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Need the translation, thanks already

Discussion in 'Foreign Languages' started by Leanne, Oct 21, 2006.

  1. Leanne

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    Can someone translate me this:

    IDI NX TY SVABRA, SHLIUNDRA, SOSI HUJ TOLSTAjA SUKA, KURWA


    It might sound very weird, and I have no idea what it says.. but probably no good. If someone can help me, please, it is very important to me to know what it says.


    Edit: It's probably Lithuanian or Russian [or both]
     
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  2. Sho

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    That looks either like some sort of code, or random gibberish. I doubt it's a real language.
     
  3. The Black Knight

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    It's possible it's a language, but it almost seems as if it's some type of cryptogram...
     
  4. Deeo

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    Is it all in one language?

    KURWA -> fuck, in my language.
     
  5. Chee

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    Just looks like abbreviations and code too me. :|
     
  6. Leanne

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    It can be or Russian or Lithuanian. And Russian has differend letters but.. the person said this in a mail so it can be a little differend. And KURWA, could mean fuck.. that would make sense. =(
     
  7. Deeo

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    From polish
    Suka - simillar to bitch
    Huj - it's a vulgarism but I don't know how to translate to english
    Kurwa - fuck
    SHLIUNDRA - I belive that's from italian language but I'm not sure

    Who the hell sent you something like that :omg?
     
  8. Leanne

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    Long story.. had some problems with a friend/old friend of mine.
    And he said this to me in another language and I would like to know what it means.. thank you.
     
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    IMO if you heard sth like this, ther is like... 100% chance that you made some mistakes when writing it down.

    I know polish (lol I'm from poland) and I kinda know russian (I'm on russian philology) but still it's hard to say sth more than "bunch of vulgat words"
     
  10. Leanne

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    I copied and pasted it. This is exactly what that person said.
    Thanks for trying anyway. I have my ideas of what it says now..
     
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    ohh be.

    kurwa is bad..
     
  12. Mat?icha

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    one thing i know, it is definitely not russian, i know russian.

    "TOLSTAYA" means "fat" referred to female person. and "TOLSTAjA" is similar to it, maybe misspelled.
     
  13. Leanne

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    Not Russian? That's actually strange, because the only languages that person knows are English, Russian and Lithuanian if I'm correct.

    Then the thing you translated, what language is that?
    Thank you for helping. :) Fat doesn't sound very good.. :scry
     
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