PDA

View Full Version : What Language is this?



MikawaObasan
06-03-07, 01:54
Kerang gi mtsen la gare shugi yore? Nai ming la Alex zie gi yur. Dringsang na Maddison Wisconcin University la boke lobjong chi gi yur. Nai boke gegan la tsetan mtsen la shu gi yore. Tsamtsam la na cha thugi yur. Naima na injiske la lobjong chigi yur. Na Maddisson University la dro gi yur.

Hi what language is this. I tried translating this everywhere, but to no avail. Is it some rare tounge of gaelic or somthing? I only know it is a European language because it has lots of "la" like spanish and french, and it is written in the european alphabet. Maybe it is a romance language derrivative? I know Maddison University and Wisconcin is American, and I do not know if it is perhaps American Indian with Spanish influence during the Spanish colonial period when Spain had occupied parts of what is today United States.

Can someone even translate what is being said here. It isn't vietnamese nor Tagalog, nor Indonesian either.

Maciamo
06-03-07, 17:05
It's not a language, just a mix of words from various Asian languages + invented words.

Shunyo
07-03-07, 09:43
That aint definitly not tagalog!!! there's not a single word that comes into our vocabulary!!
that's Oigur(Chinese Russia) becose they say yur a lot(only guessing) but i think its not asian

MikawaObasan
09-03-07, 22:11
That aint definitly not tagalog!!! there's not a single word that comes into our vocabulary!!
that's Oigur(Chinese Russia) becose they say yur a lot(only guessing) but i think its not asian

Well it certainly is not asian! I've exhausted my search on Asian languages, unless it is some obscure one that I have missed. (In that case, very sorry)
But it isn't Japanese or Chinese nor Vietnamese, either. Is Chinese Russian actually written differently? Wouldn't they write in those impossible to read chinese Characters? Because this one used Roman script I felt it has to be some form of old norse, or gaelic or something. I wonder if it is even a classical language or a pidgin latin?

MikawaObasan
09-03-07, 22:13
It's not a language, just a mix of words from various Asian languages + invented words.

I don't think so, there seems to be a pattern. Maybe it is Klingon or something. It can be one of those sci-fiction languages, but then,
I figured that there would be better luck seeing if it is indeed European derrivative, if not modern, but ancient.

Seikatsu
05-04-07, 01:56
That aint definitly not tagalog!!! there's not a single word that comes into our vocabulary!!
that's Oigur(Chinese Russia) becose they say yur a lot(only guessing) but i think its not asian

:? Got no idea what language it is but definitely not Russian.

Mycernius
06-04-07, 20:24
I have had a look around and I think it might actually be Tibetian, or a language related to it.

euromuslim
30-06-09, 08:23
This looks like somekind of code language.
Kerang - place in Australia
shugi - doctrine, rule, principle, craft in Japaneese
Lobjong - the bodhicitta teachings on Mind-Training attitudinal transformation
Nai Ming - baby name, chinese
It deffinitely has something with South-East Asia

LearningSign
15-09-09, 20:27
I don't know what is it, but it's funny lol

haithabu
22-04-11, 00:51
It looks like Tibetan. Check this link and compare: http://en-gb.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=2235944298&topic=2920