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Useful phrases in Solresol

A collection of useful phrases in Solresol, a musical language invented by François Sudre in the 19th century to facilitate international communication.

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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).

Phrase Solresol
Welcome Domi dosolfala misol
Hello (General greeting) Simi
Hello (on phone) Simi
How are you? Redofafa?
Reply to 'How are you?' Dore redofafa, re domi?
Long time no see Dore do domiremi domi milalado mimilare
What's your name? Fado resisolre domi?
My name is ... Resisolre dore faremi ...
Where are you from? Mimisoldo domi domifare?
I'm from ... Dore domifare dosoldola ...
Pleased to meet you Dore mifare misolrela domi
Good morning
(Morning greeting)
Simi
Good afternoon
(Afternoon greeting)
Simi
Good evening
(Evening greeting)
Misi
Good night Misi
Goodbye
(Parting phrases)
Solsol domi farefare misol (You go well)
Solsol domi misiredo misol (You stay well)
Dore mi fasifado domi (I'll see you)
Dore mi fasifado domi mimisifa (I'll see you soon)
Dore mi fasifado domi lami (I'll see you tomorrow)
Good luck! Soldosolsi!
Cheers! Good Health!
(Toasts used when drinking)
Redofafa misol!
Have a nice day Solsol midomisi lalare misol
Bon appetit /
Have a nice meal
Dolamisi misol
Bon voyage /
Have a good journey
Fasidomi misol
Yes Si
No Do
Maybe Mirelala
I don't know Dore do dofadofa
I understand Dore falafa
I don't understand Dore do falafa
Please speak more slowly Solsol domilado midodosol remisifa
Please say that again Solsol sifala mire
Please write it down Solsol lamire mire
Do you speak English? Domilado domi English?
Do you speak Solresol? Domilado domi Solresol?
Yes, a little
(reply to 'Do you speak ...?')
Si, sifa
Do you speak a language
other than
Solresol?
Domilado domi solresol mifafami Solresol?
Speak to me in Solresol Solsol domilado Solresol midodosi domi
How do you say ... in Solresol? Milasolsol ... Solresol?
Excuse me Solsol sollado dore
How much is this? Midodore?
Sorry Dore relasi
Please Mifare
Thank you Solsi
Reply to thank you Solsi
Where's the toilet / bathroom? Farmi mimisoldo solsisido?
This gentleman will pay for everything Fami sirefare mi laresifa mireredo
This lady will pay for everything Fami domifado mi laresifa mireredo
Would you like to dance with me? Mifala domi misolsila midodosi dore?
Do you come here often? Dosolfala domi fasol mimilado?
I miss you Dore midomila domi
I love you Dore milasi domi
Get well soon Solsol misol mimisifa
Go away! Solsol fasidola!
Leave me alone! Solsol midofala dore fadofado!
Help! Dosido!
Fire! Refasoldo!
Stop! Fasisolla!
Call the police! Solsol lasilami silamido!
Christmas greetings Dofafasi solsire
New Year greetings Solsifasi dorela solsire
Easter greetings Dofafado solsire
Birthday greetings Resirefa misolsimi solsire
Congratulations! Mifala misol!
One language is never enough Redodo solresol do faremi lasol dosidore
My hovercraft is full of eels Redo fasolasi fareslia faremi relasido midodosi dolafasi

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