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Useful phrases in mozarabic

A collection of useful phrases in Mozarabic (Latín / לטן / لتن‎), or Andalusi Romance, a Romance language that was spoken in the Iberian Peninsula from the 5th to the 13th century.

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English (Mozarabic) Latín / لتن‎
Welcome (Bien venito / Bien venita) بين بنيت
(Bien venitos / Bien venitas) بين بنيتش
Hello (General greeting) (Ola) الا
(Salut) سلوت
(Assalamu alaycum) السلام عليكم
Hello (on phone) (Aló) الو
How are you? (Com estás?) كم اشتش
Reply to 'How are you?' (Bien, xucrán) بين شكرا
(Bien, alhamdulillá) بين الحمدلله
Long time no see (Cuánto tiempo!) كنت تنف!
What's your name? (Com te clamas?) كم تكلمش؟
My name is ... (Me clamo ...) مكلمو ...
Where are you from? (D'ob estás?) دوب اشتش؟
I'm from ... (Só de ...) شو دا ....
Pleased to meet you (Encantato/Encantata) انكنتات
Good morning
(Morning greeting)
(Buen día) بون ديه
(Buen sabáh) بون صباح
Good afternoon
(Afternoon greeting)
(Buena tarde) بون تردا
Good evening
(Evening greeting)
(Buena sera) بون شره
Good night (Buena nohte) بون شره
Goodbye
(Parting phrases)
(Adiós) اديوش
(Assalamu alaykum) السلام عليكم
Good luck! (Buena suerte!) بونه شورت!
(Buen taufíq!) بون توفيق!
Cheers! Good Health!
(Toasts used when drinking)
(Salute!) شلوت!
(Sahha!) صحه!
Have a nice day (Que tenyas un buen día) كا تنيش ان بون ديه
Bon appetit /
Have a nice meal
(Qué aprofehte!) كا افرفهت!
Bon voyage /
Have a good journey
(Buen viaje!) بون بياجه!
I don't know (Non sé) نون شا
I understand (Entiendo) انتندو
I don't understand (Non entiendo) نون انتندو
Please speak more slowly فر فبر، فبله مش لنت
(Por favor, fabla más lento)
Please say that again (Por favor, repítelo) فر فبر، رفيتلو
Please write it down (Por favor, escrívelo) فر فبر، اشكربلو
Do you speak English? (Fablas inglés?) فبلش انكلاش؟
Do you speak Mozarabic?> (Fablas latín?) فبلش لتن؟
Yes, a little
(reply to 'Do you speak ...?')
(Sí, un pauco) شي، ان فوك
Do you speak a language
other than
فبلش ان لغه التر كا اللتن؟
(Fablas una loga altro que el latín?)
How do you say ... in Mozarabic? كم شديجت ... ان لتن؟
(Com se dichet ... en latín?)
Excuse me (Perdón) فردن
How much is this? (Cuánto ye?) كنت يه؟
Sorry (Perdón) فردن
Please (Por favor) فر فبر
Thank you (Xucrán) شكرا
Reply to thank you (Afwán) عفوا
Where's the toilet / bathroom? (Ob ye el banyo?) اب يه البنيو؟
(Ob ye el hammám?) اب يه الحمام؟
This gentleman/lady will pay for everything اشت السيد فقرا فر توت
(Este el sid pagará por toto)
Would you like to dance with me? كشرش بيلر كنمك؟
(Quisieras baylar con mico?)
Do you come here often? تبش فر اكي دا منوت؟
(Te vas por acuí de menuto?)
I miss you (T'ehto de menos) تاهت دا منش
(Me faches falta) مفجش فلته
I love you (T'amo) تامو
(T'adoro) تادرو
Get well soon (Que t'amelyores) كا تامليرش
Go away! (Vete!) باتا!
Leave me alone! (Déxame en pache!) ديشم ان فج!
Help! (Ayuta!) ايوته!
Fire! (Fueco!) فوك!
Stop! (Para!) فاره!
Call the police! (Clama ál xurta!) كلام آلشرطه
Christmas greetings (Feliche natal!) فليج نتل
(Buen natal!) بون نتل!
New Year greetings (Feliche anyo nuevo!) فليج انيو نوب!
Easter greetings (Buena fesca!) بون فشكه!
Eid greetings (Buen id!) بون عيد!
(Id mabrúc!) عيد مبارك!
Birthday greetings (Feliche cumpleanyos!) فليج كمفلانيش!
Congratulations! (Felichitates!) فلجتاتش!
One language is never enough انه لغه نونكه يه كفيه
(Una loga nuncua ye cafiya)
My hovercraft is full of eels الميه حوامه اشته فلنه دا انقولش
(Al mía hawwama está plena de angüilas)

Mozarabic phrases provided by Nicolas A. Magallanez

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