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    Oct 10, 2008, 11:17 PM - Mando'a Dictionary #1

    :jet packI thought this was pretty much nessisary in a place with so many Mandos its a Mando'a dictionary no one should be with out one






    [edit] Verbs
    atiniir (ah-teen-EER) - to endure, to stick with, to tough it out
    baatir (BAH-teer) - to care, to worry about
    beten - to sigh
    brokar - to beat (heartbeat, drumbeat)
    cuyir - to be, to exist
    dinuir (DEE-noo-eer) - to give
    duraanir - to look down upon, to hold in contempt, to despise
    duumir - to allow
    ganar - to have
    gaan - to want
    hettir - to burn
    hibirar - to learn
    hukaatir (HOO-kaht-EER) - to protect, to cover, to shield
    jehaatir - to lie
    jorso'ran - shall bear (archaic)
    jurir - to bear, to carry
    jorhaa'ir - to speak
    jurkadir - to mess with someone (lit: to brandish a saber)
    kar'taylir - to know
    liser - to be able to, can
    motir - to stand
    narir (nah-REER) - to act (carry out), to do
    nartir (nah-ree-TEER) - to place, to put
    nau'ur (also: sometimes seen as naur) (now-00R) - to light up
    nau'ur kad - to forge a saber
    nynir - to hit, to strike
    oya (OY-ah) - Many meanings: literally "Let's hunt!" and also "Stay alive!", but also "Hoorah!", "Go you!", "Cheers!" Always positive and triumphant.
    parjir - to win, to be victorious
    shabiir - to screw up
    shukur - to break, to smash/tear apart, to crush
    solus - each, individual, alone
    susulur - to hear, to listen
    takisir - to insult
    trattok'o - fall, fail
    udesiir - to relax, to rest, to be peaceful
    verborir - to buy, to hire, to contract
    vorer - to accept
    [edit] Adjectives and adverbs
    a'denla - vengeful
    adenn - merciless
    ani'la - ultimate
    aruetyc (ah-roo-ay-TEESH) - traitorous
    atin (ah-TEEN) - stubborn
    briikase - happy
    dar (dahr) - no longer
    darasuum - eternal/eternally, forever
    di'kutla - foolish, idiotic (severe)
    draar (drahr) - never
    dral - bright
    dralshy'a (drahl-SHEE-ya) - stronger, more powerful
    ge'tal - red
    hettyc - burning
    hut'uunla (hoo-OON-lah) - cowardly
    iviin'yc - fast, quickly
    jate - good
    jatne (JAT-nay) - best
    kandosii - indomitable, noble, ruthless
    mirdala - clever
    nau - before
    ne'tra - black
    ori (OH-ree) - big, extreme, very
    racin - pale
    shabla - screwed up (offensive)
    shukla - crushed
    solus - one, alone, each, individual, vulnerable
    sol'yc - first
    talyc - bloody (can be used to describe meat as "rare")
    teroch - pitiless
    tome - together
    tracyn'la - grilled, chargrilled, scorched
    troch - certainly
    ures - without
    usen'ye - rudest way to tell someone to go away (same root as osik)
    [edit] Nouns
    abesh - east
    abiik - air
    a'den - wrath, rage
    adu - sons (archaic)
    ad - son, daughter, child
    ad'ika - kid, lad, boy, sweetie, darling
    aka (AH-kah) mission
    akaan - war
    akaan'ade (AH-kahn-AH-day) army
    aliit (ah-LEET) - family, clan
    aruetii (ah-roo-AY-tee) - traitor, outsider, comparable to "them"
    aruetiise (ah-roo-ay-TEE-say) - Aruetii, plural
    ba'buir - grandfather/grandmother
    ba'vodu - uncle
    beroya (bair-OY-ah) bounty hunter
    beskar - Mandalorian iron
    beskar'ad - droid (literally "child of iron")
    beskar'gam - armor (literally "iron skin")
    Bes'uliik - Basilisk (literally "iron beast")
