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RIPKRD
Tuesday 17th of May 2005 05:06:23 AM
translation: I am English speaking and I am trying to get a translation of the Georgian word sakvareli"


illaria
Tuesday 17th of May 2005 07:54:51 AM
sakvareli: I think it means "favorite" but I am here to learn Georgian too.
How can we find some willing Georgian teachers?



rasek_chevy
Wednesday 07th of September 2005 01:29:27 AM
sakvareli means DARLING OR literally lover ok ? any other questions eheheh


smorthala
Saturday 23rd of September 2006 05:00:00 PM
What is the meaning of "Chirime"?

Thanks in advance


adolfsha
Tuesday 26th of December 2006 07:55:07 PM
loool, its a bit difficult to translate the word CHIRIME, i think there is no translation in english, its smth like....fuuu, i dont know how to say, but its a good meaning, maybe smth like darling but they used it in old times.


TurkishGeorgian
Tuesday 09th of January 2007 06:34:53 AM
Chirime: Yes "Chirime" is a lovely speech to show that you liked very much someone or his/her behaviour and saying "sheni janis chirime." But here "janis" is turkish more than original Georgian. In Turkish that can be translated as "yerim seni" or "sana kurban olurum" :) If I translate that will be funny! Those mean "I ate you" or "I sacrifice myself for you" :D



TurkishGeorgian
Tuesday 09th of January 2007 06:36:31 AM
correcting I ate you :D: It will be "I eat you" :)

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