Icelandic to Dogri Translation


Common Phrases From Icelandic to Dogri

Þakka þér fyrirथुआढ़ा धन्नवाद
Vinsamlegastकिरपा करियै
Því miðurमाफ करो
Hvernig hefurðu það?थुआढ़ा केह् हाल ऐ?
Afsakið migमिगी माफ करेओ
Ég veit ekkiमिगी नेईं पता
ég skilमें समझनां
ég held þaðमैं ऐसा सोचदा हां
Kannskiहोई सकदा ऐ
Sé þig seinnaबाद च मिलने आं
Farðu varlegaध्यान रक्खेओ
Hvað er að frétta?केह् हाल ऐ?
Skiptir enguकोई गल्ल नेईं
Undir einsतुरंत ही
Förumचलो चलो

Interesting information about Icelandic Language

Icelandic is a North Germanic language spoken by approximately 360,000 people in Iceland. It has its roots in Old Norse and is closely related to Faroese and Norwegian dialects. Icelandic retains many ancient features of the old Nordic languages, making it one of the most conservative living Indo-European languages today. The grammar structure follows a complex system with four cases (nominative, accusative, dative, genitive), three grammatical genders (masculine, feminine, neuter), and two numbers (singular/plural). Verbs are conjugated based on person and tense. Interestingly enough for linguists studying historical texts or sagas from medieval times written in Old Norse; modern-day Icelandic remains highly mutually intelligible due to minimal changes over centuries. Despite being geographically isolated on an island nation like Iceland itself - where English proficiency rates are high among locals - there's strong emphasis placed upon preserving their native tongue through education programs promoting linguistic heritage.

Know About Dogri Language

Dogri is an Indo-Aryan language primarily spoken in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It belongs to the Northwestern group of languages within the Indo-Aryan family. With over 2 million speakers, Dogri holds official status in Jammu and Kashmir alongside Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, and English. The origins of Dogri can be traced back to Sanskrit as it shares a significant vocabulary with this ancient language. However, it also incorporates influences from Persian, Arabic, Punjabi, and other regional dialects. It has its own unique script called Takri but is predominantly written using Devanagari or Perso-Arabic scripts today due to historical reasons. Notable literary figures have contributed significantly towards enriching Dogri literature which includes poetry collections (kavitayen), folk songs (lok-geet), short stories (kahaniyan) among others.

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