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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #15 on: December 27, 2008, 07:29:00 PM »
addi Raji !
as per ur order, here are the Birahvi translation of the phrases.
English   = Balochi =   Birahvi

welcome = ashaatke=ba'khairut         
Greeting = Salam=Salam
Live long life   =  zendag baate=zindah merairay
How are you = chone tao?   =nee amerus?
I am fine = man washon'      =ee juaanut
I am fine = man washan' = ee juaanut

everybody is okay = durah washant=khhul khaireiat ato

Thanks = minnat vaar=minnatwaar

thank you = taee minnat vaaran'=numa minnatwaarut
Thankfull = minnatvaar=minnatvaar

Hope = Omeit / omaith=ummeed

Hope so = Omeiten'=ummeed kaivah

I hope = mana Omeiten'=kanay ummeeday

Allah Bless upon you = Allah-e-mayare=Aallah numayaa khair kay
Allah Bless you = Allah-e-mayaar bahoote= Aallah numayaa khair kay
God Bless you = Huda-e-mayaare=Aallah na numayaa rehmat meray
God Bless you = Huda-e-mayaar bahooTe =Aallah na numayaa rehmat meray


Dear = dousten' / doustigen'=sangat

Dear Brother = dousten' / doustigen' braat=hanayna eilum

Dear Sister = dousten' / doustigen' gohaar  =hanayna eer
Sister = gohaar / gwaar / gowaar  =eer

Dear Sister = Banoken' gohar=  hanayna eer

sorry = bebaksh / bebagsh     =  kanay bashkhais

Excuse Me = mana bebahgsh   =    bashkhais/ bashkhayray
                                                   
Congrate = Mubarek baat        =muwaarak meray

Yours Sister = taee gohaar / shome gohaar =na eer /numa eer

Yours Brother = taee braat / shome braat = numa eelum

are you feeling well? = taee jaan washen' / tao washe? = num jororay?

are you okay? = tao washe? =num juaanoray?

thanks to Allah I am fine = Allah-e-shugrent man washon' Allah na shukray, = ee jorut/juaanut
thanks to Allah I am fine = alhumdulillah man washon'Allah na shukray,=ee jorut/juaanut
thanks to Allah I am fine = alhumdulillah man washan'Allah na shukray, =ee jorut/juaanut
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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #16 on: January 05, 2009, 08:27:15 PM »
Although brother Sabir already replied on my request but I am also thankful to you respected :Dr. M. Anwar Pandrani: for your attention and answer.
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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #17 on: January 11, 2009, 06:05:02 PM »
Respected Dear Dr. M. Anwar Pandrani:
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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #18 on: January 11, 2009, 06:10:06 PM »
                                 [dousten_baaskan] [assalam] :)
                            SHOMA WASH BATE MODAM
wajaen-braat Dr. M. Anwar Pandrani na minathwaron wajah mona ham komak marak zobane moni daningna da diwan ao da diwana membarak sitha na laheko :)


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ENGLISH=BALOCHI=BRAHVI

To Beat = janag             khalling
To Play = laib kanag        gowazi kaing
To Look = chaarag          orning
To eat = warag              koning
To think = pekr kanag       pekr kaning /tak khalling 
To say = goshag/ gwashag   heet kaning/gaap kaning
To do = kanag                              kaning
To learn = yaad gerag / sekkag            yad kaning/sekking
To cry = greyvag                             oghing                       
To write = nibissag                           likking/navishthah kaning
To come = kayag                                baning
To go = rawag                                  inning
To take = zeyrag / zourag                   alling
To laugh = kandag                             makhing
To read = waanag                             khowaning
To beat up = janag                            khalling


Want = loutag                                khowahing
Always = daahema                          mona
At night = shapa                            shama
At day = roucha                             deya
At mid day = neym roucha               neym roucha
Speak lie = duroug bandage            duroug thaRing 
Lie = duroug                                 duroug
Truth = raast                                raast
Speak truth = raast goshag               raast paning
Here = edaa                                   dang
There = ouda                                  hamong

Present Indefinite Tense               

Affirmative sentences
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English   Baluchi                               Brahvi
I do        =    man kanan’                      =e kewa

I do my work =    man wati kaara kanan’  =e thena kaarem a kewa

I write    =    man lekkan’ / nibissan’        =e likkewa

I write a letter  =    man yak namdiye nibissan’  =e ase khathas likkewa             

I learn    =    man yaad giraan’                        =e  yaad kewa/e khoahnwa

I always learn    =    man daahima yaad giraan’    =e mona yaad kewa/e mona khoahnwa

I want    =    man loutan’                                 =e khoahwa                       

I want to do     =    man kanag loutan’                =e kaning khoahwa

I want to do my work    =    Man wati kaar kanag loutan’   =e thena kaarem a kaning khoahwa

I go    =    man rawan’                                      =e kawa /e rahi allewa/e rawan marewa

I go there.    =    man oudaa rawan’                    =e onng kawa

I say    =    man goshan’                                    =e pawa

I say yes    =    Man goshan hao                         =e pawa hao

I say no    =    Man goshan enna                         =e pawa akha

I try    =    man johud kanan’                              =e khoshesh kewa

I think    =    Mani hayala                                   =kana khiyallat/kana kiyaal/kana khiyalla

I think so     =    Mani hayal hameshen                  =kana khiyal dade

I read    =    man waanan’                                   =e khoahnewa

I read book    =    Man kitab wanan’                      =e kitab khoahnewa

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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #19 on: January 30, 2009, 10:57:03 PM »

                          ey=e    ky=k    ay=a  o=o


braat agan shoma ey sound an' arabic script e tooka ham bedae ma sharter sarpad baen'.

