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    Talking ARISE in diffrent languages!!!! HELP WOULD BE COOL!!!

    Hello! i was wondering if you guys going tell me how to say/write the world arise/get up in different languages?!

    I am in a group called ARISE and i have a little project to do, an art piece and i wanted it to have the word written in different languages and alphabets. so if you could type the word for me in the alphabet of the language that would be cool!

    THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!!!!

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    that's really coool

    arise in arabic is " enhad" انهض
    I wrote it in the form of an order verb..if you want the noun or the present verb, just tell which tense and I'll write it for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss daisy View Post
    that's really coool

    arise in arabic is " enhad" انهض
    I wrote it in the form of an order verb..if you want the noun or the present verb, just tell which tense and I'll write it for you

    Thank You! i want the command, like your saying you get up. thats cool!

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    well, I already wrote it that way, in the command form..and you're welcome

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    Ontstaan
    Lindin
    Sorgir
    Ustati
    Vyvstat
    Opsta
    Tekkida
    Pumailanglang
    Syntya
    Se poser
    Xurdir
    Entstehen
    Merulnek fel
    Myndast
    Timbul
    Teacht chun cinn
    Derivare
    Rasties
    Kilti
    Oppstar
    Powstac
    Surgir
    Aparea
    Vzniknut
    Nastanejo
    Kina
    Ortaya
    Phat sinh
    Codi

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    You Mean Arise as in Sun Rise

    Well In Hindi it means

    Ugna or Uday Hona

    Sun Rise = Soorya Uday

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    "arise!" in command form:

    Estonian: tõus
    Japanese: 起きろ (okiro)
    Russian: встать (vstat')
    Vanad teksad ja kitarr...
    Nad on mul kõik, mida vajan nüüd

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    Romanian
    arise/get up=ridicăte(from the bed)
    weak up=trezeştete(from sleep)


    @songlover
    what about???
    get up=chala utho????
    ------>Kaal ho na ho<------
    ------>Lebnan ya 2it3it sama<------
    ------>La 2ilaha 2illa allah<------

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    Romanian
    arise/get up=ridică-te!(from the bed)
    wake up=trezeşte-te!(from sleep)


    NNA I hope you don't mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by songlover26 View Post
    You Mean Arise as in Sun Rise

    Well In Hindi it means

    Ugna or Uday Hona

    Sun Rise = Soorya Uday
    just the world Arise like telling some some to rise up or get up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anti-war94 View Post
    Ontstaan
    Lindin
    Sorgir
    Ustati
    Vyvstat
    Opsta
    Tekkida
    Pumailanglang
    Syntya
    Se poser
    Xurdir
    Entstehen
    Merulnek fel
    Myndast
    Timbul
    Teacht chun cinn
    Derivare
    Rasties
    Kilti
    Oppstar
    Powstac
    Surgir
    Aparea
    Vzniknut
    Nastanejo
    Kina
    Ortaya
    Phat sinh
    Codi
    WOW! Thank you! what languages are these?

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    Let's reverse translate these...

    Ontstaan - afrikaans
    Lindin - ?
    Sorgir - catalan
    Ustati - croatian
    Vyvstat - czech
    Opsta - dutch?

    Tekkida - this is another estonian word for 'rise/arise', but it's in the second nominative form. To use this in the imperative/command form, it needs to be "tekki" (normal = tekkima)

    Pumailanglang - filipino
    Syntya - finnish

    Se poser - french; reflexive. For this, I think the command form ends up being "s'éleve"? I know very little about french...

    Xurdir - galacian

    Entstehen - german; I think this verb is incorrect though. I believe it should be "aufsteh"? Or "aufstehe"? I don't know if that verb keeps an -e at the end or not.

    Merulnek fel - hungarian
    Myndast - icelandic?
    Timbul - indonesian
    Teacht chun cinn - supposed to be irish?
    Derivare - italian
    Rasties - latvian
    Kilti - lithuanian
    Oppstar - ?
    Powstac - polish
    Surgir - portuguese
    Aparea - romanian
    Vzniknut - slovak?
    Nastanejo - slovenian
    Kina - ?
    Ortaya - supposed to be turkish?
    Phat sinh - vietnamese
    Codi - welsh

    Anti-war, I'm guessing you used an online translator for these. The chances of these words being correct by meaning and then by form are slim; translators cannot really compare to actual human knowledge.
    Vanad teksad ja kitarr...
    Nad on mul kõik, mida vajan nüüd

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    @Lumekuninganna
    Well i can tell you for sure "aparea" mean other thing in romanian language
    aparea=to appear

    @Crisa
    Ty
    ------>Kaal ho na ho<------
    ------>Lebnan ya 2it3it sama<------
    ------>La 2ilaha 2illa allah<------

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    sta op = Dutch
    stehe auf = German
    kelj fel = Hungarian
    kalk = Turkish
    levántase = Spanish
    surge = Latin
    σηκώσου = Modern Greek
    под снегопадами...

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    Esp. Levantarse
    cat. Aixecar-se

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobnamedbob9 View Post
    Hello! i was wondering if you guys going tell me how to say/write the world arise/get up in different languages?!

    I am in a group called ARISE and i have a little project to do, an art piece and i wanted it to have the word written in different languages and alphabets. so if you could type the word for me in the alphabet of the language that would be cool!

    THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!!!!
    BANGKITLAH! - Malay



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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumekuninganna View Post
    Let's reverse translate these...


    Vyvstat - czech
    Merulnek fel - hungarian
    Vzniknut - slovak?

    Anti-war, I'm guessing you used an online translator for these. The chances of these words being correct by meaning and then by form are slim; translators cannot really compare to actual human knowledge.
    just some corretions:

    in Czech: vstávej! (get up) povstaň! (rise, it´s the same word in Slovak also)
    in Slovak: vstávaj! hore sa! (get up) zdvihni sa! (rise or pick up yourself)
    in Hungarian: kelj fel! (get up); állj fel! (stand up) emelkedj fel! (rise up)
    in Greek: as Sutaris already said σηκώσου! (sikosou-get up) or ξυπνά! (ksipna-wake up)
    Last edited by Freianegra; 11-04-2010 at 01:37 AM.

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    U can find it from Google Translation. No need to ask dear.
    *************My Soul is Kurd************

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    Quote Originally Posted by natan View Post
    U can find it from Google Translation. No need to ask dear.
    Yeah I know but when its translated like that its not always 100% right. And not always in the right form.

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    that's really coool . i very like it

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