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Learn Nepal Bhasa / Newari – Chapter 14

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English Nepal Basa
May I step inside? Du-ne wa-ne jii laa?
Do I have to take off my shoes? Laa- kaa twah-te maah laa?
Yes/no Maah/mwah
What god is kept in there? A-na chhu dyah ta-yaa tah-gu du?
Can I take a picture? Tas-bir kaa-ye jii laa?
What’s that temple? Wa chuu de-gah?
We come to see the procession. Ji-pii jaa-traa swah-was-yaa-gu.
Will the procession pass this way? Jaa-traa tha-naa hai la?
Is there a restaurant around here? Tha-na ga-naa restaurant du la?
I will have a plate of momo. Ma-ma-chaa chha-guu plate ha-yaa di-saa.
Please bring it quickly. Yaa-ka-naa ha-yaa di-saa
Is it spicy? Paa-lu laa?
This is not what I ordered? Jin dha-yaa gu thaw ma-khu.
Please bring the bill. Bill bi-yaa di-saa
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Learn Nepal Bhasa / Newari – Chapter 22

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Health

English

Nepal Basa

Body Mah
Ear Nhaay-paa
Elbow Chu-lyaa
Eye mi-khaa
Hai Saa
Hand Lhaah
Head Chhyaa
Mouth Mhu-tu
Nail Lu-si
Neck Ka-ku
Nose Njaay
Shoulder Bwa-hah
Stomach Pwaah
Thigh Kham-paa
Tounge Mea
Tooth Waa

Learn Nepal Bhasa / Newari – Chapter 21

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Health

English

Nepal Basa

I feel unwell. Ji-tah mha-su-ku ma-du.
I have a cold. Ji-tah se-khaa chaah.
He has a fever. Wa-yaa jwar wah.
There is a boils on my face. Ji-gu khwaa-lay kai wa-la.
My friend’s leg is broken. Ji-mi paa-saa-yaa tu-ti twa-dhu-la.
It is difficult to breathe. Saa-sah ihaa-ye thaa-ku.
My finger is swollen. Ji-gu pa-tii ma-naa wa-la.
It burns Hi-yu
It itches Cha-su
It tickles Ku-vhu
My friend has been bitten by a dog. Ji-mi paa-saa-yaa-ta khi-chaan nyaa-ta.
I cut my hand. Ji-gu lhaa-tay ghaah ju-la.
I feel dizzy. Ji-tah i-ki-se chwa-na.
I feel nauseous. Ji-tah lhwa-ye wa-yi thee ju-la.
My knee hurts. Ji-gu pu-li syaah.
Can you give me something for the pain? Ma-syaai-gu waa-sah du laa?
Where does it hurt? Ga-na syaah?
Does it hurt here? Tha-na syaah laa?
Don’t move. Sa-ne ma-jiu.
Please take tis medicine. Thwa waa-sah na-yaa di-saa.
Two spoons thrice a day. Ni-guu cham-chaa nhinn swa-kah.
Before meals/after meals. Na-ye bhyah/na-ye dhunkaah.
Stay away from… ….na-yaa di-I ma-te.
I need to do a blood test. Hi jaan-che yaa-ye maa-ni.
Don’t worry . You will be OK. Dhandaa ka-yaa di-I mwah. Chhi-tah tik jui.

Learn Nepal Bhasa / Newari – Chapter 20

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On the phone

English

Nepal Basa

Hello, can I speak to Adam? Hello, Adam di-I laa thee?
No, he is out. Ma-di, pi-haane wa-naa chwa-na.
When will he be back? Ga-ba-le li-haa jhaa-i?
I don’t k now when he might be back. Ma-siu ga-ba-le wai-gu ju-i
I must see him today. Thaunn na-pa ma-laa-sen ma-jiu-gu.
Please have him call me. Ji-tah phone yaa-kaa di-saa.
You are breaking up. Sah jhyaak-jhuk ju-yaa chwa-naa.
I can’t hear you. Taa-ye man-ta.

