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Translation of the Flight of Passage
« on: January 30, 2018, 03:51:01 pm »
Kaltxì, I have created a video which attempts to translate the Flight of Passage ride. You can read in the video's description I do not claim any ownership of this video. The video is posted below.



I would be very grateful for your help translating from Na'vi to English. I attempted to translate the words phonetically, but I am not confident I heard correctly or translated accurately. You have been a great help with translating the Na'vi River Journey song at the end and the Na'vi at the beginning of the same ride (translation still in progress). Irayo nìtxan for your help!

0:12 Ha lat si sa ngal, tìno fyep.

1:04 ♫Eywa, meuia. Ioi waytelem.♫

1:30 'It lopx, alìm.

1:46 Oel 'efu,

1:50 Siva ko.

2:12 ♫Ma ma, mal, ma ma, ma ma, Eywa.♫

3:26 Eywa'eveng, oel kä tstew.

3:41 Kaw'it 'i'a.

3:51 Kxem li.

P.S. Thank you for your help. As more translations come in, they will be updated in the captions of the above video. To see the Na'vi words, please select the Nauru captions.
« Last Edit: February 02, 2018, 02:49:11 pm by StumHasey »

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Re: Translation of the Flight of Passage
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2018, 05:12:52 pm »
I get:

0:12
Alaksi, srak? Set ngon oet.
(Ready? Now follow me.

1:04 - 1:50
Everything is quite inaudible for me until "siva ko!" (which loosely translates to "let's go, let's do it, we can do this!").

2:12
The dramatic singing + music seems to me like the singing that also appears inside the movie, meaningless snippets of syllables. Tana, tane, mama and so on.

3:26
Eywa'eveng. Ne tseltsul! (or maybe something with "... keltsun" - "impossible" or simply "oe ke tsun" - "I cannot.")
Pandora. To the whitewater rapids! - which makes no sense bc they're not going there hrh.

3:41
Just some battle cries / cries of exitement.

3:51
Ke li.
(not yet - because she's delaying the dive downward)

« Last Edit: January 30, 2018, 05:40:09 pm by Eana Unil »

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Re: Translation of the Flight of Passage
« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2018, 09:58:35 am »
I get:

0:12
Alaksi, srak? Set ngon oet.
(Ready? Now follow me.

1:04 - 1:50
Everything is quite inaudible for me until "siva ko!" (which loosely translates to "let's go, let's do it, we can do this!").

2:12
The dramatic singing + music seems to me like the singing that also appears inside the movie, meaningless snippets of syllables. Tana, tane, mama and so on.

3:26
Eywa'eveng. Ne tseltsul! (or maybe something with "... keltsun" - "impossible" or simply "oe ke tsun" - "I cannot.")
Pandora. To the whitewater rapids! - which makes no sense bc they're not going there hrh.

3:41
Just some battle cries / cries of exitement.

3:51
Ke li.
(not yet - because she's delaying the dive downward)



In to second this ^.

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Re: Translation of the Flight of Passage
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2018, 03:09:35 pm »
Irayo both for your help!

3:26
Eywa'eveng. Ne tseltsul! (or maybe something with "... keltsun" - "impossible" or simply "oe ke tsun" - "I cannot.")
Pandora. To the whitewater rapids! - which makes no sense bc they're not going there hrh.

I agree tseltsul doesn't make much sense with the context. However, after re-listening to it, I am almost certain I hear a K sound. This is the reason why at this point I chose to include Oe ke tsun in the video.

 

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