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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby Meera » 2010-06-01, 0:14

nicofr wrote:Hi all, hi meera, I totally do agree with you, madhuri is the best :)

I have started building a little list of vocabulary in order to """understand""" the songs of indian movies while watching at them, but I am a bit disapointed by the number of ways to say the very same thing, specifically :

I found : allah, khoda and gaya in order to say god ... are all those correct?
I also found both soni (like in english?) and soraj (like in tadjik?) for sun ... which one is correct?
and for love at least : pyar, maahi, hobak is there a correct precise word or any of those does it?
for star i found both taron and setar, what is the difference come?

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Namaste! Most Indian songs use pure urdu, most are kind of a mix of hindi and urdu. allah and khoda mean god and are both the islamic way to say it. Mil Gaya is "I found" I think. Gaya means went or gone. and mil means find/found. Also Soni is gold and soraj is sun. Soni is used sometimes to describe someone as beautiful. hobak is purely arabic meaning your love, there was probably arabic in this song. the only vocabulary i know for love in hindi is Pyaar, Mohabat and Isqh. I think Maahi is more like calling the lover, like aya mahi (come my love). Just so you know, dont trust Indian subtitles some are really far off. If you can find translations on bollywhat.com they are mostly correct.
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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby nicofr » 2010-06-01, 6:57

Thanks, indian songs seems as mysterious as the movies :)

however I do think that both mahobat and ishq are arabic, mohabat, looks very alike to a participle in arabic with the m- in front of the root hb (love), as for ishq I think it is arabic also.

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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby Meera » 2010-06-02, 21:44

nicofr wrote:Thanks, indian songs seems as mysterious as the movies :)

however I do think that both mahobat and ishq are arabic, mohabat, looks very alike to a participle in arabic with the m- in front of the root hb (love), as for ishq I think it is arabic also.


yeah im not sure where te words come from the arabic word i know foir love is hobb. i know isqhis also persian so it could very well be arabic lol
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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby stud75 » 2010-06-06, 11:12

What does it mean urjvan or urjavan, not sure for spelling. And how it is written correctly in devanagari?

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Postby Meera » 2010-06-08, 18:18

stud75 wrote:What does it mean urjvan or urjavan, not sure for spelling. And how it is written correctly in devanagari?


Im not sure, I know जवान(Javan) means young Mar Javan means die young. नौजवानों
means like youth. I really never even heard of urjavan before :whistle: sry :(. :whistle:
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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby stud75 » 2010-06-09, 7:08

Meera wrote:
stud75 wrote:What does it mean urjvan or urjavan, not sure for spelling. And how it is written correctly in devanagari?


Im not sure, I know जवान(Javan) means young Mar Javan means die young. नौजवानों
means like youth. I really never even heard of urjavan before :whistle: sry :(. :whistle:

O.K maybe I heard this wrongly or may this word be a derivative of ऊर्जा (a power, energy)?
I notice that hindi जवान is very similar to the italian word with the same meaning - giovene

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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby kalemiye » 2010-06-09, 21:07

javan is taken from persian and it means young! :)
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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby Meera » 2010-06-10, 14:57

kalemiye wrote:javan is taken from persian and it means young! :)

हाँ , मैं जानती हूँ. हिंदी और फारसी बहुत समान है :mrgreen:
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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby schnaz » 2010-09-06, 15:24

So far my favorite Hindi word is मेज़. :) It is easy to remember because it sounds similar to the Spanish word for table "mesa" -Happy studying -Schnahz
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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby schnaz » 2011-01-16, 11:52

Meera wrote:
kalemiye wrote:javan is taken from persian and it means young! :)

हाँ , मैं जानती हूँ. हिंदी और फारसी बहुत समान है :mrgreen:

"young" in Spanish is "joven" and in Italian "young" is "giovane"

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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby stud75 » 2011-03-17, 18:06

Hello people,
what does a compound verb उठा लेना mean?

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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby Meera » 2011-03-19, 4:22

it means "to catch up,"
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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby stud75 » 2011-05-05, 11:21

धन्यवाद आप को मीरा.

एक नया शब़्द है: करेला
(This must be a name of some vegetable i can't find translation for).

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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby Jesus Bhai » 2011-05-05, 12:47

Hey there, Karela is a bitter gourd/melon. I know that a bunch of different countries eat the stuff too. I personally can't stand the stuff. Too...Bitter. :D
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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby Meera » 2011-05-05, 14:24

stud75 wrote:धन्यवाद आप को मीरा.

एक नया शब़्द है: करेला
(This must be a name of some vegetable i can't find translation for).


Its bitter gourd. I think its orginally Punjabi word but Im not positive on this. Dont try bitter gorud unless you really like bitter food. :P
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Postby stud75 » 2011-05-06, 9:44

I came across this thing when watching lecture on healthy nutrition by some respected guru...but if it's really bitter I won't eat it.
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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby Meera » 2011-05-07, 0:18

कौन सा गुरु?
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Postby stud75 » 2011-05-07, 9:00

इस का नाम रामदेव है

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Re: Share Vocbulary in Hindi/Urdu!

Postby Meera » 2011-05-08, 5:44

ramdev baba?? He's on tv every morning on zee tv doing yoga :)
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Postby Jesus Bhai » 2011-05-10, 3:56

I can never take that guy seriously. My friend sent me a video of him hanging out with Daler Mehndi and Mika, in which they had tied a Pagri on his head and then changed the lyrics of one of Daler Mehndi's songs to include "yoga, baba, etc".

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