Sindhi to Icelandic Translation


Common Phrases From Sindhi to Icelandic

تنهنجي مهربانيÞakka þér fyrir
مهرباني ڪريVinsamlegast
افسوسÞví miður
خدا حافظBless
تون ڪيئن آهين؟Hvernig hefurðu það?
معاف ڪجوAfsakið mig
مون کي ناهي خبرÉg veit ekki
مان سمجهان ٿوég skil
مان ايئن ٿو سمجهانég held það
ٿي سگهي ٿوKannski
بعد ۾ ملون ٿاSé þig seinna
خيال رکجوFarðu varlega
ڇا حال آهي؟Hvað er að frétta?
دل ۾ نه ڪجوSkiptir engu
فوري طورUndir eins
اچو ته هلونFörum

Interesting information about Sindhi Language

Sindhi is an Indo-Aryan language primarily spoken in the Sindh region of Pakistan and parts of India. It belongs to the Indo-Iranian branch of languages, with historical influences from Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit, and Dravidian languages. Sindhi has its own unique script known as "Arabic-Sindhi" or "Khudabadi," although it can also be written in Devanagari script. With over 40 million speakers worldwide, Sindhi holds official status in Pakistan's province of Sindh. The language exhibits a rich literary tradition dating back centuries; notable works include Shah Jo Risalo by Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai. Sindhis have made significant contributions to trade and commerce due to their diaspora across various countries like India, Pakistan (especially Karachi), United Arab Emirates (UAE), United States (US), Canada etc., where they continue preserving their linguistic heritage through cultural events and organizations dedicated to promoting Sindhi literature

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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