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Anonymous
February 5, 2019

Translation for "You're welcome"

Could anybody give me a direction to go in for translating the question title? I've tried several different ways of wording it and none of them have worked.

Help is much appreciated.

Category: Translation


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Liis
Moderator
February 5, 2019
I would suggest Nii (los) nid =(it's nothing).

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Zinrahzul
February 5, 2019

One suggestion is the "Chick Fil-A" method - "My pleasure" :

"Het los hin kip" (here is your food)

"Kogaan, fahdon" (blessings/thank you, friend)

"Frini" or "Dii frin" (my eagerness)

"Laani" or "Dii laan" (my want - what I wanted)

"Smoliini" or "Dii smoliin" (my passion)

 

Another use for "you're welcome" is "Friend, you're welcome here."

"Fahdon, hin bo het los pruzah" (Friend, your coming here is good - close to the meaning of "welcome")

"Hin kos het pruzah" (Your presence here is good)

"Kosiil pruzah" (Your presence is good)

"Hi laanaan" (You're wanted)

"Hi ni volaan" (You're not an intruder)