    behot - a citrus-flavored herb, antiseptic, and mild stimulant
    birgaan - backpack
    buir (boo-EER) - father/mother
    burc'ya (BOOR-sha) - friend
    buy'ce (BOO-shay, s.); buy'cese (pl.) - helmet; colloquial: pint, bucket
    ca - night
    chakaar - thief, petty criminal, scumbag, *****, bastard, bugger, (lit: "grave robber")
    chig (CHEEG) - any kind of hot drink, an infusion
    Coruscanta - Coruscant
    cyar'tomade - fans, a group of people with affection for something
    cyar'ika- darling, beloved, sweetheart
    darasuum (dah-RAH-soom) - eternity
    dar'buir (DAHR boo-EER) - no longer a father (very shameful)
    dar'manda (dahr-MAHN-da) - a state of being "not Mandalorian"; not an outsider, but one who has lost his heritage, and so his identity and soul
    dar'jetii - no longer a Jedi (Sith, Dark Jedi)
    dar'yaim - a hell, a place you want to forget
    dha (dah) - dark
    di'kut (dee-KOOT) - a foolish, idiotic, useless individual (severe); context-dependent:can mean jerk, moron, idiot, etc. (sometimes vulgar)
    droten (DROH-ten) - people, public.
    entye (ENT-yay} - debt
    gal - ale
    gayi'kaab - radio
    gayiyli - resurrector
    gett - nut
    ge'verd (ge-VAIRD) - almost a warrior
    gihaal (gee-HAAL) - fish-meal
    gra'tua (gra-TOO-ah) - revenge, vengeance
    hut'uun (hoo-TOON) - coward
    ib'tuur - today (lit: "this day")
    jai'galaar - shriek-hawk
    jatne'buir- best father
    Jetii (Jay-tee) - (the) Jedi
    Jetiise - (the) Republic, plural "Jedi"
    ka'ra - stars
    ka'rta - heart
    kad - saber
    kad'au (kahd-OW) - lightsaber
    kama - backside, back, belt-spat
    Kaminiise - Kaminoans
    kando (KAHN-do) - importance, weight
    ke'gyce - command, order
    kom'rk - gauntlet
    kot - strength
    kote - glory, might
    kyr'am - death
    Mand'alor - Mandalore
    Manda'yaim - Mandalore
    Mando'ad - Mandalorian (lit: Son/Daughter/Child of Mandalore)
    Mar'eyce - discovery
    mirshe - brain, brains
    mirsh - brain cell
    ne'tra gal - black ale
    norac - back
    ori'ramikade - Supercommandos (lit: Super-raiders with sabers)
    or'dinii - complete lunatic
    osik - ****, poodoo (sometimes vulgar)
    parjai - victory
    prudii - shadow
    rang - ash
    runi - soul
    shebs (shebs, s.); shebse (SHEB-say, pl.) - backside, rear, butt (sometimes vulgar)
    Siit - Sith
    Shuk'om - Crushgaunt
    tal - blood
    tar - starfield, space, star, sky
    tat - brother (Concord Dawn dialect for vod)
    Taungsarang - the ash of the Taung
    tihaar (TEE-har) - an alcoholic drink; a strong, clear spirit made from fruit
    tor - justice
    tracinya - flame
    tracyn - fire
    troan - face
    tsad - alliance, group, organization
    tuur - day
    uj'alayi (OOH-jah-LIE-ee) - a very dense, very sweet cake made from crushed nuts, dried fruit and spices, and then soaked in a sticky scented syrup called uj'jayl. Colloquially known as an Uj cake.
    uj'Jayl (ooh-JAI-ul) - a sticky scented syrup
    ven - future
    verd - warrior
    vhett - farmer
    vod (VOHD) - brother, sister, comrade
    vode (VOH-day) - brothers, sisters, comrades
    vod'ika - little brother, little sister
    Vongese - Yuuzhan Vong or just Vong
    Werda - shadows (archaic)
    [edit] Phrases
    Aliit ori'shya taldin - "Family is more than blood." Mandalorian Proverb.
    Ba'slan shev'la. - Strategic disappearance. Mandalorian Phrase.
    Copaani gaan? - Need a hand?
    Gedet'ye - please
    K'atini - Suck it up!
    Kandosii! - "Awesome!"
    Ke'pare - "Stand by"
