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08:38 Dec 29, 2010
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Serbian to Serbian translations [PRO]
Law (general) / birth certificate
Serbian term or phrase: pisanje imena
Molim pomoć. Imam izvod iz matične knjige sa Kipra koji je dvojezičan, grčki i engleski. Da li treba da uradim transliteraciju imena, jer piše na grčkom, pa na engleskom Christian. Dete treba da bude uvedeno u našu matičnu knjigu. Mislila sam da treba da ostavim ime kako je napisano na engleskom Christian, mada nisam sigurna, da li napisati Kristijan?
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Kristijan


Explanation:
Buduci da koristimo azbuku koja je fonetska - jedan glas - jedan znak, pisemo kao sto izgovaramo.

Na stranu sto su nasa sva dokumenta pisana cirilicom, u krstenici, pasosu isl. bi pisalo Цхристиан...

U pravosudnim i upravnim poslovima, to bi bilo izgovarano upravo onako kako je napisano.

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Note added at 4 hrs (2010-12-29 13:02:42 GMT)
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Eventualno je moguce prevesti kao KRISTIAN - bez J.

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Note added at 4 hrs (2010-12-29 13:05:40 GMT)
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Ne, pasos je pisan latinicnim pismom ali licna karta je cirilicna.

Dušan Janjić
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