În morţii voştri de hoţi cu pretenţii de lorzi

18:01 May 1, 2011
Romanian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Slang / In mortii vostri de hoti
Romanian term or phrase: În morţii voştri de hoţi cu pretenţii de lorzi
The term is taken from B.U.G. Mafia's song "Bag pula-n lume si v-o fac cadou" http://www.versuri.ro/versuri/efhedm_b u g mafia bag p a lum...
"În morţii voştri de hoţi cu pretenţii de lorzi, // Genocid cu altă faţă, să vă văd pe toţi morţi
Acum!"
I don't understand why it starts with "in" - is a verb understood here? (such as "baga" or "dati-va-n mortii vostri"?) A friend has suggested "in your deaths (curse) you thieves", but this seems a literal little.
margaretha9


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3 +1fuck your dead ones
Adela Porumbel


  

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1 hr   confidence: Answerer confidence 3/5Answerer confidence 3/5 peer agreement (net): +1
fuck your dead ones


Explanation:
fuck your dead ones, you thieves... but it's also a literal translation.

As in English with phrases such as "go fuck yourself," Romanian has many common (and sometimes lengthy) vulgar interjections.

futu-ţi morţii tăi: literally "fuck your dead relatives" it is a common profanity in Romania although some people may consider it a blasphemy as it means disrespect for the dead.


    Reference: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Glossary_of_Romanian_...
Adela Porumbel
Romania
Local time: 18:05
Native speaker of: Native in RomanianRomanian

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agree  Lake78: Yes, ther verb is understood here, the full sentence would be "[bag p.] in mortii vostri de hoti cu pretentii de lorzi" translated literally "[I'll sink my dick] in your dead relatives...".
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