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Old 02-17-2009, 07:25 AM   #81
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Thanks Makedonin, same here.
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Old 02-17-2009, 02:57 PM   #82
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How about the words KANDISA and BENDISA, does anybody else here use them, and if so, what do they mean to you?
We use them to,
Bendisa mi se forumot.
Kandisav edna kola.
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Old 02-17-2009, 03:24 PM   #83
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Bendisa > to like somebody, to be attracted to someone.
Would you agree it also means something as well?

That is how I know it.

I should add that in my "household katharevousa experiment" I have almost banished "aresa/aresfam" because I believe it has Greek connections. I have since discovered Bulgarians also use this word. And accept that Macedonian can possibly include ONE Greek loanword.
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Old 02-17-2009, 03:33 PM   #84
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Would you agree it also means something as well?
That is how I know it.
It is unfamiliar to me in that annotation.

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I should add that in my "household katharevousa experiment" I have almost banished "aresa/aresfam" because I believe it has Greek connections. I have since discovered Bulgarians also use this word. And accept that Macedonian can possibly include ONE Greek loanword.
αρεσα > liked, to like, it is not clear if it is Greek or Bulgarian. But it would not be the first word in Bulgarian to come from Greek or vice versa.

Bulgarians use the word Hora> people, Narod. It comes from Greek Χωρα > state which only renders how the Bulgarians percieve their Nation. State equals People and vice versa.

With out State no People in other words.
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Old 02-18-2009, 02:02 AM   #85
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Good observation Makedonin.

Risto, this is how I would use Bendisa, and it would be more for an object rather than a person:

Mi se bendisa kolata
Nogu e bendisvam kukyata

or for a person,

Ti se bendisa chupeto?



Macedonians use Graf or Grah (depending on the dialect) coming from Grasha(k), which is not a loanword. However, Serbs use Pasulj for the same food, which seems to be a loan from the Greek Fasoulia, unless it is ultimately a Latin word, not sure.
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You are welcome SoM.

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However, Serbs use Pasulj for the same food, which seems to be a loan from the Greek Fasoulia, unless it is ultimately a Latin word, not sure.
Fasulye is also used by the Turks and Фасул in Bulgarian. Not sure if it is a Greek word either.
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On google Translate, 'beans' in Slovenian is Fizhol, in Polish it is Fasola, in Slovak it is Fazula, in Ukrainian it is Kvasolya, in Russian it is Fasol, in Bulgarian it is Fasul, but in Serbian and Croatian it is Grah. Interesting, this points to a Slavic origin.
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Macedonians use Graf or Grah (depending on the dialect) coming from Grasha(k), which is not a loanword. However, Serbs use Pasulj for the same food, which seems to be a loan from the Greek Fasoulia, unless it is ultimately a Latin word, not sure.
Ajde be ... it is "bop".
And it certainly does.
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Ajde be ... it is "bop".
And it certainly does.
It is true, other word for kind of a Beans used by Bulgarians and Russians is BOB

look up here, I ain't sure about the accuracy but anyways:

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%D0%B1%D0%BE%D0%B1

Some more on it:

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/bean
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On google Translate, 'beans' in Slovenian is Fizhol, in Polish it is Fasola, in Slovak it is Fazula, in Ukrainian it is Kvasolya, in Russian it is Fasol, in Bulgarian it is Fasul, but in Serbian and Croatian it is Grah. Interesting, this points to a Slavic origin.
Slovenians say bob to single ''zrno'' of fižol-bop
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