    Udesii - "calm down", "take it easy"
    Su'cuy! - a friendly greeting (lit: "still live," i.e. "so you're still alive.")
    Resol'nare - Six Actions
    Re'turcye mhi! - goodbye
    Ret'ini - Just in case
    Cuy'val Dar - "Those who no longer exist"
    Vor'e (VOHR-ay.) - thanks, short form of vor entye
    Vor entye - thank you (lit: "I accept your debt")
    Mir'osik - something undesirable where your brains ought to be, i.e. "Dung for brains"
    Haili cetare (HI-lee ket-AH-ray) - Eat up (lit: "Fill your boots")
    Mar'e (MAH-ray) - expression of relief colloquial: "At last!"
    Ke'sush (Keh-SOOSH) - "Atten-shun!"
    Verd ori'shya beskar'gam. - "A warrior is more than (his) armor" (Mandalorian proverb)
    Ner vod (nair vohd) - "my brother/sister" colloquial: "(my) buddy/pal/lad/chap"
    Usenye (oo-SEN-yay) - "Go away!" (obscene)
    Tion'ad hukaat'kama? (Tee-ON-ahd HOO-kaht-KA-ma) - "Who's watching your back?"
    Ori'jate - "Very good"
    Mirsh'kyramud (MEERSH-keer'AH-mood) - boring person (lit: "brain killer")
    Ke nu jurkad sha Mando'ade, burc'ya! - "Don't mess with Mandos, mate!" (lit: "Don't wave your saber at Mandolorians, mate!" )
    Ke nu jurkad ti Mando'ade, burc'ya! - "Don't cross swords with Mandos, mate!"
    Nu jurkad Mando'ade, burc'ya! - a reassurance, comparable to "Steady, mate"
    N'jurkad - "Don't mess with me"
    Tsad droten - Republic, democracy, even government; context-dependent (lit: "people's organization")
    Ib'tuur jatne tuur ash'ad kyr'amur. - "Today is a good day for someone else to die." (lit: "This day (is) the best (for) another person to die.")
    Ni kar'tayli gar darasuum (nee kar-TILE garh dah-RAH-soom) - colloquial: "I love you."
    Haat, Ijaa, Haa'it - Truth, Honor, Vision—said when sealing a pact
    Hukaat'kama (hu-KAHT-ka-MAH) - Watch my back, watch my six
    K'uur - Hush, Be quiet
    Nar dralshy'a - Try harder
    Ke barjurir gar'ade, jagyc'ade kot'la a dalyc'ade kotla'shya. - "Train your sons to be strong but your daughters to be stronger." Mandalorian saying.
    Kom'rk tsad droten troch nyn ures adenn, Dha Werda Verda a'den tratu. - They were the wrath of the warrior's shadow and the Gauntlet of the Republic (A line from a Mandalorian war song, adapted for the Republic Commandos).
    Nu kyr'adyc, shi taab'echaaj'la - "Not gone, merely marching far away" (Mandalorian phrase for the departed)
    Mishuk gotal'u meshuroke, pako kyore. - Pressure makes gems, ease makes decay. Mandalorian Proverb.
    Ori'buyce, kih'kovid. - "All helmet, no head." (Mandalorian insult for someone with an overdeveloped sense of authority.)
    Mandokarla - You've got the right stuff.
    [edit] Other words
    a - but
    an - all
    ashi - other
    ast - itself
    bal - and
    bah - to
    be - of
    cuun (koon) - our
    kaysh (kaysh) - him, his
    ke - imperative prefix
    ke nu - "don't" prefix
    lo (loh) - into
    elek (EL-eck) - yes (colloquial: lek, comparable to "yeah")
    gar - you, your
    haar - emphatic definite article (rare)
    ibic - this
    juaan - beside
    meg (mayg) - which, that
    meh (mey) - if
    mhi (mee) - we
    nayc (NAYSH) - no (colloquial: shh, comparable to "nah")
    ner (nair) - my
    ni - I
    par - for
    ra - or
    sa - as, like
    sha or shal - at (when used in front of a consonant)
    te - the
    teh - from
    ti - with
    tion - interrogative prefix
    tion'ad - who, interrogative
    vaii - where
    val - they, their, theirs
    ven - future prefix

