Learn Nepal Bhasa / Newari – Chapter 2

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English Nepal Basa
Please come in Jhaa-saa
Please have a seat Di-saa
Bon appetite Bu-lun bah-pi
I am sorry Maph yaa-naa di-saa
Maybe Kha-ye-phu
Don’t know Ma-siu
It’s ok Jiu
It’s not ok Ma-jiu
Never mind Mawaah-la
Isn’t it? Ma-khu laa
Don’t do that! Yaa-ye-ma-te!
Give way Bi-naa-bi
I am done for Kaa phu-ta
Sucks Chhi-chhi
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21 responses to “Learn Nepal Bhasa / Newari – Chapter 2

  1. How do you say I miss you

  2. I saw the trial the good beginning, but it would be better to start from a good methodology.

  3. can you please tell me the Newari word for Fortitude? I can’t find it anywhere and how do I write this down using newari syllables ?

  4. Hello, in sentences like “Di-saa” or “Maph yaa-naa di-saa”. How do you deal with the “-” ? I mean, is it an extension of sound, like “Diisa” or what? I’ve been wondering for a while already.

  5. how do you write brave in newari?

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  10. How to say Happy birthday ?

  11. Is this language similar to any other? Sounds like it could be… as I try to pronounce it. Love the sound. Thank you for sharing! Blessings!

    • I am not too sure but according to Padmin, Newari is derived from Tibetan-Burman language so Tibetan and Burmese languages might sound similar to this.
      Thanks for having a go 🙂

  12. rofl on the last one, and don’t do that! I love the ones you choose for inclusion. You need one for ‘Get lost’. 🙂

    • I don’t know if there is literal translation of ‘Get lost’ but if you are angry with someone and you want them to go away, they normally say ‘Shi huu’ meaning ‘go and die’ . Hope it helps.. 🙂

  13. Do you know how to say “how do you say_____ in newari?” in Newari? I use Nepalima _____ bhanna auncha?” in Nepali. Tapaii ko seekshaharu ko lagi dhanyabaad. (ps-started that with Timro but changed it, didn’t want to offend, are you ok with timi as the diminutive form?)

    • You can use this
      Nepal bhaase____chhu dhaai?
      I am happy for you to use timi for me, I don’t mind at all 🙂
      Thank you for following Nepal bhasa chapters, I wasn’t sure if anyone will be interested in the beginning but now I am happy at least you are reading them 🙂

      • Subaay. I will keep reading them for sure. Does that directly translate to, Nepal “language” word “you say?” or “you know?” Shiva told me that my “ch” “tsa” was the best so far today. 🙂 He was all, “Where are you getting this Newari from?” I was told tonight “Chiya bhanau.” a new one for me, I know that’s Nepali, do you know the Newari equivalent?

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