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Oel ngati kameie aysmuk
« on: March 13, 2010, 03:59:50 pm »
 Kaltxì ma Na'vi nìwotx!

      I am Rick and new to the community. The way of the Na'vi people is sooo close to the spiritual path i have been a part of for over 20 years. I love everything about the culture presented by the Na'vi people. I am so glad ot be on here with you all.. I would like to know how to acquire a Na'vi name. If anyone has any suggestions or can guide me in the right direction =D

Awve ultxari ohengeyä, Nawma Sa’nok lrrtok siveiyi!

Rick
« Last Edit: March 15, 2010, 03:17:05 am by Txura eyktan »
’Awve ultxari ohengeyä, Nawma Sa’nok lrrtok siveiyi.

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Re: Oel ngati kameie aysmuk
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2010, 04:33:00 pm »
Kaltxi ma Rick,

I guess Rick comes from Richard? Richard is an old Germanic name, and seems to mean something like rich & strong, while it could also mean rich in strength (or strong in richness?).

Strength is tìtxur, txan means "great/much/many", so maybe something like Tìtxurtxan or Txantìtxur? Or you look for some words that describe best what you want to be or want to be seen as, there's somewhere a pdf file with a dictionary (I think it's linked on the main homepage).

And I think "Hello everyone" would be "kxaltì ma frapo". Frapo is everyone as a noun, while nìwotx seems to be an Adverb, that goes together with verbs like in:

Oel nìwotx kame ngati. - I completely/all (of)/in toto understand/see you.

Kiyevame.
srungìri ftära tsyokxìl ngeyä
ke ivomum futa pesuru
lu srung skiena tsyokxta ngeyä
ulte Jesus a nerìn ayfo pamlltxe
san sutehu lu keltsun
slä Yawähu frakem tsunslu sìk.

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Re: Oel ngati kameie aysmuk
« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2010, 04:44:11 pm »
Kaltxi,

You are in the right place for Na'vi langauge.
Take a look at the following links:
To gain some vocab quickly , you can go to this page:
http://www.learnnavi.org/navi-vocabulary/#vocab
From there you can hear and download varity of words.

Also there is the complete package for a beginner right here:
http://forum.learnnavi.org/beginners/%28for-beginners%29-links-to-useful-documents/

For any question you have, you are encouraged to use the appropriate forum.

Hope you will have a great time around! 




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Tìmuiäyä'itan. I think you are right. 
 

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Re: Oel ngati kameie aysmuk
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2010, 05:08:35 pm »
irayo ma frapo! a name will be hard to choose.. thank you for the suggestions so far! htey are awesome.. i like the way hte ejectives sound .. so primal and distinct and htat name has 2!  hehe..
’Awve ultxari ohengeyä, Nawma Sa’nok lrrtok siveiyi.

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Re: Oel ngati kameie aysmuk
« Reply #4 on: March 13, 2010, 05:10:09 pm »
Welcome to the forum! It's one of the friendliest places around :)

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Re: Oel ngati kameie aysmuk
« Reply #5 on: March 13, 2010, 05:11:27 pm »
welcome and I wish you the best with learning na'vi  ;D

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Re: Oel ngati kameie aysmuk
« Reply #6 on: March 13, 2010, 05:15:21 pm »
Thank you so much.. would love to be able to get on that skype call with folks =D..  am gonna make a skype name just for the Na'vi .. but am waiting on figuring out my name first lol
’Awve ultxari ohengeyä, Nawma Sa’nok lrrtok siveiyi.

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Re: Oel ngati kameie aysmuk
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