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Happy St. Patrick's Day!

 
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 17, 2010 2:03 pm    Post subject: Happy St. Patrick's Day! Reply with quote

HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY!

Now before you say something like "I don't care about St. Patrick's Day" or something along the lines let me let you know that I don't care.

Now for the rest of you I think you know what I want from you.....Mr. Green I'd like to know how you would say Happy St. Patrick's Day in your conlangs ( see requirements below ) and how you'd write them in your pretty scripties.

If you don't.....well let's just say that the St. Patrick's Day boingies won't be too happy....and you won't be either after they're done with you..... Mr. Green

So as usual I'll start:





Pretty scripties! Mr. Green Another way you could say it in Käläli is:

Memišu kisäru puraturikuzë iażudwapi

In Āndānese Naseshi kikapi literally "Green Day" ( no not the band idiot Razz ) or "Day (of) Green". So now my requirements.

Please note that if they are not fulfilled you will die..... Mr. Green JK

Requirements:

Must translate HSTPD ( Happy St. Patrick's Day ) in your conlang
Would also like to know if they're are similar holidays in your conworld.
You can translate either
You MUST write it in your pretty scripties ( if your lang has one ).
If not the boingies will come after you.....

Keeping all of this in mind *evil giggle* I advise you to have fun.

Byeeeeeeeeeeee! Mr. Green


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 17, 2010 3:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

おめでとうパトリック聖人の日!

As for Emitare, I still don't have a way to say 'Happy X Day', nor do I have a word for 'saint' (or 'green' for that matter), so I can't really do this one. Sorry!
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 17, 2010 8:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Latvian: Priecīgu Sv.Patrika dienu!

Anyhowz, it's interesting how in movies, when running away from chasers, one can blend in the March of St.Patrick's day, independent of time of day, tome of year or country for that matter. (The other version is the Chinese New Year Wink )
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 18, 2010 12:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thankies! Keep them coming!

Does anyone know how to say it in Korean? I've been looking on Google but it's being a pain in the ass.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 18, 2010 12:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Twelve years ago today (1998/Mar/17) our daughter came to live with us.
We went out to celebrate tonight -- her choice.

(We celebrate this anniversary more than the anniversary of adopting her, 2002/Feb/22).
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 18, 2010 12:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

eldin raigmore wrote:
Twelve years ago today (1998/Mar/17) our daughter came to live with us.
We went out to celebrate tonight -- her choice.

(We celebrate this anniversary more than the anniversary of adopting her, 2002/Feb/22).


Congrats.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 18, 2010 2:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

eldin raigmore wrote:
Twelve years ago today (1998/Mar/17) our daughter came to live with us.
We went out to celebrate tonight -- her choice.

(We celebrate this anniversary more than the anniversary of adopting her, 2002/Feb/22).


That's pretty awesome. おめでとう!
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 18, 2010 6:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tolkien_Freak wrote:
eldin raigmore wrote:
Twelve years ago today (1998/Mar/17) our daughter came to live with us.
We went out to celebrate tonight -- her choice.

(We celebrate this anniversary more than the anniversary of adopting her, 2002/Feb/22).


That's pretty awesome. おめでとう!


I agree. (^_^) Congrats, and I hope you all had fun!


Here's my contribution.
Hemnälg – “Fine Day of Saint Patrick (to you[m/f])” – Lena Ein Sejntt Pätrëckis ëbnej/dynoj [lɛna ejn sejnd pæcrɪcʰis ɨbnej/dynɔj] (standard)
Lena Ein Send Pädrekis emnej/dynoj [lɛna ejn sɛnd pædrɛkɪs ɪmne:/dinoj] (common)
Lena Een Sejnt Pätreeckis eebnej/dynoj [lɛna e:n ʂɛjnt pætrɪcis ɪbnɛj/dynoj] (Burstänby)
Lena Ein Sejntt Pättrekis ebnej/dynoj [lɛna ein sɛjnt pætɹɪkis ɛbnɛj/dʉnɔj] (Nöra)
Lena Ein Sejnt Pätrykis ebnej/dynåj [lɛna ɛin sɛjnt pætɹɨkis ɛbnɛj/dʉnoj] (Värhelklad)
Or, in Burstänby, “Enjoy this drinking day” – Leemerje lyka lappeeneec [lɪməɹjɛ lykʲa ləppe:nɪk] (enjoy-IMP this drink-day-ACC.m.)
Ra cel – “Enjoy St. Patrick’s Day” – atbéêsim/béêsimem hôn jw-San-Bätẅyc [atpʲe:sim/pʲe:simɛ ho:n ʥɯ-san-pætɹɪk] (enjoy-IMP day of-saint-patrick)
Tadváradcel – “A happy St. Patrick’s Day to you(pl.)” – Mùséh Sánv Sänh Bäthrhëcd bïe ä(-h) [mʌsɛ:h sa:nv sæn̥h pæθr̥ɪkd̥ pjɛ æ(:h)] (happy day saint Patrick-of to you(pl.)
Ddamychal – “Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!” – narbam San Patrykh’n Nigh! [narvam san patrɪk(ɪ)n nig] (celebrate-IMP sant Patrick-ADJ day)
Or, “Drink all day long!” – balkham iuth hal-nigh! [balkam juθ hal-nig] (drink-IMP through all-day)
The kinet (who speak ddamychal) do have a drinking holiday, but it falls on the second Sunday (or, equivalent of) in the third month, and traditionally celebrates the successful start of the planting season. The holiday lasts for three days and involves stomp dancing and drinking lots of “farmer’s liquor,” which is like a mild beer, and often is accompanied by a day-long fair at which people can buy this liquor or various homemade crafts created during the pre-planting lull of inactivity. None of the other people with translations here have a holiday remotely similar to St. Patty’s Day, except for the people in Burstänby, who’ve simply turned it into a drinking day in the middle of the hot season as a sort of informal and unofficial break from work. It is a recent addition to the holiday list, acquired from friendly interactions outside of Sträva with those who borrowed the idea from the kinet.



I seem to have lost all my information on ddamychal writing, so what you see here is a completely revised version from the older scripts I had around.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 19, 2010 6:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oh I love it!

Could you post the alphabets to the last 3 ( assuming that the last 2 are completely different but similar looking scripts )?

Pretty scripties!


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2010 3:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You can see the ddamychal alphabet here. Please excuse the photo quality. (-_-)
You can see ra cel here. It's very similar to Tadvaradcel, but only because the Tadvarad borrowed and adapted this alphabet.
You can see Tadvaradcel here on omniglot.com.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2010 5:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pretty scripties!

I love them.


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