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    Default Misc. Hindi Translations (Non Lyrics)

    Hi friends
    If there is anything you want to know the English translation of besides Songs. This Thread is open for you. It can be
    * Sentences
    * Passages (short)
    * Clippings
    * Corrections of your writings

    In other words everything except songs

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    Ok i got some lyrics about which i am not sure if its a language from India.

    Hasdey Hasdey Mahiny,
    Chando teen chamka mari


    There are another part of lyrics about i am sure its hindi but i can't understand it very good.

    Here is the song.
    ------>Kaal ho na ho<------
    ------>Lebnan ya 2it3it sama<------
    ------>La 2ilaha 2illa allah<------

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    I got the first line but I am not sure about the second one.

    Hasdey Hasdey Mahini

    Hasna = To smile
    mahi = Beloved

    Smile Smile Oh! Beloved.


    Chando teen chamka mari.

    Here's what the words mean separately

    Chand = moon
    Teen = three
    Chamak Marna = to Sparkle or shine

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    And the other lyrics???

    something like:
    "unka jaadu hoga hota vich hai"
    ------>Kaal ho na ho<------
    ------>Lebnan ya 2it3it sama<------
    ------>La 2ilaha 2illa allah<------

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    Quote Originally Posted by songlover26 View Post
    I got the first line but I am not sure about the second one.

    Hasdey Hasdey Mahini

    Hasna = To smile
    mahi = Beloved

    Smile Smile Oh! Beloved.


    Chando teen chamka mari.

    Here's what the words mean separately

    Chand = moon
    Teen = three
    Chamak Marna = to Sparkle or shine
    SO it doesn't a menaing This is what i understand also
    ------>Kaal ho na ho<------
    ------>Lebnan ya 2it3it sama<------
    ------>La 2ilaha 2illa allah<------

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    Quote Originally Posted by NNA for life View Post
    SO it doesn't a menaing This is what i understand also
    Yup...Not a very meaningful song...

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    Can you tell me the Hindi translation of these sentences.

    1. Nice to Meet you
    2. I Miss you
    3. You are the best
    4. Congratulations
    5. I am really sorry.
    6. I won't do it again
    7. Please! listen to me
    8. you should always speak the Truth.
    9. All that glitters is not gold
    10. I enjoy watching Indian Movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonlight90 View Post
    Can you tell me the Hindi translation of these sentences.

    1. Nice to Meet you
    2. I Miss you
    3. You are the best
    4. Congratulations
    5. I am really sorry.
    6. I won't do it again
    7. Please! listen to me
    8. you should always speak the Truth.
    9. All that glitters is not gold
    10. I enjoy watching Indian Movies.


    Nice to Meet you

    Aapse milkar Khushi Hui.
    you may also here
    Aapse Milkar bahut khushi hui.

    Bahut = Very
    Khushi = happiness
    Khushi hona = to be pleased
    ***
    2. I Miss you or I miss you alot

    Mein tumhe Bahut Yaad Karta Hoon (m)
    Mein tumhe bahut yaad karti hoon (f)

    Mein = I
    Yaad = Memory
    Yaad Karna = to remember

    ***

    You are the best

    Tum sabse Achchey ho (m)
    Tum sabse Achchi ho (f)

    Achcha = good
    Sabse Achcha = Best
    Another word for Best = Behtareen

    ****

    I am really sorry.

    Mujhey Bahut Khed or Dukh hai

    Congratulations

    Mubarak ho

    ***

    I won't do it again

    Mein Aisa dubaara Nahi Karoonga
    Mein Aisa Dubaara Nahi Karoongi (f)

    Dubaara = second time or again

    ***

    Please Listen to me


    Kripaya Meri baat suno

    Suniye when talking to elders

    Kripya = Please
    Sun na = to hear
    ***

    you should always speak the Truth.

    Tumhein hamesha sach bolna chahiye

    Always = hamesha or sada
    Bolna = To speak
    Sach = Truth
    ***

    All that glitters is not gold

    har Chamakane wali cheez Sona Nahi hoti

    Chamak = glitter
    Sona = Gold

    ***

    I enjoy watching Indian Movies.

    Mujhey Hindustani filmey dekhne mein Aanand or Mazaa aata hai.

    Hindustan = India
    Hindustani = Indian
    Aanand = Mazaa = Enjoyment

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    I watch a lot of bollywood movies, and I catch these words but dont know how they spell it

    I
    He
    She
    Her
    Him
    You
    Them
    They

    No
    Yes
    Maybe

    mother
    father
    son
    daugther
    brother
    sister
    husband
    wife
    fiance

    my love
    my beloved
    my darling
    sweetie
    sweetheart

    hello
    goodbye
    how are you?
    Im fine, thank you
    god bless you
    see you later


    and maybe it would just sound like a really really silly question, but why they mix a lot of english and hindi on movies? I know India was colonized by England, is that the reason?
    the first love is gone ... am waiting for the last one!!

