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June 2009

Lord's Prayer into Amharic

I am trying to locate a translation of the Lord's Prayer into Amharic for friends who are adopting a baby from Ethiopia. Thank you!

http://www.archive.org/stream/ourlordsprayerin00londiala#page/n21/mode/2upmsh210 16:47, 18 June 2009 (UTC)

need English to Hawaiian translation

I have three English phrases I would like translated into Hawaiian. They are: Proctector of the King, 2) Royal Choice and House of Acceptance. Please any help would be appreciated. I lived in Hawaiia for several years and as anyone will tell you once you live there the sperit of the islands are always with you. Mahola, Dr Johnny Simmons

Stuff I heard on Naruto and need translated... plz help! thx!

Hi! here's some stuff I heard on Naruto and was able to link to the subtitles. If anything is wrong, plz tell me and let me know the real translation.

I only used my ears, so I'll type how I heard it, just to give you an idea.

Ossandadoh (doh as in Homer Simpson's doh! and da as in dice) - old man / old timer ? i know its pejorative though, I figured that much.

おっさんだどー, ossan dadō ― that is/this is/I'm a middle-aged man (with a rural or crude accent).

Sassandene - dodgy looking, rustic. the context is that they were looking at a sort of ghost town and they commented that i looked a little sassandene lol

すさんでる, susanderu ― desolate (land, place, etc.)

Shawshee - Photograph ? (写真, shashin, photograph)

Satetoh - very well, as in oh well i guess this is where u die, that was the context where i heard it lol xD

さてと, sateto ― well, now (same as さて sate [1])

Meeteh (eh like the sound ai in air) - look, as in Look! over there! (見て, mite, look)

Mareemeeteh (Ma as in mine) - look around you (just guessing: まわりを見て, mawari o mite, look around you.)

komeenossai (ai as in pie) - (I'm) sorry (ごめんなさい, gomen nasai, I’m sorry...it is very, very hard to figure out your spellings...these few were all I could guess. —Stephen 10:31, 22 June 2009 (UTC))

achassoh (the A's as in pie again and the oh like Homer's doh! yet again) - you don't say... / interesting... the guy said it in a sneaky way.

I hope my explanations are useful in this translation, if not I'm sorry for not making myself clear enough, but it's difficult to explain the context of these things sometimes. Thanks to whoever decides to help me! :D

translate You and no other in to arobic,hebrew and persian

im wanting to get a tattoo of You and no other and was wondering if tyou could please if you can help with the translation in to arabic hebrew and persion please thanks

In Arabic I would write لك وليس غيرها. Since it's a permanent tattoo, you should verify it with a native speaker or two before applying it. —Stephen 22:52, 22 June 2009 (UTC)
In Hebrew, רק אתה if the referent of "you" is male (or masculine, if a thing) and רק את if female (feminine), both assuming no context or that the referent of "you" is the subject of a sentence or the like. If the referent of "you" is an object then רק אותך (masculine or feminine). In all cases, Stephen's caveat about Arabic applies here, too.msh210 17:13, 23 June 2009 (UTC)

translation to arabic

could u also translate im my heart there will always be a place for you. For all my life I'll keep a part of you with me ,


and in a sepret scentance I am forever yours, and I will love you for even longer

into arabic for me if you can thankyou so much for your help before much appreciated

Bump. I will attempt the first sentence (in my heart there will always be a place for you): في قلبي سيكون هناك دائماً مكان لك- fi qalbi sayakuun hunaak daa'iman makaan laka (to male) / laki (to female) Please write in proper English, so that people wouldn't have to translate your English into English first :) Warning: It's only my attempt and I am not a native speaker! Anatoli 05:33, 6 July 2009 (UTC)

