I see you

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Re: I see you

Post by Blaec » Fri 01 Oct 2010, 20:35

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:ron: Te vad

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]

(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Fyrnhael: Gwoth and ichilli.
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Re: I see you

Post by peterofthecorn » Fri 01 Oct 2010, 22:21

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:esp: Te veo
:ron: Te vad

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum
:heb: אני רואה אותך

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]

(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Fyrnhael: Gwoth and ichilli.
:con: Alohybo: Aroekha
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Re: I see you

Post by Utlandr » Fri 01 Oct 2010, 23:17

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:esp: Te veo
:ron: Te vad

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum
:heb: אני רואה אותך

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Fyrnhael: Gwoth and ichilli.
:con: Alohybo: Aroekha
:con: Wistra Gutisk: Ek saihwa þek.
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Re: I see you

Post by xijlwya » Sun 03 Oct 2010, 21:51

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich. / Ich sehe sie. (polite)
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:esp: Te veo
:ron: Te vad

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum
:heb: אני רואה אותך

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Fyrnhael: Gwoth and ichilli.
:con: Alohybo: Aroekha
:con: Wistra Gutisk: Ek saihwa þek.
:con: goshpysheshta: dhas ko ki
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Re: I see you

Post by wakeagainstthefall » Thu 10 Feb 2011, 07:06

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich. / Ich sehe sie. (polite)
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:esp: Te veo
:ron: Te vad

:ell: Σε βλέπω.

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum
:heb: אני רואה אותך

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Fyrnhael: Gwoth and ichilli.
:con: Alohybo: Aroekha
:con: Wistra Gutisk: Ek saihwa þek.
:con: goshpysheshta: dhas ko ki
:con: Tō Taiōn: Se tzō.
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Re: I see you

Post by xinda » Thu 10 Feb 2011, 08:26

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich. / Ich sehe sie. (polite)
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:esp: Te veo
:ron: Te vad

:ell: Σου βλέπω.

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum
:heb: אני רואה אותך

:roc: 我在看你/我看到你/我看你

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Fyrnhael: Gwoth and ichilli.
:con: Alohybo: Aroekha
:con: Wistra Gutisk: Ek saihwa þek.
:con: goshpysheshta: dhas ko ki
:con: Tō Taiōn: Se tzō.
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Re: I see you

Post by Ossicone » Thu 10 Feb 2011, 15:55

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich. / Ich sehe sie. (polite)
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:esp: Te veo
:ron: Te vad

:ell: Σου βλέπω.

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum
:heb: אני רואה אותך

:roc: 我在看你/我看到你/我看你

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk: Txím rúnyana fí-aya
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-OBJ
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Fyrnhael: Gwoth and ichilli.
:con: Alohybo: Aroekha
:con: Wistra Gutisk: Ek saihwa þek.
:con: goshpysheshta: dhas ko ki
:con: Tō Taiōn: Se tzō.
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Re: I see you

Post by roninbodhisattva » Thu 10 Feb 2011, 16:02

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich. / Ich sehe Sie. (polite)
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:esp: Te veo
:ron: Te vad

:ell: Σου βλέπω.

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum
:heb: אני רואה אותך

:roc: 我在看你/我看到你/我看你

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk: Txím rúnyana fí-aya
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-OBJ
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Fyrnhael: Gwoth and ichilli.
:con: Alohybo: Aroekha
:con: Wistra Gutisk: Ek saihwa þek.
:con: goshpysheshta: dhas ko ki
:con: Tō Taiōn: Se tzō.
:con: Polynesian dwarf: ka ng'awe na sea GEN see-TRANS 1SG 2SG
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Re: I see you

Post by Omzinesý » Fri 11 Feb 2011, 20:55

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich. / Ich sehe Sie. (polite)
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:esp: Te veo
:ron: Te vad

:ell: Σου βλέπω.

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum
:heb: אני רואה אותך

:roc: 我在看你/我看到你/我看你

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk: Txím rúnyana fí-aya
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-OBJ
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Fyrnhael: Gwoth and ichilli.
:con: Alohybo: Aroekha
:con: Wistra Gutisk: Ek saihwa þek.
:con: goshpysheshta: dhas ko ki
:con: Tō Taiōn: Se tzō.
:con: Polynesian dwarf: ka ng'awe na sea GEN see-TRANS 1SG 2SG
:con: Omsin: hilferu [hi:λferu] (hil-f-er-u see-sense-you-subjunktive)
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Re: I see you

Post by TallaFerroXIV » Thu 03 Mar 2011, 20:47

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:ron: Te vad

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]

(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Dumbar: Ikile so/ Igakilexo so.
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Re: I see you

Post by Nortaneous » Mon 07 Mar 2011, 14:22

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:ron: Te vad

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Dumbar: Ikile so/ Igakilexo so.
:con: Kànnow: Nyskʼne.
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Re: I see you