    [edit] Numbers
    solus (SOH-loos) - one
    t'ad (tahd) - two
    ehn (enn) - three
    cuir (KOO-eer) - four
    rayshe'a (ray-SHEE-ah) - five
    resol (reh-SOL) - six
    e'tad (EH-tad) - seven
    sh'ehn (shayn) - eight
    she'cu (SHAY-koo) - nine
    ta'raysh (ta-RAYSH) - ten
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    Oct 10, 2008, 11:29 PM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #2

    Very nice. However, I'd reccomend going here instead... http://www.karentraviss.com/html/newmando.htm

    Links to the complete Mando'a dictionary (which is currently sitting around 1100 words I believe... she's always adding to it, updates twice a year I believe, along with grammar guides, sample speech, etc. Very handy too. I've been slowly trying to teach it to myself... pretty cool language, actually. As the Mando's would say, Bic Jate. And as you can tell, Ni nu jorhaa'i mando'a jate.
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    Oct 11, 2008, 3:54 PM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #3

    Vor entye vod megs ori'jate. Mhi gaan tihaar!!

    Tion'ad hukaat'kama?
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    Oct 11, 2008, 5:00 PM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #4

    Ni briikase at gaa'taylir. Bic ori'jate joha. Ner vodes hukaat'kama bal bic jate at urcir gar.
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    Oct 11, 2008, 5:15 PM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #5

    n'o hah'blah espa'no'l
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    Oct 11, 2008, 5:23 PM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #6

    Haha, me neither.
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    Oct 13, 2008, 11:07 PM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #7

    Is there a thread to practice Mando'a?
    I think it would be usefull for the ones interested into learn the language.
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    Oct 14, 2008, 2:19 AM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #8

    Yeah, there is...and it would be. Here's the link: http://mercs.firespray.net/main/

    This kind of stuff is embraced there!
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    Oct 14, 2008, 2:56 AM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #9

    based on Kar'buir's (Karen Traviss) spreadsheet available from www.karentraviss.com I've created a mini dictionary lookup. You can download it HERE

    There's about 1500 entries in there

    I did paste this into another thread a while back. Search is your friend
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    Oct 14, 2008, 1:50 PM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #10

    Handy little app you made there. Quite useful.
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    Oct 26, 2008, 5:20 PM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #11

    Well, Kar'buir has updated her spreadsheet of Mandoa, so I'm updating the translator

    The updated version is HERE, if anyone wants it
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    Oct 27, 2008, 11:01 AM - Mando'a Lessons #12

    I was told by Asok via PM that many on here do not know/speak/write Mando'a (The language of the Mando'ade) so I figured I could help give people the appropriate tools so they can learn it and start using it whilst in custom or while around friends just to perturb them.
    XD

    I have done a lot of tutorial pages for the game I have been playing so I am going to treat this in the same manner and do it jokingly yet serious.

    Hope you all enjoy! XD
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    Oct 27, 2008, 11:09 AM - Re: Mando'a Lessons #13

    Some basics:

    Su'cuy: Is a greeting or Hello.
    Ner vod: My brother.
    Osik: Is poodoo.
    Mir'osik: Poodoo for brains
    Di'kut: Severe insult of anothers intelligence.
    Beskar'gam: Armor.
    Buy'ce: Helmet, pint, or bucket.
    Mando'ade: A Mandalorian.
    Mand'alor: Mandalor.
    Hu'tuun: Worst possible Mando'ade insult "coward".
    Te: The (not used frequently).
    Eyn: A/an (not used frequently).
    -la: Turns a noun into an adjective ie. (di'kutla is idiotic).
    -yn: Same as -la.
    -shy'a: Is a superlative which just means it makes the adjective stronger.
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    Oct 27, 2008, 11:14 AM - Re: Mando'a Lessons #14

