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Do you speak Sorani ( / Gorani / Hewrami) or Kurmanci ( / Badini / Zazaki) or none?

Sorani / Gorani / Hewrami
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54%
Kurmanci / Badini / Zazaki
10
42%
None
1
4%
 
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PostAuthor: heval » Sat Apr 30, 2005 3:53 am

London007 wrote:
heval wrote:
medya wrote:my father is hewrami , and i undrestand hewarmi , and also I love kurmanji too.. i think kurmanji is so cute..

az galak kurmanji hez dekem ! lol



lol. i am hewrami, i bet we are related.


xasani washani lalo ch karo ?


washanan. ya xwa hamishe wash bi :!:
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PostAuthor: Piling » Sun May 01, 2005 6:30 pm

Kurmancî. (I've learned sorani many many years ago in university but i've forgot it). :? I like kurmancî but soranî is very nice to hear, like a music sound.
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PostAuthor: ChiChalok » Tue May 03, 2005 1:13 am

London007 wrote:
medya wrote:well i speak Snayee. that is considered as Sorani . but if you want the truth i know farsi more than kurdish.
i have eduated in farsi, watched TV in farsi, read books in farsi, listened to the music in farsi...
and more funny, i know english mroe than kurdish...when I want to find a kurdish word, i find it in Engl-Kudi Dictionary


Don't worry and Farsi is almost Arabic 8) I have Farsi friends and when they speak it is all Arabic..

I am happy that Kurdish doesn't have many Arabic words.


kurdish doesnt have any arabic words :D YOU MUST BE KIDDING!!
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PostAuthor: ChiChalok » Tue May 03, 2005 1:14 am

i speak badini ... 8)
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PostAuthor: ChiChalok » Tue May 03, 2005 1:15 am

medya wrote:my father is hewrami , and i undrestand hewarmi , and also I love kurmanji too.. i think kurmanji is so cute..

az galak kurmanji hez dekem ! lol


hehe media tech .. :D u practicin the GALAK :wink:
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PostAuthor: heval » Tue May 03, 2005 5:18 am

ChiChalok wrote:
London007 wrote:
medya wrote:well i speak Snayee. that is considered as Sorani . but if you want the truth i know farsi more than kurdish.
i have eduated in farsi, watched TV in farsi, read books in farsi, listened to the music in farsi...
and more funny, i know english mroe than kurdish...when I want to find a kurdish word, i find it in Engl-Kudi Dictionary


Don't worry and Farsi is almost Arabic 8) I have Farsi friends and when they speak it is all Arabic..

I am happy that Kurdish doesn't have many Arabic words.


kurdish doesnt have any arabic words :D YOU MUST BE KIDDING!!


I don't think he was sayin that. Farsi has hella arabic words in it. you know if you removed all the arabic words out of farsi, you wouldn't even be able to carry a conversation. but Kurdish is totally clean. you could remove the little arabic it may contain and it wouldn't make a difference at all
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PostAuthor: ChiChalok » Tue May 03, 2005 12:56 pm

heval wrote:
ChiChalok wrote:
London007 wrote:
medya wrote:well i speak Snayee. that is considered as Sorani . but if you want the truth i know farsi more than kurdish.
i have eduated in farsi, watched TV in farsi, read books in farsi, listened to the music in farsi...
and more funny, i know english mroe than kurdish...when I want to find a kurdish word, i find it in Engl-Kudi Dictionary


Don't worry and Farsi is almost Arabic 8) I have Farsi friends and when they speak it is all Arabic..

I am happy that Kurdish doesn't have many Arabic words.


kurdish doesnt have any arabic words :D YOU MUST BE KIDDING!!


I don't think he was sayin that. Farsi has hella arabic words in it. you know if you removed all the arabic words out of farsi, you wouldn't even be able to carry a conversation. but Kurdish is totally clean. you could remove the little arabic it may contain and it wouldn't make a difference at all


mmmmmmmmm otaaaaaaaaay 8)
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Kurmanji

PostAuthor: Diri » Thu May 12, 2005 1:13 pm

Kurmanjî or Soranî?

hmmm... its hard to say... Acttually I don't speak either...

I don't speak Kurdish as brutally as Kurmanji nor do I speak it as feminin as Sorani... I think my dialect should be standard Kurdish... Why? Because I am from Central Kurdistan... Sêro if you know where that is and for those who don't know where that is I should say Ormi... And know that I think you know of where I speak I shall go on with my explaining!

I amd from the place where Sorani meets Kurmanji... and so my dialect is one wich mixes both... In a way people from these areas have a larger vocabulary... because they use both words from Sorani and Kurmanji...
And so a standard Kurdish with a mix of Sorani and Kurmanji would sound just about the same as the dialect I speak...

By the way - How different from Sorani are the dialects in Ilam and Kermanshah? From what I have vitnessed they seem like two different things... I am aware of the fact that Kurds in Kermanshah mainly speak Gorani...

I myself have no problem understanding Kurmanji or Sorani... Sometimes it takes some effort thats all...
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Re: Kurmanji

PostAuthor: heval » Thu May 12, 2005 7:21 pm

Diri wrote: Kurmanjî or Soranî?

By the way - How different from Sorani are the dialects in Ilam and Kermanshah? From what I have vitnessed they seem like two different things... I am aware of the fact that Kurds in Kermanshah mainly speak Gorani...


Yes, Kurds from Kirmashan are one of the remaining Kurds who speak the Gorani dialect.

Actually, many would argue that Gorani shouldn't be classified under Sorani because it came before Sorani. And many would call Sorani, Southern Kurmanci, because it emerged from Kurmanci.

Also, Zazaki came from Hewrami, so the two should be classified together.

If you want to read about it, go here: http://www.kurdishacademy.org/english/h ... story.html
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PostAuthor: ZaniYar » Wed May 18, 2005 1:49 pm

roller rebwar wrote:Soranniiii HOOOORAAAA



Hahaha ha Roller so u must be (Karra Jaff) , are u?!... not sure if u have heard this phrase b4.

Well I speak 5 languages, but unfortunately I don't speak Kirmanji and Hawrami.
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PostAuthor: ZaniYar » Wed May 18, 2005 1:59 pm

kurdish doesnt have any arabic words :D YOU MUST BE KIDDING!![/quote]


Yeah Cheech, we nearly don't ve anymore arabic words in Kurdish language, since we have changed many words..example muhamad to 7ama.. Mustafa= Mcha and Abdullah to 3aba hhhhhh and many other words as well.

The last thing kurds should do is change the bloody arabic script to Latin.
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PostAuthor: Emmunah » Wed May 18, 2005 5:21 pm

Where is the Sorani dictionary?! You have one and didn't tell me about it? :lol:
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PostAuthor: ZaniYar » Thu May 19, 2005 4:53 am

Emmunah u always ask for something hard to get. I remember last time u were asking for Qoon. hhhh

Anywas try this dictionary see how u go.


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PostAuthor: Emmunah » Thu May 19, 2005 7:27 pm

âfareen ZaniYar!

I could not find "Qoon" in the dictionary :oops: :lol: :lol:

Please forgive me for my endless questions!

I am really going to get myself in trouble with that dictionary aren't I? Hehehe...I hope you all have patience with me. If you see all my mistakes I hope you just laugh and forgive me.
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PostAuthor: Vladimir » Thu May 19, 2005 8:01 pm

Hewrami.. never heard of it. Are there more dialects I dont know about..
Zazaki, Sorani, Badini, Kurmanji... ?
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