en sang van hemelskare ruis soet oor Betlehem

15:29 Oct 6, 2004
Afrikaans to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature / hymn
Afrikaans term or phrase: en sang van hemelskare ruis soet oor Betlehem
Afrikaans words: Spitskop, dwarrelwindjie, tiekie-draai, stoep and loer, bangbroek, en sang van hemelskareruis soet oor Betlehem, Kokkedoore, kleurlinge, vervloekte, bakkie, korrels, skoffel
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5and the songs of angels...
babbelbekkie
5..and sang ..
Kathinka van de Griendt


  

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..and sang ..


Explanation:
"...and sang of hosts of angels singing sweetly over Bethlehem".


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Note added at 47 mins (2004-10-06 16:16:20 GMT)
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\"tiekie-draai\" is a dance, \"bangbroek\" a coward, \"kleurlinge\" are Colourds, \"vervloekte\" is damned, \"bakkie\" is a pick-up truck, \"korrels\" are pebbles, \"skoffel\" is to jive to music.

Kathinka van de Griendt
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and the songs of angels...


Explanation:
"sang" is songs, i.e. the noun, not "sang" as a past-tense verb. Songs of angels rose over Betlehem.

babbelbekkie
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