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PostAuthor: Piling » Tue Nov 29, 2005 7:42 am

Melayê Cizirî ? lol his first poem begins like that :

SIRÊ MEYGER

Newaya mitrib î çengê, fîxan avête Xerçengê
Were saqî heta kengê, nes,oyin dil ji vê jengê ?
Heyata dil meya baqî, binos,in da bimus,taqê
Ela ya eyyuhes saqî, edir ke'sen we nawil ha (1)

In persian a quotation of Hafez.

and this else poem :

MUXBEC,EYÊN MEYFIROS,

Muhbeçeyên meyfiros, , her seher têne sema
Badexwuran nos,înos, , mane li dorê cema.



Like most sufi, the wine was assimilated to Love's trance, and divine love. The main topic of Cizirî are : beautiful ladies, wine, music, love's suffering, divine worshipping.
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PostAuthor: sal-Ah-uddin » Fri Jan 27, 2006 9:03 pm

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Piling wrote:Yah that's right, I always write Dirî, I don't know why... but it has meaning ! Dirî means "thorn", "spine", it is a thorny bush... Sorry to call you a thorny boy...:mrgreen:

But Dîrî it is the name or a tribe ?

BTW a lot of people write Pilling with 2 l :roll: , though in kurmancî it is 1 l.


I said "never realy"... By which I meant, it isn't realy the most prominent part of our culture..


Tss in mem and zîn, people drink wine all the time... Sufis' culture I think.


Dîrî is a tribe... As you should have figured out by now... Remember?

And Dîrî means "To have"... Where do you have your interpretation of "Dirî" from?

In standard Kurmancî it is "Piling" - but in my dialect it is "Pilling"... :P

Yeah yeah... Okey - you win about the wine drinking... :lol:

Besides... Kurds invented Beer and Wine... 8)





Do you know what diri means? Diri means Church in my dialect, wierd name for a tribe.

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PostAuthor: Piling » Fri Jan 27, 2006 9:07 pm

What do mean "sal" and "ah" in Arab ? :lol: weird name for a laqab !
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PostAuthor: Diri » Fri Jan 27, 2006 11:22 pm

sal-Ah-uddin wrote:
Diri wrote:
Piling wrote:Yah that's right, I always write Dirî, I don't know why... but it has meaning ! Dirî means "thorn", "spine", it is a thorny bush... Sorry to call you a thorny boy...:mrgreen:

But Dîrî it is the name or a tribe ?

BTW a lot of people write Pilling with 2 l :roll: , though in kurmancî it is 1 l.


I said "never realy"... By which I meant, it isn't realy the most prominent part of our culture..


Tss in mem and zîn, people drink wine all the time... Sufis' culture I think.


Dîrî is a tribe... As you should have figured out by now... Remember?

And Dîrî means "To have"... Where do you have your interpretation of "Dirî" from?

In standard Kurmancî it is "Piling" - but in my dialect it is "Pilling"... :P

Yeah yeah... Okey - you win about the wine drinking... :lol:

Besides... Kurds invented Beer and Wine... 8)





Do you know what diri means? Diri means Church in my dialect, wierd name for a tribe.


Mosul, that is called DÊR...
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PostAuthor: Mosul » Sat Jan 28, 2006 12:38 am

in my dialect we say Diri, its probly different with a irani kurd.

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PostAuthor: Diri » Sat Jan 28, 2006 10:36 am

Mosul wrote:in my dialect we say Diri, its probly different with a irani kurd.


You don't know what you speak of...

Then the two Duhokî Kurds at my course are out of it... They are totaly assimilated... Because they do definetly not say "diri" for "church" - they say "dêr"...

Anyway... You enjoy your little brain-cracker...
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PostAuthor: Piling » Sat Jan 28, 2006 10:42 am

Dêr is used for "monastery" too.
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PostAuthor: Diri » Sat Jan 28, 2006 11:41 am

Piling wrote:Dêr is used for "monastery" too.



That is what we are discussing here - or should I say, which he is discussing...

Dîrî doesn't mean "monostary" I tell him, that is called a "Dêr"---> but he can't seem to understand that there isn't THAT much difference in my and his dialect... We have the same words - Dêr is dêr - monostary...
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PostAuthor: Mosul » Sat Jan 28, 2006 5:08 pm

lol okay diri, your two duhoki friends happen to say church in Kurdi right??
Its Diri trust me.

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