-modi etc (as above): Why? -Literally 'for what?'

L'ma / L'mo etc (as the two above): Why? -Literally and classically, 'for what'. the lammad is now used by most to say 'to' rather than 'for' which makes it sound like your saying 'to what?'.

Hurrah (although uncommon nowadays): Hurrah!

Mini mini. Following me, exactly as i do, after me, together with me. -literally 'from me, from me' or 'with me, with me' (although i would recommend only using 'min' to say 'from')

Neexa neexa: with ease and care, gently, softly, carefully.

Qttil-oukh diba: (sarcasm) Good job, what an achievement. -literally 'you killed the bear'

Darit shlama L 'x': Send my regards to 'x' -literally meaning pour peace unto 'x'.

Way (Wai) /Waya: Woe

Way minakh: Woe from you (to a female).

Ya: Oh. As the oh in 'oh my Lord'

Oy:  Oh ! an exclamation of sorrow or grief or pain or agony

Woy: Woah! Woah there!

Ah: ah!, wow!, alas!.

Haypee(h): Alas!, What a pity!, What a shame!

Aha: Alas!

Ubeea: Alas! Woe!

Heyou /Ta: Come

Xoush: Go

Ezil /Yezil: Journey, To go on one's way. Some may use it to mean 'depart' others use it exactly as 'go'

Zee /See /Zo /So /Zul (all come from Ezil /Yezil): Go

La: No, not.

Chu /Ich: No. -when negating a quantity or the existence of something that directly follows the word such as: no person, no meaning etc

He/ E(Eh) /Ye: Yes
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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #15 on: April 02, 2017, 12:09:31 AM »
'X' =khet, kh, rough 'H' sound. 'Q' is Qop, hard 'K' sound from the throat like in the word Qala. TT is used to represent Ttet, hard 'T' sound that sounds almost like a 'D'

Myouqra /Myouqarta: Gentleman, Sir, Mister / Lady, Madam, Miss or Mrs.

In besma-L'oux: If it pleases thee, please. -The word basim means 'heal' or 'please' however, if followed by a lammad, it renders 'heal to' which exclusively means 'please' as in 'to please someone'.

Besma ganoux: Good for you! Good job! Nice work! Well done! Attaboy! -Literally It heals yourself! It Pleases Yourself!

Aleeyon /Yasha: Bravo! Well done!

Beena: Yes (a polite way of acknowledging that someone is calling for you or addressing you), Please repeat (polite), clarify what was said (polite)

Axa: Here

Ho: Here. Hon; I'm here. Hot: Your (singular) here. Hotun: Your (plural) here. O is pronounced like 'au' in 'auditorium'

L'axa: Hither

Tamoha / Tamox /Tama / Tamaha / Tamax: There

L'Tamox / L'Tama etc (as above): Thither

Ha: Here! There you Go! Here it is! Get a load! Behold!

Eeda b'eeda (iydab iyda): With haste! Double Time! Yallah! -Literally, 'hand in hand' or 'hand by hand'

Me'lyiz: Rush, make haste.

Bree: Leave alone ; don' t do that ! forget it ! quit that ! hands off ! stay away (from me ...)

Bree mini: leave me alone, let me be.

Prouq mini: Get lost, leave me alone, be done with me. -Literally finish/be done/end with/from me.

B'nawsha /Xa b'nawsha: Alone. Xa b'noshi /b'noshi: by myself

Baseema: Thanks. -literally meaning pleasant or tasty.

Haw-it baseema: Thanks (to a male). -Literally, 'You (will/do) be pleasant/delicious/healed'

Shlama-L'oux: Peace be upon thee (to a male), Greetings!

Tliqla dounya ilee: I'm totally lost! I've no idea! -Literally, ' The world got lost to me'

M'asyim bala L'ganoukh: Take care, Look after yourself. -Literally 'place /set-up /arrange/focus your mind to yourself'

Maha /Ma /Modi /Mo: What?

Qa-maha /Qa-modi etc (as above): Why? -Literally 'for what?'

L'ma / L'mo etc (as the two above): Why? -Literally and classically, 'for what'. the lammad is now used by most to say 'to' rather than 'for' which makes it sound like your saying 'to what?'.

Hurrah (although uncommon nowadays): Hurrah!

Mini mini. Following me, exactly as i do, after me, together with me. -literally 'from me, from me' or 'with me, with me' (although i would recommend only using 'min' to say 'from')

Neexa neexa: with ease and care, gently, softly, carefully.

Qttil-oukh diba: (sarcasm) Good job, what an achievement. -literally 'you killed the bear'

Darit shlama L 'x': Send my regards to 'x' -literally meaning pour peace unto 'x'.

Way (Wai) /Waya: Woe

Way minakh: Woe from you (to a female).

Ya: Oh. As the oh in 'oh my Lord'

Oy:  Oh ! an exclamation of sorrow or grief or pain or agony

Woy: Woah! Woah there!

Ah: ah!, wow!, alas!.

Haypee(h): Alas!, What a pity!, What a shame!

Aha: Alas!

Ubeea: Alas! Woe!

Heyou /Ta: Come

Xoush: Go

Ezil /Yezil: Journey, To go on one's way. Some may use it to mean 'depart' others use it exactly as 'go'

Zee /See /Zo /So /Zul (all come from Ezil /Yezil): Go

La: No, not.

Chu /Ich: No. -when negating a quantity or the existence of something that directly follows the word such as: no person, no meaning etc

He/ E(Eh) /Ye: Yes
Sharukinu, if that's okay with you, I used your samples (and mine) in my Wikiversity entry of Assyrian language guide.
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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #16 on: April 12, 2017, 01:23:21 AM »
Sharukinu, if that's okay with you, I used your samples (and mine) in my Wikiversity entry of Assyrian language guide.

No problem, it could use some tweaking though.
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Re: Common phrases in Assyrian
« Reply #17 on: April 12, 2017, 02:40:29 AM »
No problem, it could use some tweaking though.
Here is the link:

https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Assyrian/Phrases

Feel free to make amends there.
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