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is Jwanqa kurdish?

PostAuthor: Rumtaya » Sun Sep 25, 2005 12:44 pm

do you kurdish people have the word

Jwanqa or jwanka in your language???? and what does it mean by you?

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PostAuthor: Bokani » Sun Sep 25, 2005 3:43 pm

I don't know what Jwanqa means? but Jwanka is femilair with "jwan"=beautiful.

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PostAuthor: Rumtaya » Sun Sep 25, 2005 6:31 pm

ok the word Jwanka we use for a pretty guy or we also use it if you say ana jwanke atoraye which would mean this assyrian group

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PostAuthor: Diri » Sun Sep 25, 2005 7:36 pm

Rumtaya wrote:ok the word Jwanka we use for a pretty guy or we also use it if you say ana jwanke atoraye which would mean this assyrian group


Juwan is Kurdish for "young guy" and also juwan is for "beautiful"... It is probably the same word as "Jwanka" - and I think it is Indo-Aryan... What do you think?
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PostAuthor: Rumtaya » Mon Sep 26, 2005 1:46 pm

hmm no it is not really juwan cause we have this Q in it a hard Q

Jwanqa so no i dont think its indo aryan but i just asked cause it sounds abit other then some assyrian words for it.

well then its semetic lol never mind there are enough words we and kurds use lool.

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PostAuthor: heval » Mon Sep 26, 2005 7:23 pm

Diri wrote:
Rumtaya wrote:ok the word Jwanka we use for a pretty guy or we also use it if you say ana jwanke atoraye which would mean this assyrian group


Juwan is Kurdish for "young guy" and also juwan is for "beautiful"... It is probably the same word as "Jwanka" - and I think it is Indo-Aryan... What do you think?


Not sure Diri, but something interesting to note...

The French word for "young" is also "Jeune", which is pronounced very much like our Kurdish word, "Jiwan" (actually spelled "Ciwan" using Kurdish Latin Script).
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PostAuthor: Diri » Mon Sep 26, 2005 8:56 pm

heval wrote:
Diri wrote:
Rumtaya wrote:ok the word Jwanka we use for a pretty guy or we also use it if you say ana jwanke atoraye which would mean this assyrian group


Juwan is Kurdish for "young guy" and also juwan is for "beautiful"... It is probably the same word as "Jwanka" - and I think it is Indo-Aryan... What do you think?


Not sure Diri, but something interesting to note...

The French word for "young" is also "Jeune", which is pronounced very much like our Kurdish word, "Jiwan" (actually spelled "Ciwan" using Kurdish Latin Script).


LOL :lol: I love you man! You are great! Such a patriot! :wink:
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PostAuthor: heval » Tue Sep 27, 2005 3:03 am

Diri wrote:
heval wrote:
Diri wrote:
Rumtaya wrote:ok the word Jwanka we use for a pretty guy or we also use it if you say ana jwanke atoraye which would mean this assyrian group


Juwan is Kurdish for "young guy" and also juwan is for "beautiful"... It is probably the same word as "Jwanka" - and I think it is Indo-Aryan... What do you think?


Not sure Diri, but something interesting to note...

The French word for "young" is also "Jeune", which is pronounced very much like our Kurdish word, "Jiwan" (actually spelled "Ciwan" using Kurdish Latin Script).


LOL :lol: I love you man! You are great! Such a patriot! :wink:


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