Malagasy to Icelandic Translation


Common Phrases From Malagasy to Icelandic

Misaotra anaoÞakka þér fyrir
Mba miangavy reVinsamlegast
miala tsinyÞví miður
tsy misyNei
Manao ahoana ianao?Hvernig hefurðu það?
AzafadyAfsakið mig
Tsy fantatroÉg veit ekki
Azokoég skil
izay raha ny hevitroég held það
Rehefa avy eoSé þig seinna
Karakarao tsara ny tenanaoFarðu varlega
Inona ny malaza?Hvað er að frétta?
Tsy maninona kaSkiptir engu
Mazava ho azyAuðvitað
Tsy misy hatak'androUndir eins

Interesting information about Malagasy Language

Malagasy is the national language of Madagascar, an island country located off the southeast coast of Africa. It belongs to the Austronesian family and specifically falls under the Malayo-Polynesian branch. With over 20 million speakers, it is primarily spoken by people in Madagascar but also has a significant number of users in neighboring Comoros and Réunion islands. The language exhibits various dialects across different regions within Madagascar due to its historical isolation from other languages on mainland Africa. As one of two official languages (alongside French), Malagasy plays a crucial role in education, government administration, media, literature, music production while maintaining strong cultural ties with local traditions and folklore.

Know 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.

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