It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

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It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by Andlat » Wed 29 Jan 2014, 23:12

:con: Kwëpta

Pusúl pithívúmas grusën preu a Harsikí, hwëlë ël pithívúmas kaikaníl.
pʌ.suːl pɪ.θiː.vuː.mɑs grʌ.seɪŋ prɛu ɑ hɑr.sɪ.kiː hweɪ.leɪ eɪl pɪ.θiː.vuː.mɑs kaɪ.kɑ.niːl
Snow happen.PRES only in DEF northlands, but rain happen.PRES everywhere.
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by Khemehekis » Thu 30 Jan 2014, 04:10

Kankonian:

Ubru pashas oul er ezand, am awivi pashas keisi.
snow precipitate-PRS only LOC north, but rain precipitate-PRS everywhere
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by Maraxxus » Thu 30 Jan 2014, 12:36

RaqUlenheqSerpeq, d'leqDobreq.
Raq-Ulen-heq-Serp-(e)q, de=leq-Dobreq.
exclusively-north-LOC-snow-3SG, but=everywhere-rain-3SG
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by k1234567890y » Thu 30 Jan 2014, 16:03

:con: Lonmai Luna/Liunan:
awat desel e rasolter on hilapel, pedi e yer des iter awat dewa.
shower snow at north.place the uniquely, but at every all place shower rain.
It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.(lit: snow "shower"s uniquely at the northland, but rain "showers" at every place.)

:con: Nevotak:
ninkar hire huenu, ui remiz-remiz zab re iib
north only.exist snow, but/only where-where all/also exist rain.
It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by Lao Kou » Thu 30 Jan 2014, 17:29

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Feg la vö tömekhsöv nair knön, de seth la híaudínsav mníéí fun.
3SG-NOM.NEG AUX.PRES DEF.NEG north-LOC.NEG only snow, but 3SG-NOM AUX.PRES everywhere-LOC all-ADV rain
It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by Xing » Thu 30 Jan 2014, 23:06

:con: Wakeu
Keo youlu i ta koeeimie e kuo i koekongo. Keo engo i koelukka.
fall snow LOC SG place.north and NEG LOC place.other fall rain LOC place.all
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by Dezinaa » Tue 04 Feb 2014, 21:40

Łhonnga duun huu ebajshee, re iteppa duun e foa bobeto.
snow fall only LOC-north-that.which.is CONJ rain fall LOC all PL~place
"Snow falls only at that which is north, but rain falls at all places."
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by clawgrip » Wed 05 Feb 2014, 01:55

:jpn:Japanese

雪は北の方しか降らないけど雨はどこでも降る。
Yuki wa kita no hō shika furanai kedo ame wa doko demo furu.

snow TOP north GEN side except fall-NEG but rain TOP where LOC-even fall
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Post by clawgrip » Wed 05 Feb 2014, 12:29

:con:Himmaswa

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Teuo wneung choa twarng tong cheung jgout wneung gna logsar.
snow fall be.only be.at north but rain fall regardless where
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Post by clawgrip » Thu 06 Feb 2014, 16:00

:con: Marag

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Shön shwei gwut uthu käng gwap fre nidghidi merög käng.
around north-OBJ only snow fall but at every-place-OBJ rain fall
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Post by Tlequiyahuitl » Sun 09 Feb 2014, 21:46

Classical Nahuatl:
Zan iyoh Mictlān in cepayahui, auh ca nohuiyān in quiyahui.
Only alone.1s death-LOC REL snow.PRES, CONJ FOC everywhere REL rain.PRES
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by Ambrisio » Mon 10 Feb 2014, 06:22

A natlang -- Estonian:
Ainult põhjas sajab lund, aga vihma sajab kõikjal. (?)

Fake Korean:
Jjang-ssang-eo-reul jeom-wae-hang-bol tta-beu-reul-ma-reul ha-geum-se-yon sseum-ni-da.

Fake Estonian:
Lüppidast õõlab kövaidan, kuhelinem sõbaga jõvvimist.

Fake German:
Rum Stäufelsgrauch pin dein Rochweinschwal, üder den Lachstpfente.