english to tamil paragraph translation

Abnormal/Irregular Bleeding

A normal menstrual period lasts from 2 to 7 days. The normal cycle patterns can range from 21 to 35 days. When bleeding occurs that is not part of the regular cycle; periods are longer or heavier than normal; occurs between periods; time between periods is longer than normal; or there is an absence of periods, this is called abnormal or irregular uterine bleeding. There are various causes of abnormal bleeding, but the most common is a hormone imbalance. At both ends of the menstrual life of a woman, periods may be irregular. Reasons for abnormal periods can be both normal and abnormal. The most normal reason is pregnancy. Hormone imbalance (not enough or too much of certain hormones) can also be a common reason. This can occur as a result of weight loss or gain; heavy exercise; stress; illness; or certain medications. The most common result of a hormone imbalance is loss of ovulation. If this occurs over a long period of time, a condition called endometrial hyperplasia can occur. Endometrial hyperplasia is the result of constant estrogen bombardment of the endometrium (the lining of the uterus shed every month with your period). Untreated, endometrial hyperplasia (when the lining of the uterus becomes too thick) can sometimes turn into cancer. There are many reasons for abnormal/irregular periods. The chart below will list the most common reasons, their cause, other symptoms that may occur, diagnostic methods and treatment options. Remember, this is not a replacement for the advice of your care giver, but rather information to help you become aware of your body.


Irregular/Abnormal Bleeding CONDITION CAUSE OTHER SYMPTOMS DIAGNOSIS TREATMENT OPTIONS Polycystic ovary disease (syndrome) No ovulation Irregular bleeding, irregular periods, infertility, acne , excessive hair growth Made with examination and lab tests to check hormone levels Birth control pills, progesterone supplementation every three months; infertility drugs when pregnancy desired Pregnancy Can be normal; as a result of miscarriage or ectopic (tubal) pregnancy May have right or left lower abdominal pain; cramping Pregnancy test, sonogram If normal – observe; miscarriage may need a D&C; ectopic is a medical emergency and needs IMMEDIATE Surgery Infections of the uterus or cervix Some Sexually transmitted diseases Pain with period, foul smelling discharge, greenish to green-yellow discharge Exam, cultures, other specific blood test Appropriate for the STD IUD Irritation of the lining of the uterus. The uterus can’t stop bleeding after a period Cramping, heavy clotting If periods were normal before the IUD was placed, you may need to have it removed. If they return to normal after removal, the IUD was the cause Remove the IUD Birth Control Pills Missed pills, newly starting the pill, improper hormone mixture for YOUR body Brown staining to bright red bleeding in the middle of the cycle; heavy to no periods Missed pills are obvious; your doctor can make the diagnosis based on the description of what your periods are like compared to before starting the pill Wait for 2-3 months after starting a new pill; change pills Uterine fibroids Growths of smooth muscle non-cancerous tumors in the uterine muscle. These are more common in black women, but are not uncommon in white women. They are very uncommon in Oriental women Heavy periods, bleeding between cycles, problems with kidneys, increasing abdominal girth, pressure feelings in the lower abdomen, infertility Exam, sonogram, possibly MRI Dependant on the size and symptoms a myomectomy, rather than a hysterectomy, can be done. This removes the fibroids and rebuilds the uterus Blood clotting problems Von Willebrand’s Disease, Factor abnormalities, hemophilia Heavy periods; long periods lasting more than 10 days; clotting Exam, family history, appropriate blood test Treatment based on the disease Cancer of the uterus, cervix or vagina Cancer can cause abnormal bleeding cause normal tissues are not present Heavy bleeding, bleeding with intercourse, bleeding between periods Exam, biopsy, D&C, other testing specific for the cancer looked for Surgery specific to the cancer found Genetic abnormality in anatomy Abnormal development of the organs No periods, heavy periods Exam, sonogram, hysterosalpingogram (putting dye in the uterus to look at the anatomy of the uterus and tubes) Surgery if needed to nothing ©1997: MJ Bovo All rights reserved. Permission required to reprint chart.

If any of the above symptoms trouble you or appear to be what you are experiencing, please consult your doctor as soon as possible.


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Pronunciation

Since I have trouble requesting a pronunciation, I'll ask it here. How do you pronounce longevity and carapace? A hint on how to request those pronunciation would also be appreciated. Thanks User:Mallerd (Zeg et es meisje) 21:01, 27 June 2009 (UTC)

To request a pronunciation, put {{rfp}} in the pronunciation section. carapace is /ˈker.əˌpeɪs/ or /ˈkæ.rəˌpeɪs/. longevity is /lɔŋˈdʒe.və.ti/. —Stephen 03:21, 29 June 2009 (UTC)

help me with my tattoo please!

i need someone to translate "lord (or god) give me clarity" in latin please. i need it as accurate as possible.

thank you.

English to Sanskrit

I was wondering if I could have the following phrases converted to Sanskrit

"This too shall pass" "Truth is my Light" "All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think, we become."


Thanks so much!

That which hurts us only makes us stronger

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