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jaye944

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Can anyone give me a translation for the below phrase,

sorry I dont know what langauge it is.............

thankxs

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Ladno,tipa ponyatno, burzhui nahblya!


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jaye944 said:
Can anyone give me a translation for the below phrase,

sorry I dont know what langauge it is.............

thankxs

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Ladno,tipa ponyatno, burzhui nahblya!


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Hi Jayye, Can you tell me where you got this phrase? Might make it easier to find! :)


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jaye944

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I think its Russian or Yugo' slavic

It was on another site, I think it might be something un complimentary said to a guy on line I know
 
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Jaye944 is right - it is Russian. Just tried googling some of the words and established that it is definitely Russian.
 
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jaye944 said:
Can anyone give me a translation for the below phrase,

sorry I dont know what langauge it is.............

thankxs

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Ladno,tipa ponyatno, burzhui nahblya!


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Yup definitely Russian.

nablya means "not there" literally "(negative) be".......... I have no idea what "burzhui" is, it actually may not be a Russian word........... so as it translates........ it goes
"Well, (or OK), fellow(female) understand, was not there."

:confused: .......... Does it make any sense in the context that it was used???? :confused:........cause it makes no sense to me.
 

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moonmist said:
Yup definitely Russian.

nablya means "not there" literally "(negative) be".......... I have no idea what "burzhui" is, it actually may not be a Russian word........... so as it translates........ it goes
"Well, (or OK), fellow(female) understand, was not there."

:confused: .......... Does it make any sense in the context that it was used???? :confused:........cause it makes no sense to me.
cheers moonmist,

the board I'm on, is a tech one and someone asked about hacking a password.
this guy replied and said that if the person would e-meil him he would send him the info.
my mate said his post would probably get removed

as its an "english" speeking board the guy then replied ".............." ith the russian slang
 

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Sis said:
I have no idea what "burzhui" is, it actually may not be a Russian word
Sis: I found this....("burzhui," from "bourgeois"):a particular social background

So maybe of French origin...
 
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