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English term or phrase:Welcome
Kurdish translation:be kher hati
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12:05 May 10, 2002
English to Kurdish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: welcome
how to say "welcome" in both Sorani and Kurmanci dialects of Kurdish?
Senthil Nathan
Kurmanci - "be kher hati" ; in Surani - "be kher beyit"
Explanation:
Greetings.

"Welcome" is translated into Kurdish as:

1. in Kurmanci - be kher hati
(latinized alphabet: be xer hati)

2. in Surani - Be kher beyit

Renditions of those terms into the paralel arabized alphabets of Kurdish (which most of the elder Kurdish populations understand vs. the newer latinized script) would involve a fee due to the detailed technical work involved for providing fonts, etc. (even for PDF).

HTH.

Regards from Los Angeles.

S. H. Franke
(English <-> Arabic,
Kurdish, and Farsi)
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United States
Local time: 21:06
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5Kurmanci - "be kher hati" ; in Surani - "be kher beyit"shfranke


  

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Kurmanci - "be kher hati" ; in Surani - "be kher beyit"


Explanation:
Greetings.

"Welcome" is translated into Kurdish as:

1. in Kurmanci - be kher hati
(latinized alphabet: be xer hati)

2. in Surani - Be kher beyit

Renditions of those terms into the paralel arabized alphabets of Kurdish (which most of the elder Kurdish populations understand vs. the newer latinized script) would involve a fee due to the detailed technical work involved for providing fonts, etc. (even for PDF).

HTH.

Regards from Los Angeles.

S. H. Franke
(English <-> Arabic,
Kurdish, and Farsi)



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shfranke
United States
Local time: 21:06
Native speaker of: English
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