Ferhad u Mecnun'a sala

17:19 Dec 11, 2020
Turkish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature
Turkish term or phrase: Ferhad u Mecnun'a sala
Hello, could anyone give a slight explanation about the sentence above? It has an English translation, but I'm not sure if the translator articulates their idea all that well. So hopefully, I can get a better idea of what this line means.

FYI, the English translation is: "My name is lover Galib, salam to Ferhad and Majnun."

This line is among romantic conversations between a couple, to put it in context. My biggest confusion would be the word 'salam'. Does that mean 'greetings' or something else? I would like to understand the cultural meaning of this phrase as well, if that is not too much to ask.

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Novian Cahyadi
Indonesia
Local time: 19:03


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5Greetings to Ferhat and Mecnun
Salih YILDIRIM


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Greetings to Ferhat and Mecnun


Explanation:
An ever - lasting love story experienced between 2 lovers Ferhat(Mr) and Mecnun (Ms) who lived in Amasya where Ferhat has digged the hşills of hard-rocks to make water way as a condition to have Mecnun, it was a sad story in Turkish literature.

Salih YILDIRIM
United States
Local time: 08:03
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