Fake "Italian" in the style of Feynman:
A la TAzzo LIma RANto CHApa, nana CHUtto lala MUtto!

Fake Japanese:
Konshi no tarateba dejanai de shoowa seikin ya mezunori washite kimu.

Fake Welsh:
Chwidiol yng Ngaerddwyn llewd, on yddyrwddiol derthau gellallion.

Fake Finnish: (I just couldn't resist)
Lyönä lastaa Lännömöinen, saapa syltä Sulpahainen.
Ryvä ryntä Ryyden völtää, työpin täädän Saulan mielten.
Hyyttei huola Haalimoisen, "Suotar sömmän pölvin päien!"
Vostoi tiettynä huolalle, "Ei joina valimmen täien!"
Huola jausttaa kälmisärrään, sen leittäs hälmönäisellä.
Hälmönäinen kuuvan ollus, "Tiides tiiraa, tiides, illa!
Solvet saaltun impävillä, tiestän taavit kynsipillä!.'"
Laustoi hän hälmönäiseltä, sääräi hälmönäisen käsi.

RUNO LXVII:
Sulpahainen köistän käätäs, tarrem toisten hyyläviedät.
Merrään kielyi Lauttipojaa, solmelinnat vaittosivat.
Eitä tyhdin äämehiksi, löimän toolan kurriviksi.
Syydän huurran mieltoriksi, lähdävämmäksi hysyksi.
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by thetha » Thu 13 Feb 2014, 20:10

:hun: Hungarian
A hó esik csak az északon de az eső esik mindenütt.
DEF snow fall-3S.INTR only DEF north-SUP but DEF rain fall-3S.INTR everywhere
It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by Khemehekis » Thu 13 Feb 2014, 23:12

Ambrisio wrote: Fake "Italian" in the style of Feynman:
A la TAzzo LIma RANto CHApa, nana CHUtto lala MUtto!
This doesn't seem Italian to me. In Italian, CH doesn't come before A, O nor U.
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by Click » Fri 14 Feb 2014, 07:17

That’s fake Italian he made as a child when he only spoke English so it obviously doesn’t conform to the Italian orthography very well.
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by clawgrip » Fri 14 Feb 2014, 13:14

Ambrisio wrote:Fake Japanese:
Konshi no tarateba dejanai de shoowa seikin ya mezunori washite kimu.
「この詩のタラ手羽で」じゃない。で、昭和生菌や目図海苔和して金
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by Alessio » Mon 17 Feb 2014, 22:02

:ita: Real Italian (to contrast with Ambrisio's fake Italian [xD]):
Nevica solo a nord, ma piove ovunque.
/'nevika 'solo a 'nɔrd ma 'pjɔve o'vunkwe/
snow.3SG only LOC north but rain.3SG everywhere
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by Omzinesý » Sat 22 Feb 2014, 13:03

:fin: It's funny that Finnish doesn't have verb 'to snow'.

Vain pohjoisessa sataa lunta, mutta kaikkialla sataa.
vain pohjoise-ssa sata-a lum-ta mutta kaikkialla sata-a
only north-INESS rain-SG3 snow-PART but everywhere rain-SG3
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by Dormouse559 » Sun 23 Feb 2014, 08:48

Omzinesý wrote: :fin: It's funny that Finnish doesn't have verb 'to snow'.
It's just the natural state up there. [xD]

:fra: French
Il ne neige qu'au nord, mais il pleut partout.
/il nə nɛʒ ko nɔʁ me il plø paʁtu/
3SG NEG snow.3SG that=at.DEF.M.SG north but 3SG rain.3SG everywhere

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No nenge salv a li norde, mais plu pertot.
[nɔ ˈnɛndʑə ˈsalf a lɪ ˈnɔɾdə ˈmaɪ̯s ˈplo pɛɾˈtɔt]
NEG snow.3SG except at DEF.OBL.M.SG north but rain.3SG everywhere
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Re: It only snows in the north, but it rains everywhere.

Post by gach » Sun 23 Feb 2014, 22:11

Omzinesý wrote:It's funny that Finnish doesn't have verb 'to snow'.
I know a guy who used to say lumisee for "it's snowing" when he was a kid. It's a fine verb and would deserve some wider use.
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