Post by tev » Wed 09 Mar 2011, 17:53

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:ron: Te vad

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Dumbar: Ikile so/ Igakilexo so.
:con: Kànnow: Nyskʼne.
:con: Quenya: Céndanyet.
:con: Vanya: Ína cen ia ti.
Sanareĥo hama ya sanoya.("live the moment")

native :deu:
maybe fluent :eng:
translateable :lat:
learning :fin:
my conlang: :con: Vanaya
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Re: I see you

Post by TallaFerroXIV » Wed 09 Mar 2011, 18:58

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:ron: Te vad
:cat: Te veig. / Et veig.
:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Dumbar: Ikilkale so/ Igakilkale so.
:con: Kànnow: Nyskʼne.
:con: Quenya: Céndanyet.
:con: Vanya: Ína cen ia ti.
"Ij ogare ge kot. Ogare ke kumath."

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Re: I see you

Post by Pirka » Fri 11 Mar 2011, 08:50

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.
:con: Snovilanscu: Ig see dég.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:ron: Te vad
:cat: Te veig. / Et veig.

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.

:heb: אני רואה אותך

:fin: Mä näen sut./Minä näen sinut.
:sme: Geahčan du.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Dumbar: Ikilkale so/ Igakilkale so.
:con: Kànnow: Nyskʼne.
:con: Quenya: Céndanyet.
:con: Vanya: Ína cen ia ti.
:con: Hezek Erbol: Vastemud.
:con: Kaynur Pitak: Marina cuki.
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Re: I see you

Post by JANKO GORENC » Fri 11 Mar 2011, 17:10

Pirka wrote::eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.
:con: Snovilanscu: Ig see dég.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:ron: Te vad
:cat: Te veig. / Et veig.

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.
:slv: Vidim te. / Vidimo se.

:heb: אני רואה אותך

:fin: Mä näen sut./Minä näen sinut.
:sme: Geahčan du.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Dumbar: Ikilkale so/ Igakilkale so.
:con: Kànnow: Nyskʼne.
:con: Quenya: Céndanyet.
:con: Vanya: Ína cen ia ti.
:con: Hezek Erbol: Vastemud.
:con: Kaynur Pitak: Marina cuki.
Today, on 4.7.2016, I have successfully collected numbers from over 26,024 ways (languages both: natlangs and also conlangs).
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Re: I see you

Post by Yačay256 » Sun 13 Mar 2011, 04:47

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.
:con: Snovilanscu: Ig see dég.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:ron: Te vad
:cat: Te veig. / Et veig.

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.
:slv: Vidim te. / Vidimo se.

:heb: אני רואה אותך

:fin: Mä näen sut./Minä näen sinut.
:sme: Geahčan du.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)
Sumerian: Igiguben (eye-set-2sg; "I look at you")

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Dumbar: Ikilkale so/ Igakilkale so.
:con: Kànnow: Nyskʼne.
:con: Quenya: Céndanyet.
:con: Vanya: Ína cen ia ti.
:con: Hezek Erbol: Vastemud.
:con: Kaynur Pitak: Marina cuki.
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Re: I see you

Post by Omzinesý » Thu 17 Mar 2011, 22:46

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.
:con: Snovilanscu: Ig see dég.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:ron: Te vad
:cat: Te veig. / Et veig.

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.
:slv: Vidim te. / Vidimo se.

:heb: אני רואה אותך

:fin: Minä näen sinut. (Mä nään sut.)
:sme: Geahčan du.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)
Sumerian: Igiguben (eye-set-2sg; "I look at you")

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Dumbar: Ikilkale so/ Igakilkale so.
:con: Kànnow: Nyskʼne.
:con: Quenya: Céndanyet.
:con: Vanya: Ína cen ia ti.
:con: Hezek Erbol: Vastemud.
:con: Kaynur Pitak: Marina cuki.
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Re: I see you

Post by Thakowsaizmu » Fri 18 Mar 2011, 00:53

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich / Sie
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:ron: Te vad
:cat: Te veig. / Et veig.

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.
:slv: Vidim te. / Vidimo se.

:heb: אני רואה אותך

:fin: Minä näen sinut. (Mä nään sut.)
:sme: Geahčan du.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)
Sumerian: Igiguben (eye-set-2sg; "I look at you")

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Dumbar: Ikilkale so/ Igakilkale so.
:con: Kànnow: Nyskʼne.
:con: Quenya: Céndanyet.
:con: Vanya: Ína cen ia ti.
:con: Hezek Erbol: Vastemud.
:con: Kaynur Pitak: Marina cuki.
:con: Snovilanscu: Ig see dég.
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Re: I see you

Post by Pirka » Sat 19 Mar 2011, 06:46

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich / Sie
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:ron: Te vad
:cat: Te veig. / Et veig.

