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Ottoman texts - عثمانلی ترکجه‌سی متینلر - Page 6 - UniLang

Ottoman texts - عثمانلی ترکجه‌سی متینلر

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Re: Ottoman texts - عثمانلی ترکجه‌سی متینلر

Postby eskandar » 2012-09-17, 2:12

Wonderful resources for Ottoman Turkish here.
Tracking my progress here. Please correct my mistakes in any language.

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Re: Ottoman texts - عثمانلی ترکجه‌سی متینلر

Postby kalemiye » 2012-09-18, 16:13

eskandar wrote:Wonderful resources for Ottoman Turkish here.
Thank you.

There are some interesting links about Ottoman Turkish in Turkish:

:arrow: University of Michigan offers some resources for Ottoman Turkish.

:arrow: Ebruli sözlük: This is a an Ottoman Turkish to Modern Turkish dictionary, but the words must be looked up writing them in the Latin alphabet. Osmanlica - Turkce is also a good dictionary.

:arrow: Osmanlica Dersleri: A website in which several documents are presented in the original Ottoman and the transcription into Turkish. Unfortunately it hasn't been updated since December of last year.

:arrow: 25 video lessons of Ottoman Turkish given in Modern Turkish. There are many videos available teaching Ottoman Turkish on YouTube.
"Demə Məcnuna dəli, bəlkədə Leyla dəlidir
Eşq olan yerdə bütün aqilü dana dəlidir.
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Kim nə bilir bu könlümün fikri nədir, xəyalini.
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Re: Ottoman texts - عثمانلی ترکجه‌سی متینلر

Postby kalemiye » 2013-05-30, 5:58

Osmanlıca Dergi is a new publication aimed at those wanting to learn or improve their Ottoman Turkish: http://www.osmanlicadergi.com/

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Ağustos Böceği İle Karınca

Karıncayı tanırsınız
Minimini bir hayvandır
Fakat gayet çalışkandır
Gayet tutumludur, yalnız
Pek hodgamdır, bu bir kusur:
Hodgâm olan zalim olur.

Bir gün ağustos böceği
Tembel tembel ötüp durmak
Neticesi aç kalarak
Karıncadan göreceği
Bürudete bakmaz, gider
Bir lokma şey rica eder
Der ki: - Acıyınız bize
Coluk çocuk evde açız
Ianenize muhtacız.
Karınca bir yüreksize
Layık huşunetle sorar:
- Aç mısınız? Ya o kadar
Uzun, güzel günler oldu.
O günlerde ne yaptınız?
Böcek inler: - Açız, açız
Bakın benzim nasıl soldu
O günlerde gülen, öten
Sazla, sözle eğlenen ben
Bugün bakın ne haldeyim!
Vallah açız, billah açız,
Halimize acıyınız!
Karınca eğlenir: - Beyim,
şimdi de raksedin, ne var?
"Yazın çalan kışın oynar."

Şair : Tevfik Fikret
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Re: Ottoman texts - عثمانلی ترکجه‌سی متینلر

Postby kalemiye » 2013-05-30, 8:19

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"Demə Məcnuna dəli, bəlkədə Leyla dəlidir
Eşq olan yerdə bütün aqilü dana dəlidir.
"

Not available
"Düşdü yenə dəli könlüm gözlərinin xəyalinə,
Kim nə bilir bu könlümün fikri nədir, xəyalini.
"

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Re: Ottoman texts - عثمانلی ترکجه‌سی متینلر

Postby Mulan » 2013-08-02, 8:31

Hi,
there are some Osmanli proverbs, Links or poems along with Chaghatay from Alisher Nawai:
http://mulan1.de.tl

The site is but in German

I advice you to look for old books in the website of the Internet archive under http://www.archive.org

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Re: Ottoman texts - عثمانلی ترکجه‌سی متینلر

Postby ma2moun » 2014-03-29, 12:52

Hello :)

I've been trying to translate some words and sentences from Ottoman to English, can someone help me please? Appreciated :)

Please see attachment, I will be thankful
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Re: Ottoman texts - عثمانلی ترکجه‌سی متینلر

Postby Ektoras » 2014-03-29, 16:00

Hello ma2moun,

Where did you come across this text? It doesn't look Ottoman to me. Some of the words start with Kâf-i nûni (ڭ) which is impossible in Ottoman. Perhaps it's Azeri? I would ask it in the Azeri forum, too.

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Re: Ottoman texts - عثمانلی ترکجه‌سی متینلر

Postby ma2moun » 2014-03-30, 7:38

Ektoras wrote:Hello ma2moun,

Where did you come across this text? It doesn't look Ottoman to me. Some of the words start with Kâf-i nûni (ڭ) which is impossible in Ottoman. Perhaps it's Azeri? I would ask it in the Azeri forum, too.


Hello Ektoras, what about the rest of the words?

I wrote them down from the original script, which I can't put online, I might have written some of the words in the wrong way as they appeared to me, but what about the rest?

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Re: Ottoman texts - عثمانلی ترکجه‌سی متینلر

Postby ma2moun » 2014-03-30, 7:40

by the way, the script contains "دولة عثماني" that's why I posted it here.

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Re: Ottoman texts - عثمانلی ترکجه‌سی متینلر

Postby eshetar » 2014-11-11, 8:39

Amazing how Turkish was written in Arabic alphabet. can you please check my Ottoman Turkish trial at this clip?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1O6_o_rPGhA

Corrections and feedback are highly appreciated
Thanks


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