Malagasy to Sorani Translation


Common Phrases From Malagasy to Sorani

Misaotra anaoسوپاس
Mba miangavy reتکایە
miala tsinyببوورە
tsy misyنەخێر
Manao ahoana ianao?چۆنی?
Tsy fantatroنازانم
Azokoمن تێدەگەم
izay raha ny hevitroمنیش بڕوام وایە
Rehefa avy eoدواتر دەتبینمەوە
Karakarao tsara ny tenanaoئاگاداری خۆت بە
Inona ny malaza?چی هەیە?
Tsy maninona kaگوێ مەدێ
Mazava ho azyبێگومان
Tsy misy hatak'androیەکسەر
Andaoبا بروین با بچین

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 Sorani Language

Sorani is a dialect of the Kurdish language spoken primarily in Iraq and Iran. It belongs to the Northwestern Iranian branch, which also includes other Kurdish dialects such as Kurmanji. With approximately 6 million speakers worldwide, Sorani serves as one of two official languages in Iraqi Kurdistan alongside Arabic. The script used for writing Sorani is an adapted version of the Persian alphabet with additional letters to represent specific sounds unique to this language. The vocabulary has been influenced by various historical events and interactions throughout its existence. Sorani plays a significant role in education, media, literature, and daily communication among Kurds living within its linguistic sphere. Despite being part of a larger ethnic group spread across several countries without political recognition or autonomy aspirations beyond regional self-governance at present time (2021), it remains an important symbol connecting communities culturally and linguistically.

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