    Here is another list that I got off of Wookieepedia (www.wookieepedia.com):


    Verbs
     Atiniir (ah-teen-EER) - to endure, to stick with, to tough it out
     Baatir (BAH-teer) - to care, to worry about
     Beten - to sigh
     Brokar - to beat (heartbeat, drumbeat)
     Cuyir - to be, to exist
     Dinuir (DEE-noo-eer) - to Give
     Duraanir - to look down upon, to hold in contempt, to despise
     Duumir - to allow
     Ganar -to have
     Hettir - to burn
     Hibirar - to learn
     Hukaatir (HOO-kaht-EER) - to protect, to cover, to shield
     Jorso'ran - shall bear (archaic)
     Jurir - to bear, to carry
     Jorhaa'ir - to speak
     Jurkadir - to mess with someone (lit: to brandish a saber)
     Kar'taylir - to know
     Liser - to be able to, can
     Motir - to stand
     Narir (nah-REER) - to act (carry out), to do
     Nartir (nah-ree-TEER) - to place, to put
     Nau'ur (also: sometimes seen as naur) (now-00R) - to light up
     Nau'ur kad - to forge a saber
     Nynir - to hit, to strike
     Parjir - to win, to be victorious
     Shabiir - to screw up
     Shukur - to break, to smash/tear apart, to crush
     Solus - each, individual, alone
     Susulur - to hear, to listen
     Takisir - to insult
     Trattok'o - fall, fail
     Udesiir - to relax, to rest, to be peaceful
     Verborir - to buy, to hire, to contract
     Vorer - to accept
    Adjectives & Adverbs
     A'denla - vengeful
     Adenn - merciless
     Ani'la - ultimate
     Aruetyc (ah-roo-ay-TEESH) - traitorous
     Atin (ah-TEEN) - stubborn
     Briikase - happy
     Dar (dahr) - no longer
     Darasuum - eternal/eternally, forever
     Di'kutla - foolish, idiotic (severe)
     Draar (drahr) - never
     Dral - bright
     Dralshy'a (drahl-SHEE-ya) - stronger, more powerful
     Ge'tal - red
     Hettyc - burning
     Hut'uunla (hoo-OON-lah) - cowardly
     Iviin'yc - fast, quickly
     Jatne (JAT-nay) - best
     Kandosii - indomitable, noble, ruthless
     Mirdala - clever
     Nau - before
     Ne'tra - black
     Ori (OH-ree) - big, extreme, very
     Racin - pale
     Shabla - modifier used for emphasis, comparable to "****ing" (severe)
     Shukla - crushed
     Sol'yc - first
     Talyc - bloody (can be used to describe meat as "rare")
     Teroch - pitiless
     Tome - together
     Tracyn'la - grilled, chargrilled, scorched
     Troch - certainly
     Ures - without
     Solus - one, alone, each, individual, vulnerable
     Usen'ye - rudest way to tell someone to go away (same root as osik)
    Nouns
     Abesh - east
     Abiik - air
     A'den - wrath, rage
     Adu - sons (archaic)
     Ad - son, daughter, child
     Ad'ika - kid, lad, boy, sweetie, darling
     Aka (AH-kah) mission
     Akaan - war
     Akaan'ade (AH-kahn-AH-day) army
     Aliit (ah-LEET) - family, clan
     Aruetii (ah-roo-AY-tee) - traitor, outsider, comparable to "them"
     Aruetiise (ah-roo-ay-TEE-say) - Aruetii, plural
     Ba'buir - grandfather
     Ba'vodu - uncle
     Beroya (bair-OY-ah) bounty hunter
     Beskar - Mandalorian iron
     Beskar'gam - armor (literally "iron skin")
     Bes'uliik - Basilisk (literally "iron beast")
     Behot - a citrus-flavored herb, antiseptic, and mild stimulant
     Birgaan - backpack
     Buir (boo-EER) - father
     Burc'ya (BOOR-sha) - friend
     Buy'ce (BOO-shay, s.); buy'cese (pl.) - helmet; colloquial: pint, bucket
     Ca - night
     Chakaar - thief, petty criminal, scumbag, *****, bastard, bugger, (lit: "grave robber")
     Chig (CHEEG) - any kind of hot drink, an infusion
     Coruscanta - Coruscant
     Cyar'tomade - fans, a group of people with affection for something
     Darasuum (dah-RAH-soom) - eternity
     Dar'buir (DAHR boo-EER) - no longer a father (very shameful)
     Dar'manda (dahr-MAHN-da) - a state of being "not Mandalorian"; not an outsider, but one who has lost his heritage, and so his identity and soul
