Una Matika De Ruda (Transliteration)

  • Artist: Sephardic Folk
  • Also performed by: Yitzhak Isaac Levy, Rivka Raz, Owain Phyfe
  • Song: Una Matika De Ruda 6 translations
  • Translations: Croatian, English #1, #2, Serbian, Spanish, Transliteration

Una Matika De Ruda

Una matika de ruda
Una matika de flor,
Me la dio un mansiviko
Ke de mí se namoró.
"Ija mía, mi kerida,
No t'eches a perdisión.
Mas vale un mal marido,
Ke mijor de muevo amor".
"Mal marido, la mi madre,
No ay mas maldisión.
Muevo amor, la mi madre,
La mansana i el limón".
Submitted by phantasmagoriaphantasmagoria on Wed, 24/12/2014 - 03:43
Last edited by SaintMarkSaintMark on Thu, 13/10/2016 - 22:32
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וּנא מאתיכּא די רוּדא

וּנא מאתיכּא די רוּדא
וּנא מאתיכּא די פֿלור
מי לא דִיו וּנ מאנסִיִבֿיִכּו
קי די מי סִי נאמורו
ג׳אמיִא מי קירידא
נו טִעיגׄיסִ א פירדִיִסִיִון
מאסִ בֿאלי וּנ מאל מארידו
קי מי׳גור די מוּיבֿו אמור
מאל מארידו לא מי מאדרי
נו ייא מאסִ מאלדיסִיונ
מוּיבֿו אמור לא מי מאדרי
לא מאנסִאנא י יל לילונ
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  • Terminology: lit. (literally), lat. (latin term), pr. (pronunciation). @= a/o (for Spanish translations only, @ can be switched from a feminine or masculine perspective.
Submitted by phantasmagoriaphantasmagoria on Thu, 30/04/2015 - 05:22
Last edited by phantasmagoriaphantasmagoria on Tue, 05/05/2015 - 22:46
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phantasmagoriaphantasmagoria    Tue, 05/05/2015 - 22:46

I made a mistake writing it as 'מאנסִיִבֿיִכּו', thanks for correcting me.

As for ע, it can be used but you're right that it would be 'טִעגׄיסִ', with no 'e' in it.

Matika is one word, the Spanish word would be Racimo/Ramo or 'Grupo', if we're being specific. Matika can be defined as a cluster of ... (usually flowers), and or can mean a small bush or a young plant. But I did change it to from ' ' to 'מאתיכּא'.

Also I have several dictionaries, along with the usage of this site here that provides a keyboard for Ladino.

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