Urdu to Malagasy Translation


Common Phrases From Urdu to Malagasy

شکریہMisaotra anao
برائے مہربانیMba miangavy re
معذرتmiala tsiny
خدا حافظVeloma
جی ہاںENY
نہیںtsy misy
آپ کیسے ہو؟Manao ahoana ianao?
معاف کیجئے گاAzafady
مجھ نہیں پتہTsy fantatro
میں سمجھتا ہوں۔Azoko
مجھے لگتا ہےizay raha ny hevitro
بعد میں ملتے ہیںRehefa avy eo
اپنا خیال رکھناKarakarao tsara ny tenanao
کیا چل رہا ہے؟Inona ny malaza?
کوئی بات نہیںTsy maninona ka
بلکلMazava ho azy
فوراTsy misy hatak'andro

Interesting information about Urdu Language

Urdu is a prominent Indo-Aryan language primarily spoken in Pakistan and India. With over 100 million native speakers worldwide, it holds the status of being one of the official languages of both countries. Urdu originated from Khari Boli dialects during the Delhi Sultanate era (1206-1526) and developed under Persian influence. It employs an Arabic script known as Nastaʿlīq for writing purposes, which beautifully combines elements from Perso-Arabic scripts with indigenous Indian alphabets. The vocabulary base predominantly consists of words derived from Sanskrit, Turkish, Persian, Arabic, along with regional vernaculars. Urdu has rich literary traditions spanning centuries including poetry by renowned poets like Mirza Ghalib and Allama Iqbal. It serves as a medium for communication across various domains such as literature, media channels, education institutions,and social gatherings among Urdu-speaking communities globally.

Know 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.

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