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Andrea Torre  Identity Verified
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Nov 27, 2003

Boldog Újévet
CHÚC MÙNG NAM MÓI
Bilan Nua fe mhaise
Szczesliwego Nowego Roku
Selemat tahun baru
Gott Nytt Är


Which means Happy New Year !!

Thanks a lot !!
Andrea


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Palko Agi  Identity Verified
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The first is Hungarian Nov 27, 2003

Andrea Torre wrote:

Boldog Újévet
CHÚC MÙNG NAM MÓI
Bilan Nua fe mhaise
Szczesliwego Nowego Roku
Selemat tahun baru
Gott Nytt Är



Though it should be "Boldog új évet!" or "Boldog új évet kívánok!"

The forth is probably Polish, is it, colleagues?
Which means Happy New Year !!

Thanks a lot !!
Andrea


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Andrzej Lejman  Identity Verified
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See below: Nov 27, 2003

Andrea Torre wrote:

Boldog Újévet - Hungarian
CHÚC MÙNG NAM MÓI
Bilan Nua fe mhaise
Szczesliwego Nowego Roku - Polish
Selemat tahun baru
Gott Nytt Är - Swedish


Which means Happy New Year !!

Thanks a lot !!
Andrea


As for the rest, someone other will have to help you
Regards
Andrzej


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dieter haake  Identity Verified
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which languages are these ... Nov 27, 2003

it's a mix of Polish, Swedish and ... (?)


didi


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Marcus Malabad  Identity Verified
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http://www.northpolesantaclaus.com/300_languages.htm Nov 27, 2003

CHÚC MÙNG NAM MÓI - Vietnamese
Bilan Nua fe mhaise - Gaelic
Selemat tahun baru - Malay


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Aisha Maniar  Identity Verified
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Languages.... Nov 27, 2003

Andrea Torre wrote:

Boldog Újévet
CHÚC MÙNG NAM MÓI
Bilan Nua fe mhaise
Szczesliwego Nowego Roku
Selemat tahun baru
Gott Nytt Är


Which means Happy New Year !!

Thanks a lot !!
Andrea


Hi Andrea,
"Selemat tahun baru" is used in both Malaysia and Indonesia, however there is a spelling mistake (at least I think there is!) as "selemat" is usually spelled "selAmat".

I also assume that "CHÚC MÙNG NAM MÓI" is Vietnamese as that is how it looks to me.

"Bilan Nua fe mhaise" kind of looks like Gaelic to me, but I'm only guessing from what it looks like.

I hope I've been some help anyway

Aisha


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Uldis Liepkalns  Identity Verified
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Language Identifier Nov 27, 2003

http://www.xrce.xerox.com/competencies/content-analysis/tools/guesser.en.html

Sometimes useful...

Sincerely- Uldis


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Alison Schwitzgebel
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Number 4 Nov 27, 2003

Andrea Torre wrote:


Szczesliwego Nowego Roku



is Polish.

HTH

Alison


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Rahi Moosavi  Identity Verified
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sAlAmat Nov 27, 2003

It\'s actually sAlAmat and it\'s an Arabic word used in many langugaes such as Farsi, Pashto, Turkish, ...


Aisha Maniar wrote:

Andrea Torre wrote:

Boldog Újévet
CHÚC MÙNG NAM MÓI
Bilan Nua fe mhaise
Szczesliwego Nowego Roku
Selemat tahun baru
Gott Nytt Är


Which means Happy New Year !!

Thanks a lot !!
Andrea


Hi Andrea,
\"Selemat tahun baru\" is used in both Malaysia and Indonesia, however there is a spelling mistake (at least I think there is!) as \"selemat\" is usually spelled \"selAmat\".

I also assume that \"CHÚC MÙNG NAM MÓI\" is Vietnamese as that is how it looks to me.

\"Bilan Nua fe mhaise\" kind of looks like Gaelic to me, but I\'m only guessing from what it looks like.

I hope I\'ve been some help anyway

Aisha


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uffe
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gott nytt år Nov 27, 2003

Gott nytt år is swedish for Happy new year.

The A shall have only one dot, not two.


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Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
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Gott Nytt År Nov 27, 2003

would be Swedish. Å is pronounced "aw" like in law.

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Uwe Kirmse  Identity Verified
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:-) Nov 27, 2003

Alison Riddell-Kachur wrote:
Andrea Torre wrote:
Szczesliwego Nowego Roku

Nr. 4is Polish.
HTH
Alison

Ah, ich sehe, mit deinem Polnisch geht es voran! Weiter so

(Sorry for writing German.)


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xxxIanW
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The Gaelic one should read ... Nov 27, 2003

The Gaelic one should read "Bliain Nua Fé Mhaise".

Hope this helps


Ian


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Ron Peek  Identity Verified
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Nr. 5. Indonesian Nov 27, 2003

I think that no. 5 is Indonesian.

In Dutch text on Google:

En toen was het nieuwjaar en wenste iedereen elkaar ‘selemat tahun baru’

('And then it was New year and everyone wished each other 'selemat tahun baru')

Andrea Torre wrote:

Boldog Újévet
CHÚC MÙNG NAM MÓI
Bilan Nua fe mhaise
Szczesliwego Nowego Roku
Selemat tahun baru
Gott Nytt Är


Which means Happy New Year !!

Thanks a lot !!
Andrea


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Csaba Ban  Identity Verified
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Hungarian etc Nov 27, 2003

1: Hungarian
2: Vietnamese
3: ?? (Albanian??)
4: Polish
5: Malaysian or Indonesian (they are almost the same)
6: Swedish

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oops, sorry, now I can see that all of these have been solved above. I missed the 3rd one, shame on me..

[Edited at 2003-11-27 20:48]

[Edited at 2003-11-28 00:07]


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