     Dar'jetii - no longer a Jedi (Sith, dark Jedi)
     Dar'yaim - a hell, a place you want to forget
     Dha (dah) - Dark
     Di'kut (dee-KOOT) - a foolish, idiotic, useless individual (severe); context-dependent: can mean ********, ******, *******, jerk, moron, idiot, etc.
     Droten (DROH-ten) - people, public.
     Entye (ENT-yay} - debt
     Gal - ale
     Gayi'kaab - radio
     Gayiyli - resurrector
     Gett - nut
     Ge'verd (ge-VAIRD) - almost a warrior
     Gihaal (gee-HAAL) - fish-meal
     Gra'tua (gra-TOO-ah) - revenge, vengeance
     Hut'uun (hoo-TOON) - coward
     Ib'tuur - today (lit: "this day")
     Jai'galaar - shriek-hawk
     Jetii (Jay-tee) - (the) Jedi
     Jetiise - (the) Republic, plural "Jedi"
     Ka'ra - stars
     Ka'rta - heart
     Kad - saber
     Kad'au (kahd-OW) - lightsaber
     Kama - backside, back, belt-spat
     Kaminiise - Kaminoans
     Ke'gyce - command, order
     Kom'rk - gauntlet
     Kando (KAHN-do) - importance, weight
     Kot - strength
     Kote - glory, might
     Kyr'am - death
     Mand'alor - Mandalore
     Manda'yaim - Mandalore
     Mando'ad - Mandalorian (lit: Son/Daughter/Child of Mandalore)
     Mirshe - brain, brains
     Mirsh - brain cell
     Ne'tra gal - black ale
     Or'dinii - complete lunatic
     Osik - equivalent of "poodoo"
     Parjai - victory
     Prudii - shadow
     Rang - ash
     Runi - soul
     Shebs (shebs, s.); shebse (SHEB-say, pl.) - backside, rear, ***
     Siit - Sith
     Shuk'om - Crushgaunt
     Tal - blood
     Tar - starfield, space, star, sky
     Tat - brother (Concord Dawn dialect for vod)
     Taungsarang - the ash of the Taung
     Tihaar (TEE-har) - an alcoholic drink; a strong, clear spirit made from fruit
     Tor - justice
     Tracinya - flame
     Tracyn - fire
     Troan - face
     Tsad - alliance, group, organization
     Tuur - day
     Uj'alayi (OOH-jah-LIE-ee) - a very dense, very sweet cake made from crushed nuts, dried fruit and spices, and then soaked in a sticky scented syrup called uj'jayl. Colloquially known as an Uj cake.
     Uj'Jayl (ooh-JAI-ul) - a sticky scented syrup
     Ven - future
     Verd - warrior
     Vhett - farmer
     Vod (VOHD) - brother, sister, comrade
     Vode (VOH-day) - brothers, sisters, comrades
     Vod'ika - little brother, little sister
     Vongese - Yuuzhan Vong or just Vong
     Werda - shadows (archaic)
    Phrases
     Aliit ori'shya taldin - "Family is more than blood." Mandalorian Proverb.
     Ba'slan shev'la. - Strategic disappearance. Mandalorian Phrase.
     Copaani gaan? - Need a hand?
     "Gar aruetyc jetiise lise nau'ur ca ti jetii'kade, a'a'denla Siite hibira atiniir darasuum." - "You traitorous Jedi can light up the night with your lightsabers, but the vengeful Sith learn to endure forever."
     Gedet'ye - please
     K'atini - Suck it up!
     Kandosii! - "Awesome!"
     Ke'pare, ke baslana meh mhi Kyrayc - "Stand by, (and) get out if we don't make it."
     Ke'pare - "Stand by"
     Udesii - "calm down", "take it easy"
     Su'cuy! - a friendly greeting (lit: "still live," i.e. "so you're still alive.")
     Re'turcye mhi! - goodbye, equivalent to the French au revoir
     Ret'ini - Just in case
     Cuy'val Dar - "Those who no longer exist"
     Vor'e (VOHR-ay.) - thanks, short form of vor entye
     Vor entye - thank you (lit: "I accept your debt")
     Mir'osik - something undesirable where your brains ought to be, i.e. "**** for brains"
     Wayii, ni mirdala dalal'ika! - "Golly gosh, what a jolly clever girl I am!"
     Haili cetare (HI-lee ket-AH-ray) - Eat up, equivalent to the French Bon appetit
     Mar'e (MAH-ray) - expression of relief colloquial: "At last!"
     Ke'sush (Keh-SOOSH) - "Atten-shun!", the good old army command
     Verd ori'shya beskar'gam. - "A warrior is more than (his) armor" (Mandalorian proverb)
     Ner vod (nair vohd) - "my brother/sister" colloquial: "(my) buddy/pal/lad/chap"
