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21:56 Sep 21, 2000
Romanian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Romanian term or phrase: Creo c\'eti di noi domine kotolnae......c\'edai protoshna.
please help me translate this it is bugging me, i think it's latin and starts i believe....any help would be most greatly appreciated, thank you so much
Brandi
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Summary of answers provided
naThis definitely is not Romanian, but a mixture of several languages, from which I identified:AngelaM
naPlease,check your message you wrote,because it's not written in RomanianDacia
naIt is NOT Romanian . It could be anything from Esperanto to Romanch (Switzerland )FLORINA


  

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2 hrs
It is NOT Romanian . It could be anything from Esperanto to Romanch (Switzerland )


Explanation:
I don't know if the first word is latin but if it was Italian , it would have been " Credo " in order to have the meaning " I believe " .

FLORINA
Local time: 08:22
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13 hrs
Please,check your message you wrote,because it's not written in Romanian


Explanation:
I would like to help but the initial message is not written in Romanian,sorry for this.


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Dacia
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3 days 5 hrs
This definitely is not Romanian, but a mixture of several languages, from which I identified:


Explanation:
creo - Spanish - I believe
di noi - Italian - about us
domine - Latin - God
kotolnae - probably a declination of the Slovak word kotolna=boiler

As about the other three words - in fact two, because the words that you wrote as "c\'eti" and "c\'edai" I believe to be two forms of the same word - I cannot say what they mean, if they mean anything, and what language they belong to, if they do belong to any language. Therefore, I am afraid that I cannot provide a translation or even guess what this phrase may mean, but it obviously has a religious topic, therefore it may be a prayer or, more likely, a curse.


    I cannot possibly imagine where you have found this text!
AngelaM
Local time: 10:22
PRO pts in pair: 4
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