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    I Mein
    He Woh
    She woh
    Her Uska
    Him Ussey
    You Tum or Tu
    Them Unhey
    They woh Depends on the sentence

    No Na or Nahi
    Yes Haan
    Maybe Shayad

    mother Maa or Mata
    father Pita
    son Beta
    daugther Beti
    brother Bhai
    sister Behen
    husband Pati
    wife Patni
    fiance Mangetar

    my love Mera Pyar
    my beloved There are many words Saajan (m) Sajani (f) Sanam, etc
    my darling Priya - above words can also be used
    sweetie
    sweetheart = Dilbar, Jaanu , jaan-e-mann

    hello Namaste
    goodbye Alvida
    how are you? Aap or tum kaisey ho? (m) Tum or aap Kaisi ho? (f)
    Im fine, thank you = Mein Theek hoon, Shukriya or Mein Achhcha hoon, Dhanyawad
    god bless you = Bhagwan tumhara bhala kare
    see you later = Baad mein milenge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zahra2008 View Post
    and maybe it would just sound like a really really silly question, but why they mix a lot of english and hindi on movies? I know India was colonized by England, is that the reason?
    Well feel free to ask anything

    Well the reason I see is
    1. Definitely influence of English is there. It is taught in schools colleges etc.
    2. In daily use instead of using Pure Hindi we use a blend of words from various languages. For example Arabic, Persian, English etc. Over hundreds of years these words have become a part of Hindi.
    3. English words are also used because of ease of use. for example the Pure Hindi word for Toilet is Shauchalya here as you can see Toilet is more convenient to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by songlover26 View Post
    Well feel free to ask anything

    Well the reason I see is
    1. Definitely influence of English is there. It is taught in schools colleges etc.
    2. In daily use instead of using Pure Hindi we use a blend of words from various languages. For example Arabic, Persian, English etc. Over hundreds of years these words have become a part of Hindi.
    3. English words are also used because of ease of use. for example the Pure Hindi word for Toilet is Shauchalya here as you can see Toilet is more convenient to say.
    ohhh I knew it, we also use some english words, cause I live next to the USA border, but not that much as you... Shukriya
    the first love is gone ... am waiting for the last one!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zahra2008 View Post
    ohhh I knew it, we also use some english words, cause I live next to the USA border, but not that much as you... Shukriya
    Ha! Ha!

    Well hear the Lyrics of this song... Pure Hindi



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    Quote Originally Posted by songlover26 View Post
    Ha! Ha!

    Well hear the Lyrics of this song... Pure Hindi

    ...
    hehehe nice song, sounds a little bit like kajra re
    the first love is gone ... am waiting for the last one!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zahra2008 View Post
    hehehe nice song, sounds a little bit like kajra re
    Oh! you know a lot about Hindi movie!! I am impressed
    Which ones have you seen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by songlover26 View Post
    Oh! you know a lot about Hindi movie!! I am impressed
    Which ones have you seen?
    Devdas
    Umrao Jaan
    Kal ha no kahlo
    Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
    Kabhi alvida naa kehna

    and still looking for more!!
    the first love is gone ... am waiting for the last one!!

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    @Zahra I wanna see Devdas too ...and I was surprised to see the novel at the library

    Now my question (please don't laugh) : how do spell allright / good ? Is it ji/ gi or something like that ? I've heard it in a movie and I'm curious how it's spelled

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisa View Post
    @Zahra I wanna see Devdas too ...and I was surprised to see the novel at the library

    Now my question (please don't laugh) : how do spell allright / good ? Is it ji/ gi or something like that ? I've heard it in a movie and I'm curious how it's spelled
    I've already saw it, so beautiful and sad story
    the first love is gone ... am waiting for the last one!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zahra2008 View Post
    Devdas
    Umrao Jaan
    Kal ha no kahlo
    Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
    Kabhi alvida naa kehna

    and still looking for more!!
    Except Umrao jaan I have seen the rest. Kal ho Na ho is one of my fav.

    If you need any assistance finding a movie I would be glad to help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisa View Post
    @Zahra I wanna see Devdas too ...and I was surprised to see the novel at the library

    Now my question (please don't laugh) : how do spell allright / good ? Is it ji/ gi or something like that ? I've heard it in a movie and I'm curious how it's spelled
    Crisa Ji is added to show respect to elders or dear ones. when Talking to elder talking without ji is considered rude.

    Suppose Pita = Father and Pitaji is father too but with respect

    Uncle ji is like giving respect.

    Achcha = good (m) अच्छा
    Achchii = good (f) अच्छी

    Woh ek Achchi ladki hai = She is a good girl

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