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.
:slv: Vidim te. / Vidimo se.

:heb: אני רואה אותך

:fin: Minä näen sinut. (Mä nään sut.)
:sme: Geahčan du.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum

:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)
Sumerian: Igiguben (eye-set-2sg; "I look at you")

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Dumbar: Ikilkale so/ Igakilkale so.
:con: Kànnow: Nyskʼne.
:con: Quenya: Céndanyet.
:con: Vanya: Ína cen ia ti.
:con: Hezek Erbol: Vasemud.
:con: Kaynur Pitak: Marina cuki.
:con: Snovilanscu: Ig see dég.
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Re: I see you

Post by míkl » Sat 26 Mar 2011, 20:15

:eng: I see you.
:deu: Ich sehe dich / Sie
:dan: Jeg ser dig
:swe: Jag ser dig
:nld: Ik zien jij/u/je.

:lat: Video te
:fra: Je te vois / Je vous vois
:ita: Ti vedo
:ron: Te vad
:cat: Te veig. / Et veig.
:esp: Te veo.

:pol: Widzę cię.
:rus: Я вижу тебя. / Я вижу вас.
:slv: Vidim te. / Vidimo se.

:heb: אני רואה אותך

:fin: Minä näen sinut. (Mä nään sut.)
:sme: Geahčan du.

:tgl: Nakikita kita.

:tur: Seni görüyorum

:kor: 나가 당식을 보어요. My Korean is very bad at the moment, so this may be wrong, I thought I'd add the pronouns in as well, although you don't usually need to.
:jpn:
お客様をご覧になっています [okyakusama wo goran ni natteimasu - when a person from a shop or hotel is addressing you.]
貴方を見ています [anata wo miteimasu - plain polite speech - like 'I see you' when you speak to acquaintances at work.]
お前を見ている [omae wo miteiru - very casual speech - between friends.]
(This is hard to translate into Japanese as the language heavily relies on context, feeling and relation between speaker and listener, which isn't apparent in the original translation. Also, 'I see you' would be 'I am seeing you' in Japanese. They make the distinction between current ongoing tense and plain tense, which is used more for other tense conjugations like 'I have seen the movie' or 'seeing is good'.)
Sumerian: Igiguben (eye-set-2sg; "I look at you")

:con: Na'vi: Oel ngati kameie.
:con: Ariakis: Vidih te.
:con: Nolikan: Cil linen
:con: Yōketian: Atutho’
:con: Kala: na'eta anya - 나어다 아냐
:con: Volapük: Logob ol.
:epo: Mi vidas vin.
:con: Inyauk:
txíma rúnyalu fíxir
ʧí-ma rúɲa-lu fíxir
1.sg-AGT see-CNT 2.sg-RLT
txír rúnyalu fíʔut - (threatening)
ʧí-r rúɲa-lu fí-ut
1.sg-PSR see-CNT 2.sg-PSD
:con: Aentoui: Atohaesen (kko jau).
:con: Makurungou: Këbä xefÿmbäu vë.
:con: Changshuo: Waega sinărŭ kan da / no plural yet (1ps-ERG 2ps-ACC see INDIC) /M\AEgA sin{4}_c kAn dA/
:con: Sztiatosian: Tí edimi / Usmí edimi (2ps-ACC see-1ps / 2pp-ACC see-1ps) /ti: edimi/ /usmi: edimi/
:con: Xylphika: Ðruaralipes tias. (formal) / Ðraripesti. (colloquial)
:con: Khalbõ: ñaarlnó ellos/ñaarlnó ellon (s/p)
:con: Taiwazaiho: naa tle taita (singular) / naa haa taita (dual) / na kau taita (plural)
:con: Úlanůba: Ba saj gúşůél / Ba sazaj gúşůél
Image Zainese: bu hi (2PS see.PRES)
:con: Alpic: Lagomdi. (see-1SG=2SG.P) /ˈlagomdi/ [ˈlaɠɔmɗi]
:con: Siaru: Me gainienie gen/nge /me ɣenini ɣen/ŋe / [mʲe jeɲiɲi jen/ŋʲe]
:con: Lantaş: Veis videum.
:con: Dumbar: Ikilkale so/ Igakilkale so.
:con: Kànnow: Nyskʼne.
:con: Quenya: Céndanyet.
:con: Vanya: Ína cen ia ti.
:con: Hezek Erbol: Vasemud.
:con: Kaynur Pitak: Marina cuki.
:con: Snovilanscu: Ig see dég.
:con: Inniz: Verapi até.
see-1.SNG 2.SNG.PERS.PRO.ACC
:eng: [:D] | :esp: [:)] | :fra: [:'(] | :zaf: [O.o]

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