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Useful phrases in Aragonese

A collection of useful phrases in Aragonese, a Romance language spoken in parts of Aragon and Catalonia in Spain.

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Key to abbreviations: frm = formal, inf = informal, sg = singular (said to one person), pl = plural (said to more than one person), > = said to, m = males, f = females.

English Aragonés (Aragonese)
Welcome Bienveniu (>m)
Bienvenida (>f)
Bienvenius (pl)
Bienvenidas (pl/f)
Hello (General greeting) Ola
How are you? Qué tal plantas? (inf)
Qué tal plantas? (frm)
Reply to 'How are you?' Bien gracias, y tú?
Long time no see Quánto tiempo!
What's your name? Cómo te clamas? (inf)
Cómo te dices? (inf)
Cómo se clama? (frm)
Cómo se diz? (inf)
My name is ... Me clamo ...
Me digo ...
Where are you from? D'an yes? (inf)
D'an ye vusté? (frm)
Aragonese Soi de ...
Pleased to meet you Encantau (>m)
Encantada (>f)
Good morning
(Morning greeting)
Buen diya
Good afternoon
(Afternoon greeting)
Buena tardi
Good evening
(Evening greeting)
Buena nueit
Good night Buena nueit
Goodbye
(Parting phrases)
Adiós (goodbye)
Adixatz (goodbye)
Dica luego (see you soon)
Que vaiga bueno (take care)
Good luck! Buena suerte
Cheers! Good Health!
(Toasts used when drinking)
Salut!
Have a nice day Qué tiengas un buen diya (inf)
Qué tienga un buen diya (frm)
Bon appetit /
Have a nice meal
Qué aprofeite
Bon voyage /
Have a good journey
Buen viache
I understand Entiendo
I don't understand No repleco
No entiendo
I don't know No sé
Please speak more slowly Por favor, charra mas lento (inf)
Por favor, charre mas lento (frm)
Please say that again Puetz repetir-lo, por favor (inf)
Puet repetir-lo, por favor (frm)
Please write it down Podrías escribir-lo, por favor? (inf)
Podría escribir-lo, por favor? (frm)
Do you speak English? Charras anglés? (inf)
Charra anglés (frm)
Do you speak Aragonese? Charras aragonés? (inf)
Charra aragonés?(frm)
Yes, a little
(reply to 'Do you speak ...?')
Sí, una mica
Sí, un poco
How do you say ... in Aragonese? Cómo se diz ... en aragonés?
Excuse me Perdona (inf)
Perdone (frm)
Sincusa-me (inf)
Sincuse-me (frm)
How much is this? Quanto ye?
Sorry Perdón
Sincusas
Please Por favor
Per favor
Thank you Gracias
Reply to thank you De res
Where's the toilet / bathroom? An ye o escusau?
This gentleman will pay for everything Ixe hombre paga tot
This lady will pay for everything Ixa muller paga tot
Would you like to dance with me? Quiers bailar con yo? (inf)
Quiere bailar con yo? (frm)
I miss you Me fas falta
Te trobo a faltar
I love you T'aimo
Get well soon Que t'amillores
Go away! Ves-te-ne! (inf)
Vaiga-se-ne! (frm)
Marcha! (inf)
Marche! (frm)
Au d'aquí!
Leave me alone! Deixa-me solenco! (>m)
Deixa-me solenca! (>f)
Deixa-me en paz!
Help! Aduya!
Fire! Fuego!
Stop! Alto!
Call the police! Grita a la policía! (inf)
Grite a la policía! (frm)
Christmas greetings Feliz Nadal
Buen Nada
Feliz Navidat
New Year greetings Buen cabo d'anyol
Goyoso anyo venient!
Easter greetings Buenas pasquas
Birthday greetings Buen cabo d'anyo
Felicidatz
One language is never enough No bi'n ha prou con una luenga
My hovercraft is full of eels O mío aeroeslisador ye pleno d'anguilas

Phrases and corrected by Sima Brankov and Guillermo Frías Marín

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