     Duraani, burc'ya? - "Are you looking at me funny, pal?" (colloquial)
     Usenye (oo-SEN-yay) - "Go away!"
     Tion'ad hukaat'kama? (Tee-ON-ahd HOO-kaht-KA-ma) - "Who's watching your back?"
     Ori'jate - "Very good"
     Mirsh'kyramud (MEERSH-keer'AH-mood) - boring person (lit: "brain killer")
     Ke nu jurkad sha Mando'ade, burc'ya! - "Don't mess with Mandos, mate!" (lit: "Don't wave your saber at Mandolorians, mate!" )
     Ke nu jurkad ti Mando'ade, burc'ya! - "Don't cross swords with Mandos, mate!"
     Nu jurkad Mando'ade, burc'ya! - a reassurance, comparable to "Steady, mate"
     N'jurkad - "Don't mess with me"
     Tsad droten - Republic, democracy, even government; context-dependent (lit: "people's organization")
     Ib'tuur jatne tuur ash'ad kyr'amur. - "Today is a good day for some other bugger to die." (lit: "This day (is) the best (for) another person to die.")
     Ke narir haar'ke'gyce rol'eta resol! - "Execute Order 66!" (not a Mando'a saying)
     Ni kar'tayli gar darasuum (nee kar-TILE garh dah-RAH-soom) - colloquial: "I love you."
     Mirdala Mird'ika! - "Clever Mird!" (spoken to Walon Vau's pet Strill, Lord Mirdalan)
     Haat, Ijaa, Haa'it - Truth, Honor, Vision—said when sealing a pact
     Hukaat'kama (hu-KAHT-ka-MAH) - Watch my back, watch my six
     K'uur - Hush, Be quiet
     Nar dralshy'a - Try harder
     Gar ru kaymaru kaysh, di'kut: tion'meh kaysh ru jehaati? You killed him, you moron: what if he was lying? (Said by Kal Skirata to Walon Vau in Star Wars Republic Commando: Triple Zero)
     Ni ru kaymaru Niktose. Meh Orjul jehaati, kay kar'tayli me'ni ven kaymaru kaysh I killed the Nikto. If Orjul's lying, he knows I killed him. (Walon Vau to Kal Skirata)
     Ke barjurir gar'ade, jagyc'ade kot'la a dalyc'ade kotla'shya. - "Train your sons to be strong but your daughters to be stronger." Mandalorian saying.
     N 'oya 'kari gihaal, Buir. (Noy-ah KAR-ee gee-HAAL, boo-EER) - I've been hunting fish-meal, Father.
     Kom'rk tsad droten troch nyn ures adenn, Dha Werda Verda a'den tratu. - They were the wrath of the warrior's shadow and the Gauntlet of the Republic (A line Mandalorian war song adapted for the Republic Commandos).
     Nu kyr'adyc, shi taab'echaaj'la - "Not gone, merely marching far away" (Mandalorian phrase for the departed)
     Mishuk gotal'u meshuroke, pako kyore. - Pressure makes gems, ease makes decay. Mandalorian Proverb.
     Ori'buyce, kih'kovid. - "All helmet, no head." (Mandalorian insult for someone with an overdeveloped sense of authority.)
    Other words
     A - but
     An - all
     Ashi - other
     Ast - itself
     Bal - and
     Bah - to
     Be - of
     Cuun (koon) - our
     Kaysh (kaysh) - him, his
     Ke - imperative prefix
     Ke nu - "Don't" prefix
     Kyr' am (kee-RAHM) - death
     Lo (loh) - into
     Elek (EL-eck) - yes (colloquial: lek, comparable to "yeah")
     Gar - you, your
     Haar - emphatic definite article (rare)
     Ibic - this
     Jate - good
     Jatne - best
     Juaan - beside
     Meg (mayg) - which, that
     Meh (mey) - if
     Mhi (mee) - we
     Nayc (NAYSH) - no (colloquial: shh, comparable to "nah")
     Ner (nair) - my
     Ni - I
     Par - for
     Sa - as, like
     Sha or shal - at (when used in front of a consonant)
     Te - the
     Teh - from
     Ti - with
     Tion - interrogative prefix, equivalent to the French "Est-ce que"
     Tion'ad - who, interrogative
     Vaii - where
     Val - they, their, theirs
     Ven - future prefix
    Numbers
     Solus (SOH-loos) - one
     Tad (tahd) - two
     Ehn (ayhn) - three
     Cuir (KOO-eer) - four
     Rayshe'a (ray-SHEE-ah) - five
     Resol (reh-SOL) - six
     E'tad (EH-tad) - seven
     Sh'ehn (shayn) - eight
     She'cu (SHAY-koo) - nine
     Ta'raysh (ta-RAYSH) - ten
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    Oct 27, 2008, 11:15 AM - Re: Mando'a Lessons #15