 

Weather

English

Nepal Basa

It is going to rain. Waa wa-i-na.
The sun is out. Ni-bhaah twa-la.
The sky is overcast. Dyah bhug-lu chwaa.
It is very hot today. Thauu ta-sa-kaa taa-nwah.
It was cold yesterday. Mhi-gah chi-ku.
It snows sometimes. Ga-ba-lee ga-ba-lee chwaa-pu wah.
Lightning flashed. Pal-pa-saa twa-la.
Lighting struck a tree. Si-maa-ya ma-lah-juu-wa-la.
Fog Kha-su
Frost Pu-gaah-gu
Hailstone Poo
Hurricance Dhaa-ku-phay
Thunder Naa nayaah-gu
Rain Waa
Strom Waa-phay

 

Learn Nepal Bhasa / Newari – Chapter 19

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Souvenir Shop

English

Nepal Basa

Brass Lee
Bronze Kayn
Copper Si-jaw
Coral Bhim-poo
Diamond He-raa
Gold Luu
Iron Naa
Jewel Thii
Pearl Mo-ti
Silver Wa-ha
Turquoise Yuu
Jewelry Ti-saa
Mask Khwaah-paah
Scared statue Dyaah
Do you have rings? Chhi-thaau anguu du laa?
Yes,we do. Du
Show me a nice one. Baa-laah-gu chha-paah kya-naa di-saa.
Is this OK? Thwa jiu laa?
No I don’t like it. Aa-ma haa-laah ,a-juu.
Let me see that one. Wa chha-kah bi-yaa di-saa.
This one? Thwa khak laa?
The one next to it. Aa-maa naa-paa chwangu.
Do you have a cheaper one? Thwa si-bee dangu du laa?
What is it made of? Chhu-ki-yaa-gu da-ye-kaa tah-gu?
Is the staute gilded? Dyah luu si-yaa tah-gu khah laa?
Do you accept credit cards? Credit card jiu laa?
I will come back later. Li-paa wa-ye.

Learn Nepal Bhasa / Newari – Chapter 18

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Butcher Shop

English

Nepal Basa

Bone Kwaynn
Brains Nhya-pu
Fat Daah
Leaf tripe Sah-poo
Liver Syenn
Lung Soo
Skin Chhenguu
Tounge Me as in met
Tripe Khaah-gwah
Variety meats Taah-tuu
How much for a kilo of meat? Laa chha-guu kilo-yaa guli?
I want only lean meat. Na-lii ja-ka kaa-yeigu
Leave out the stringy meat. Puaa-thah ma-wa-ye-ka.
I don’t want any fat. Baah ta-yaa di-I ma-te.
Please chop up the meat for me. Laatyaa-naah bi-yaa di-saa.

Shoe shop

English

Nepal Basa

Canvas Kaa-pah
Leather Chhenguu
Shoelaces Phettaa
Let me see those shoes. Wa laa-kaa chha-kah swa-ye.
Here you are. Swa-yaa di-saa
They are too large. Tappaa ju-la
These should fit. Thwa thik ju-i maah.
They are too small. Chippaa ju-la.
I don’t like this style with heels. Gwaa-li du-gu ma-yah
Do you have children’s shoes. Mas-tay-gu la-kaa du laa?

Learn Nepal Bhasa / Newari – Chapter 17

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Fruits and Vegetables

English

Nepal Basa

Anise So-bu-sah
Bitter ground Ka-kah-chaa
Cabbage Bandaa
Cowpea Bhu-ti
Fenugreek mi-chah
Gumbo (lady’s finger) Ram-tor-yaa
Hog plum Am-li
Lettuce Ji-saah
Mushroom Mhu-kaa-cha
Mustard greens Pach-chhai
Pepper grass Cha-suu
Potato aa-lu
Rape greens Tuu-kaa
Spinach Paa-law
Sweet potato Chaa-ku-hi
Tomato Gol-bhe-raa
Chilli Mal-taa
Coriander Dha-nyaa
Garlic La-bhaa
Ginger Paa-lu
Mint Na-wah-ghauaa
Shallot Chhah
Apple Syaa-u
Banana Ke-raa
Cucumber Tu-si
Lime Kaa-ga-ti
Melting pear Dhaa-paa-si
Orange San-tra-si
Pomegranate Dhaa-le
Raspberry i-si
How much are those onions? a-ma pyaaj-yaa gu-li?
Please give me a little discount. Bha-chaa paah ya-naa di-saa.
I will take a kilo. Chaa-guu kilo kaa-ye-gu.
I will pick. Jin lya-yaa kaa-ye.
Where is the radish from? Lain ga-na-yaa-gu khah?
Don’t you have pumpkins? Pha-sis ma-du laa?
Please take the money. Dhe-baa ka-yaa di-saa.
I don’t have smaller bills. Ji-ke chhah-chu ma-du.