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Mother (traduction en tchouktche)

  • Artiste : SilentRebel83
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Mother

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Publié par SilentRebel83SilentRebel83 Lun, 13/03/2017 - 23:30
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A simple collection of words rumbling in my head this morning while running through a scenic route.

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Ытԓьа

Инъын
Ы’ԓьыԓ
Кытыйгын
Нутэнут
Ӈэгны
Тиркытир
Майӈаӈӄагыргын
Aӈатԓыӈын 1
Йъиԓгын
Ԓыԓяԓгын
Mимыԓ
Выквыԓгын
Ытԓьа
 
  • 1. Literally "big star". Notwithstanding, the meaning is simply "star".
Merci !
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Publié par DarkJoshuaDarkJoshua Jeu, 02/11/2017 - 15:42
Dernière modification par DarkJoshuaDarkJoshua Sam, 19/10/2019 - 12:09
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The language is Chukchi, spoken in Chukotka, Russia.

The translation has been done following this site, which includes a dictionary and grammar about Chukchi in English, French, Russian and Chukchi: http://charles.weinstein.free.fr/chukches/index.html

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ScieraSciera    Ven, 03/11/2017 - 16:52

We don't have a category for Chukchi yet, but if you add more texts in it we could give it one.

DarkJoshuaDarkJoshua    Ven, 03/11/2017 - 17:14

For how much I love this language, I have really little knowledge of it. Months ago I wanted to translate a Chukchi song we have on LT using the website I mentioned in this translation (it's really complete), but it's not as easy as it seems. I would really love to see a category for this language, hopefully we will, one day.

ScieraSciera    Jeu, 30/11/2017 - 18:39

Yes - I've already asked the admins to add the category.

DarkJoshuaDarkJoshua    Ven, 23/08/2019 - 14:17

They are the same. Except for "нутэнут", the other words are the same as in the translation except "ԓ" is written "л" in your dictionary: it's not technically wrong, but because the "L" sound in Chukchi is nothing like the Russian "л", the new orthography has changed to "ԓ" in the 90's. I also have to admit that for some words I frequently found multiple translations with no explanation as to how different they were: I had no idea whether they were full synonyms or two words that had no distinct translation in the other languages, but were used in two different ways in Chukchi. Concerning "нутэнут", I should do further researches about it, but I have very little time at the minute. I will get back to this, when I can.

DarkJoshuaDarkJoshua    Sam, 19/10/2019 - 12:08

I made a quick research on the word "нутэнут".
The word I used was "нутэйиквин" and I found it on this page. It's the entry no. 611. Whilst I found no separate entry for "нутэнут", I found many examples of this word used in sentences, such as in the entry no. 86. The only thing I could understand is that "нутэ-" must be a root meaning "earth" as I found several words containing it related to the earth.
I also checked a book I own ("Parlons tchouktche: une langue de Sibérie", Charles Weinstein, 2010, L'Harmattan), where "нутэнут" is listed with the meaning of "terre, contrée", while a similar word, "нутэсӄын", has the meaning of soil.
I couldn't find the word "нутэйиквин" there, but I found it on the Russian version of the website I based myself on, where it's written: "аффиксы -гин'/-гэн' (энмыгэн' «подножье скалы»), -еквэ (амнон’ъеквэ «по тундре»); -йиквин (нутэйиквин «пространство, простор»), -ткын (э'н'ыткын «мыс», э'н'ыткынык «на мысу») и пр.".
In conclusion, I think both words are valid, but "нутэнут" is probably the most basic way to refer to earth, so I corrected my translation.

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