#1
ämala hiatuä mälä heastä pieutae damäay sate

No idea what it means.

Help, please. Thanks anyone who helps

sorry for the typo in the title, I'm not that good in English.
Last edited by DrOcan at Aug 8, 2008,
#3
If that's finnish, then what am I talking every day? :O That doesn't sound like any language to me..
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#6
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If that's finnish, then what am I talking every day? :O That doesn't sound like any language to me..


one girl told me to try translating it, and told me it's finnish. it may be svahili for all I know.
#7
I believe it's Romanian.
And I think sate means villages.
Other than that..... Google is your friend?
Romanian Google?
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#8
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I believe it's Romanian.
And I think sate means villages.
Other than that..... Google is your friend?
Romanian Google?


tried Google, nothing came up. thanks everyone.
#9
Google it, apparently it's Romanian.
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#10
its svahili and it says "stupid white folk will try translate this while we laugh our asses off"
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#13
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one girl told me to try translating it, and told me it's finnish. it may be svahili for all I know.



Maybe you should just beat it out of her.
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#14
i don't think it's a proper language.

i tried romanian and finnish on google translate and got:

Translation: Finnish » English
ämala hiatuä mälä heastä pieutae damäay sate
ämala hiatuä mälä heastä pieutae damäay to rain

Translation: Romanian » English
ämala hiatuä mälä heastä pieutae damäay sate
ämala hiatuä mälä heastä pieutae damäay villages
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#15
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As for the rest, well it certainly LOOKS Finnish >_>

Yeah about as much as Chinese looks like English. No idea what it is, but it ain't Finnish.
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#16
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Yeah about as much as Chinese looks like English. No idea what it is, but it ain't Finnish.


+1

Definitely doesn't look/sound like Finnish to me.
#17
That is probably Sami, or whatever the hell the English word for it is. They're a minority group that live in the northern parts of Sweden, Norway and Finland, and many of them work with reindeers.
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#19
I can understand people thinking that resembles finnish (double vowels, ä,ö, but it sure isn't. It doesn't make sense, and I think like the other finnish posters here, I'm an authority on the issue

It doesn't resemble sami, or any fennougrian language I know of though I guess I'm not an authority on that one.

You've been suckered. Jokes on you :P
#20
But the Romanians don't use the letter "ä", so it's definately not it.
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#21
On second thought, that sentence sounds like something a Swede would come up when imitating a Finnish guy.
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#23
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But the Romanians don't use the letter "ä", so it's definately not it.


I'm thinking its some kind of encoding mismatch