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Burmese translation: Myanmar naingngan go kyozo ba deh

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English term or phrase:Welcome to Myanmar
Burmese translation:Myanmar naingngan go kyozo ba deh
Entered by: Than Than Win
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06:15 Nov 9, 2003
English to Burmese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Welcome to Myanmar
simple greeting
Deanna
Myanmar naingngan go kyozo ba deh
Explanation:
naingngan = country
go = to
kyozo = welcome (sounds like jozo)
ba = politeness particle
deh = positive statement ending
The above statement is in colloquial Burmese. In literary style, it would be "Myanmar naingngan tho kyozo ba i"
tho = to (literary style)
i = positive statement ending (literary style)
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Local time: 16:48
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Myanmar naingngan go kyozo ba deh


Explanation:
naingngan = country
go = to
kyozo = welcome (sounds like jozo)
ba = politeness particle
deh = positive statement ending
The above statement is in colloquial Burmese. In literary style, it would be "Myanmar naingngan tho kyozo ba i"
tho = to (literary style)
i = positive statement ending (literary style)

Than Than Win
Local time: 16:48
Native speaker of: Native in BurmeseBurmese
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