The true God named Jehovah promises to soon put an end to sickness and death!

Albanian translation: Zoti i vërtetë i quajtur Jehovah premton t’i japë fund së shpejti vuajtjes dhe vdekjes!

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English term or phrase:The true God named Jehovah promises to soon put an end to sickness and death!
Albanian translation:Zoti i vërtetë i quajtur Jehovah premton t’i japë fund së shpejti vuajtjes dhe vdekjes!
Entered by: Vjollca Martinson

02:24 Jan 3, 2004
English to Albanian translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Religion / Religion
English term or phrase: The true God named Jehovah promises to soon put an end to sickness and death!
This phrase is used to help Albanian people to learn more about the true God Jehovah and the promises He makes in His Word, the Bible.
Cathy
Zoti i vërtetë i quajtur Jehova premton t’i japë fund së shpejti vuajtjes dhe vdekjes!
Explanation:
I translated the word "sickness" as "suffering"—it sounds better this way. If you want to use the word sickness, you can use “sëmundjes” instead of “vuajtjes”.




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Note added at 2004-01-03 03:04:00 (GMT)
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Sorry, the name Jehovah remains the same, so it will be Jehovah.
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Vjollca Martinson
Local time: 22:13
Grading comment
Vjollca gave me a very nice translation and offered a suggestion where I can be flexible in using the phrase.
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5 +3Zoti i vërtetë i quajtur Jehova premton t’i japë fund së shpejti vuajtjes dhe vdekjes!
Vjollca Martinson


  

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Zoti i vërtetë i quajtur Jehova premton t’i japë fund së shpejti vuajtjes dhe vdekjes!


Explanation:
I translated the word "sickness" as "suffering"—it sounds better this way. If you want to use the word sickness, you can use “sëmundjes” instead of “vuajtjes”.




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Note added at 2004-01-03 03:04:00 (GMT)
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Sorry, the name Jehovah remains the same, so it will be Jehovah.

Vjollca Martinson
Local time: 22:13
Native speaker of: Native in AlbanianAlbanian
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Vjollca gave me a very nice translation and offered a suggestion where I can be flexible in using the phrase.

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agree  aneta_xh: I agree
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