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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #20 on: February 03, 2009, 02:05:54 AM »
salam gowhar

mni hayala man paysara shomara shariye sara sarpad nakothagan bibakshe noo man eda english o arabi script e tooka ham likketha

ءي=e               کے=k       اے=a           او=o

brahvi                       balochi

e barewa                 man kayan
jowan mas k ni basos   jowan butha k tao athka
a gowazi keyk          aa gowazi kan
o deyre                   aa kaye


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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #21 on: February 21, 2009, 07:17:46 PM »
They = A (Plural)

                                      English=Baluchi=Brahvi
Affirmative sentences: (We =   ma=     NAN )
Syntax= Verb + NA’
English    Baluchi                                Brahvi
we do    ma kanen’                            nan      kena   
We do our work.   ma watee kaara kanen’?  nan  thena  kareme  kena
we write.   ma lekken’ / nibissen’              nan  lekena
we learn   ma yaad giren’                      nan  yad  kena
we want   ma louten’                            nan  kowahena     
we come   ma kaeen’                            nan  barena
we read   ma waanen’                          nan khowanena
we play   ma laib kanen’                       nan gozi kena
we beat   ma janen’                             nan kotena/khalena
Negative:
English    Baluchi                                                   Brahvi
we don’t   ma nakanen’
we do not write   ma nalekken’ / nanibissen’                       nan kapana
We don’t write your name.   Ma taee naam a nanibissen’     nan na peney lekkepana
we do not learn   ma yaad nagiren’                                    nan yaad kapna
we do not want   ma nalouten’                                          nan khowahepana
We don’t want anything.   ma hech nalouten’                   nan  hech khowahepana

Interrogative:
English    Baluchi                                          Brahvi
Do we do?    zaanaan’ ma kanen’?                         nan  kena?   
Do we write?   zaanaan’ ma lekken’ / nibissen’? nan  lekkena?
Do we learn?   zaanaan’ma yaad giren’?          nan  yad  kena?
Do we want?   zaanaan’ma louten’?                 nan  kowahena?     


Affirmative sentences:
Syntax = subject Verb + RA’
English    Baluchi                        Brahvi
They do.   Aa kanan’                     a     kera   
They write   Aa lekkan’ / nibissan’       a lekkera       
They learn   Aa yaad giraan’               a   yad  kera
They want   Aa loutan’                        a   khoahra
They go   Aa rawan’                        a   kara
They say   aa goshan’                        a  para
aa gwashan’
They try   Aa johud kanan’                 a koshesh kera
They think   Aa pekr kanan’
(manthey hayalaa )
They read   Aa waanan’                      a khowanra   
They laugh   Aa kandan’                       a  makhera
They cry   Aa greywan’                     a oghra

Negative:
don’t = PASA
English               Baluchi
no                       enna                                       aakha/na
They do not do.    Aa nakanan’                                 A KAPASA         
They do not write.   Aa nalekkan’ / nanibissan’       a lekkpasa
They do not learn.   Aa yaad nagiraan’                  a yaad kapasa
They do not want.   Aa naloutan’                         a khoahpasa
They do not read.   aa nawaanan’                       a khohanpasa
They do not play.   aa laib nakanan’                            a kapasa
They do not beat.   aa najanan’                           a kotpasa/khalpasa
Interrogative:
English    Baluchi

Do they try?   zaanaan’ aa johud kanan’?      A KAPASA?
Do they think?   zaanaan’ aa pekr kanan’?       afikr kapasa?
Do they read?   zaanaan’ aa waanan’?            a khoahpasa?
Do they laugh?   zaanaan’ aa kandan’?

Vocabulary Chart- III
Baluchi   English   Brahvi

man = Me / I/=e
ma = we=nan
tao = you (singular)=ni
shoma = you (plural)=num
aa = they /those/ that=a
ey = this/ these / he / she / it=da
Idarah = Institute=Idarah
babata / baraha = about=babata / baraha
Taee = yours=na
Manee = mine / my=kana
Aahiye = his/him/her / that=ona/a na(اے نا)
Ishiye = his / him / her / this=dana
Yaad gerag = to learn=yad kaning
Dar barag = to learn=bining
Lekkag / nibissag = to write=lekking/nivishtha
Lekketa / nibisseta = written=lekkat/nivishtha karet/
Lekkii / nibissii = writes=lekkek
Naam = name=pen
Kaar = work =karem




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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #22 on: July 15, 2009, 12:53:39 PM »
Vocabulary Chart- IV

