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Rajasthani phrasebook

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Rajasthani phrasebook

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Phrase list[edit]

Where is the bathroom? || Tharo toilet keth hai? My friend how are you || Mhara beli ki hal hai?
Translation Phrase (pronunciation)
English Rajasthani
hello Ram Ram sa
good-bye Ram Ram sa
forgive me/forgiveness Khamma-Ghani
yes ha/havve
no na/koni
How much money? kitta/ kitra peeshyo?
Where is your bedroom? Tharo suwan ro kamaro keth hai?
Where are you? The Sidh ho?
I would like to drink some water maneh paani peeno hai/ maneh paani pa.
I am thirsty Maneh tiras lagi hai
What is your name? Tharo naam ki hai?
My name is _____. Mharo naam _____ hai.

Basics[edit]

How are you? (formal)
( Thae kaisan/kikar ho sa? )
Fine, thank you. 
(theek, aabhar )
What is your name? 
( Tharo Naam ki/kai hai?
My name is ______ . 
______ . ( Mharo naam ______ hai.)
Nice to meet you. 
( Thare ho mil'an anand ayyo" )
Thanks. 
( dhanyaawaad; Dhuhn-Ya-Vaad )
You're welcome. 
( Tharo Swaagat hai)
Yes. 
( Haa/havve )
No. 
( Naa/koni )
Forgive me. 
(getting attention) ( Khamma ghani )
I'm sorry. 
( Mahane Maaf Karo [please forgive me])
Goodbye (informal
(pache mi-laa-san (see you later )
I can't speak name of language [well]. 
[ ]. (mhane ________ kon aave )
Do you speak English? 
(thane English aave hai??.
Is there someone here who speaks English? 
( Eth koi Angreji Bolan aa-ro hai? )
Help! 
( Madad(help) Karo )
Look out! 
( Sambhalo !)
Yesterday. 
( Kaale)
Tomorrow. 
(Kaale )
Good morning. 
( Su(Good) Prabhat (Pronounced: Soo Pruh-Bhaat. )
Good evening. 
(Shub(Good) Shinjya)
Good night. 
( Shub Ratri (Pronounced: Shoe-bh Raa-tree.)
Good night (to sleep
( So Javo )
I don't understand. 
( Manne samaj kon padhey (Pronounced:ma-Nay Sa-maj kon Pad-hey.)or mane samj/hamj mei ni ave.
Where is the toilet? 
(Sauchalay(toilet) kethe hai? (Pronounced: Sau-Cha-Lay kathe che/hea?)
I love you 
"hu/mhey thaa-neh prem(Love) karu chu/hu"
Do you love me? 
"thea manne prem karo cho/ho?"
where are you going? 
"theh kateh javoriya ho/cho ?"
where do you live? 
"aap/theh kateh rehvo ho?"
what are you doing? 
" app/theh kai karoh ho/cho?"
what happened here? 
"ateh kai vio tho?"
where is this(place name)? 
"aha jagah kateh hai?" Here jagah=place, kateh =where.
where is the market? 
"bazaar/sabzimandi kateh hai?"

Problems[edit]

Leave me alone 
(mane eklo('alone' for male)/ekli('alone' for female) chhodo ra)
Don't touch me! 
(mane hath mat lagaye! )
I'll call the police. 
( hu/muh police no bola deyis )
I need your help. 
( Mane thari madad(Help) chaijhe )
I'm lost. 
( Hu/muh gum gayo han )
I lost my bag. 
( Mharo bag gum gayo he ")

Numbers[edit]

Zero 
shoonya
One 
hek
Two 
be/do
Three 
teen
Four 
chaar
Five 
panch
Six 
chhe/chhah
Seven 
haat/saat
Eight 
aath
Nine 
nauv
Ten 
dah/dhus
20 
beeh/bees
50 
pachah/panchas
100 
ho/So [Pronounce as 'Saw']
200 
beho/beso/doSo
300 
teenho/TeenSo
400 
charho/ChaarSo
500 
panch-ho/PanchSo
600 
chheho/chheso/ChhaSo
700 
haat-ho/haat-so/SaatSo
800 
aath-ho/AathSo
900 
nauvho/Nauvso
1000 
Ek Hajaar



Colors[edit]

Black 
Kaalo
White 
dholo safed / Hafed
Red 
raato / Lal
Yellow 
Peelo
Blue 
Aasmani/Neelo
Pink 
Gulabi
Green 
Leelo / Hariyo

Transportation[edit]

Directions[edit]

East = aaguni

West = aathuni

North = Uttar

South = dakhh-an

Up = Uppar

Down = Niche

Left = Dawo haath

Right = Jeevno/Saavlo-haath

Eating[edit]

Eating: Jeeman Water : panee

Bread : Roti, Bati, Sogro

Relations[edit]

Mother = Ma, Bhabhu, Bai

Father = Pita, Pappa, aap-ji-sa, daata,Bapu

Sister = Bhaan/baai

Brother = Bhai

Elder Brother - Bhabha, dhaad-bhai, dadho

Paternal Grandmother = Dadi-saa,

Paternal Grandfather = Dado-saa, daata

Maternal Grandmother = Nani-saa

Maternal Grandfather = Nano-saa

brother's wife (Sister in Law) = bhabhi-saa

sister's husband (Brother in Law)= jijo-saa,

Wife = Patni/bahu/lugaai/bindni

Husband = Pati/aap

Mother-in-law = Saasu

Father-in-law = Sasur-saa/susro-saa

Father's elder brother = bhabha-saa

Daughter-in-law = Beenni-saa

Paternal Uncle (Father's brother) - Kako-saa, kaaku

Paternal Aunt (Father's brother's wife) - Kaki-saa

Paternal Aunt - Father's Sister - Bhuasaa, baasa

Paternal Uncle - Father's Sister's husband - Fu-fho-saa

Maternal Uncle - (Mom's brother) - Mamo-saa

Maternal Aunt - (Mom's brother's wife) - Mami-saa

Maternal Aunt - (Mom's sister) - Maasi-saa

Maternal Uncle - (Mom's sister's husband) - Maaso-saa

Friend - Beli, Mitra, Bhay-laa, sehli, saathan/haathan.

Grandmother/Grandma - dadi-saa/ bai / dha

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