What's The Use Of Feeling Blue (Other translation)

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Hwhna snnwwk hnnw hcia ip pnnzspne Besiha

Snna snhezs lthe snaha hnh beh hnaha?
Snnww rs lthe nnnwn kww hnaha hnnww rswinw nwoha lthe pnnzs hnase lthe rs?
Fvn hnase nw, snnwwk hnnw hcia ip pnnzspne... Besiha?
Snna snhezs lthe snanw hnh nnhzsht hnah kihsonchn hnnww rwiansanr hnah?
Snna rswwh hch hnah kiezst hwhh?
Oh, hnase nw, snnwwk hnnw hcia ip pnnzspne, Besiha?
Fvn funa hna f hcia; hnnwa cfvn ii fvn pkihna f snah.
F Kwhceninw hna f hcia; kin cfvn hnase lthe snnww khn piu.
Fvn Fifhna hnahhplpa; f Zsaiii hnahhalhhk!
Snnwnwi hnnwin Riwihnu snnwi hnnww vnaa hnnwi, Besiha?
Lthennw iihn hnh zsaanu Besiha!
Lta, ip cihcnia sna kwkzss zshhn hnah...
Fvn snaha fzsnwak hnniirsiii ip hnah...
Beehn vnhn hnnwnwi vnhaikvnn sna cfvn rs, ks hnase nw...
Snnwwk hnnw hcia ip pnnzspne?
Snnwwk hnnw hcia ip pnnzspne?
Snnwwk hnnw hcia ip pnnzspne, Behisa?
Oh, hnhn cfvn lthe kwfvn hnh bea hnah snpai khn fess?
(Ceaahs: hnah snpai khn fess!)
Rnsakvnn kvn fess hnnii uniunhn...
Submitted by Besiha ceaahs on Mon, 30/01/2017 - 01:32
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What's The Use Of Feeling Blue

Geheiligt    Mon, 06/02/2017 - 00:17

What language is this?

Besiha ceaahs    Sun, 12/02/2017 - 12:53

Hwhna Regular smile (I don't know what is named in English.)

Sciera    Sun, 12/02/2017 - 13:36

Thanks for the info. Where is this language spoken?

If we have several texts in it we maybe can give it a category.

Besiha ceaahs    Sun, 12/02/2017 - 14:00

I'm happy to give information, though I have to apologise of my English. I speak Hwhna with my parents, we spoke it when we lived in Slovakia but it seemed to not be spoke a lot when we were there. But a lot of people form the towns spoke it to each others. My parents say they grew up speaking it but do not know where it came from.

Sciera    Sun, 12/02/2017 - 16:51

Thanks. And your English is fine, really.
Huh, I don't find much online which would help identify this, and it doesn't look like any language I've seen before. How to even pronounce words like "nnhzsht"?

According to Wikipedia, in Slovakia also Hungarian and Rusyn dialects are spoken.
Is it related to one of those languages?
Also, is it normally written in Latin or Cyrillic letters, and how is its name spelled in Cyrillic?

Besiha ceaahs    Mon, 13/02/2017 - 00:16

I am not too sure where it comes from. All I know is my family's and our friends spoke it. Sorry I could not be helpful. You pronounce "nnhzsht" as neh-zert

zsaiii    Wed, 12/12/2018 - 23:45

I can give more accurate translation

Sciera    Thu, 13/12/2018 - 18:38

Well, then please click on add new translation and provide it ^^