BALOCHI  =  ENGLISH  =   BRAHVI

tao = you=       ni
Shar / sharr = nice=   joan
Baaz shar= Perfect/best= baaz joan
Ouda = there=        hong
Edaa = here=         dang
johud kang= to try=koshish kaning       
johud / joud = try=koshish
kandag = laugh=makhing
chizz = thing=giRa
hamuk = every=yaki
har = every=har
goshag = to say=paning
mani / manee = my=kana
ketaab = book=ketaab
sawab = reason / cause=sawab /wajjah
bey sawab = without any reason=bey sawab/wajjah
hayaal = think=hayaal
I think = manee hayalaa=kana hayaal
Rawag = to go=ening
Yahag = to come=baning
Shout = left / went / gone.=ena
Atk / yatk = came=ba
Khahish kanag = Want / wish=assra/khowahes
Loutag = want / wish / required=khowahing
Affirmative sentences:
English =   Baluchi  =Brahvi 
you do    tao kane     = ni kessa
you write   tao lekke, tao nibisse= ni kikkessa
you want   tao loute= ni khowahessa
You want everything   Tao harchey loute=ni har geRa khowahessa
you go   tao rawe= ni kassa
You go there   Tao ouda rawe=ni hong kassa

Negative:
Don’t          = na           =p/akha/na

English    Baluchi=Brahvi
you don’t   tao nakane=ni kapessa
you do not write   tao nalekke / nanibisse=ni likpessa
you do not want   tao naloute=ni khoahpessa
tao khwahish nakane=ni khowahpessa
you do not go   tao narawe=ni enpessa
you do not say   tao nagoshe=ni papessa

 

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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #23 on: July 15, 2009, 01:00:07 PM »

Interrogative:
English =   Baluchi       =        Brahvi
Do you do?    zaanaan’ tao kane?    =ni kessa?
Do you write?   zaanaan’ tao lekke / nibisse?= ni kikkessa?
Do you want?   zaanaan’ tao loute?=ni khowahessa
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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #24 on: July 18, 2009, 01:58:54 PM »
Braat Sabir:
Salam o drout,
chah wati dil e johlaankiyaan chey tai minnavaran' keh tao mani habar e sara ey sarhaal a deyma baragae.
daahima washnaam baate.

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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #25 on: July 24, 2009, 11:29:30 AM »
English Syntax:
 
(He, She, it, Saima Baloch) writes

Brahvi Syntax:
 
o/A / Saima Baloch nibissek
 
Baluchi Syntax:
 
Aa / Saima Baloch nibissi
 
 
Affirmative sentences:
 
English =                                   Baluchi  =                          =Brahvi
He/She/Saima Baloch does   Aa / Saima Baloch kaan’  =o/Saima Baloch kek’
He/She/Saima Baloch writes   aa / Saima Baloch lekkan’ =o / Saima Baloch lekkek’
He/She/Saima Baloch learns   aa / Saima Baloch yaad giri=o / Saima Baloch yaad kek’
He/She/Saima Baloch wants   aa / Saima Baloch louti=o / Saima Baloch khoahek’

 
Negative:
To make negative Baluchi sentence you have to add “na” as a prefix of verb.
Don’t = na      = Brahvi Don’t =p      He does not do = o ka p ak
 
English =                  [b'Baluchi
                                                             ==Brahvi
He/She/Saima Baloch does not do    aa / Saima Baloch nakanan’=o/Saima Baloch kapak
He/She/Saima Baloch does not write   aa / Saima Baloch nalekkan’ / nanibissan’=o / Saima Baloch lekkpak’
He/She/Saima Baloch does not learn   aa / Saima Baloch yaad nagiraan’=o / Saima Baloch yaad kapak
He/She/Saima Baloch does not want   aa / Saima Baloch naloutan’=o / Saima Baloch khoahpak


 
Interrogative:
 
English=                                        [b'Baluchi
=                                             = Brahvi
Does he/she/Saima Baloch do?    zaanaan’ aa / Saima Baloch kaan’?=o/Saima Baloch kek?
Does he/she/Saima Baloch write?   zaanaan’ aa / Saima Baloch lekki ?=o / Saima Baloch lekkek?
Does he/she/Saima Baloch learn?   zaanaan’aa / Saima Baloch yaad giri?=o / Saima Baloch yaad kek?
Does he/she/Saima Baloch want?   zaanaan’ aa / Saima Baloch louti?=o / Saima Baloch khoahek?
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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #26 on: March 08, 2010, 01:34:49 AM »
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it is pleasure for us ,we have chang our orthography from urdo to brahui roman. the one who is intreasted to red and write in brahui so they must fallow and know the brahui keyboard on www.brahuilb.tk by clicking typography.

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Re: Basic Brahvai phrases for learners
« Reply #27 on: September 30, 2012, 01:05:13 AM »
sister as i want to learn brahvi.i want to learn in sequence that is kindly translate them
i do
i am doing
i have done
i did
i was doing
i had done
i wil do
i wil be doing
i wil have been doing
so as the same phrases in SAY,SEE,EAT,DRINK,STUDY etc