    If anyone wants a dictionary type list of all the words in Mando'a just PM me and let me know your email address and I will send it to you.
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    Oct 27, 2008, 11:15 AM - Re: Mando'a Lessons #16

    Isn't there a full dictionary on Karen Traviss' website?
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    Oct 27, 2008, 11:22 AM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #17

    Snickies I just posted one of these LMAO HAHAHA
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    Oct 27, 2008, 11:23 AM - Re: Mando'a Lessons #18

    Yessir XD
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    Oct 27, 2008, 11:24 AM - Re: Mando'a Lessons #19

    *is obviously confused LMAO*
    Last edited by Durak Mandalo; Oct 27, 2008 at 11:35 AM.
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    Oct 27, 2008, 11:35 AM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #20

    I put the 2 Mondo language threads togother.
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    Oct 27, 2008, 11:37 AM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #21

    OH LMAO HAHAHAHA

    Thats why I was confused, LMAO I looked for my thread and thought that I had posted it here.


    Thanks Asok
  22. Oct 27, 2008, 12:17 PM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #22

    new to here, so thanks for posting the dictionaries. Now I may be able to understanding what i'm reading!!
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    Oct 27, 2008, 2:16 PM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #23

    I was getting confused then lol I was going to say I've just posted the link to a translator and said that Karen Traviss has the full spreadsheet of every word she's created so far lol

    At least that's been explained now lol
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    Dec 18, 2009, 7:19 PM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #24

    Here's a link to a site that actually translates what you type in. Not all words work, and it works better if you only put in one word at a time, but it's still a good translator. Here's the link: http://www.tc.umn.edu/~joela/mrk/mando.html
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    Dec 18, 2009, 10:25 PM - Re: Mando'a Dictionary #25

    vod

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