Dictionary/Wordbook for international Pastafarianism

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Postby StephyMerirosvo on Fri Dec 02, 2005 6:54 am

Jacques Cartier! Quel est le sens de QQMSVF? Qu'est-ce Que le Monstre Spaghetti Volant Ferait??

QFMSV mis pour Que ferait le Monstre Spaghetti Volant
On décide quoi?
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Postby don juan on Fri Dec 02, 2005 2:41 pm

StephyMerirosvo wrote:Jacques Cartier! Quel est le sens de QQMSVF? Qu'est-ce Que le Monstre Spaghetti Volant Ferait??

QFMSV mis pour Que ferait le Monstre Spaghetti Volant
On décide quoi?

En écrivant QFMSV, en parlant QQMSVF :mrgreen:
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Postby satyriasis on Fri Dec 02, 2005 5:42 pm

Hanse wrote:
Lubber wrote:Suggestions for norwegian words. If anyone can think of any better, say so

English - Norwegian
Flying Spaghetti Monster - Flygende spaghettimonster
Pirat - Pirat, sjørøver
Noodly Appendage - Nudlete vedheng, nuddelslep
Midgit(s) - Dverg(er)
Garlic Bread - Hvitløksbrød
tasty - Smakfullt
delicious - Deilig, digg
Meatball(s) - Kjøttbolle(r)
Tomato - Tomat
Cheese - Ost


To keep the biblicalities in place, we ought to consider a few minor amendments to the list, such as;

Tasty = Velsmakende
Delicious = Delikat


Guys, lets not forget:
WWFSMD = HVFSMG
Beer Volcano = Ølvulkan
Stripper Factory = Stripperfabrikk
Midget = Dverg
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Postby Swatopluk on Sat Dec 03, 2005 9:06 am

Come on, folks!
Still some languages left.
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Re: Dictionary/Wordbook for international Pastafarianism

Postby orys on Thu Dec 15, 2005 9:53 pm

English - Polish (Angielsko - Polski)
Flying Spaghetti Monster - Latający Potwór Spaghetti [Latajacy Potwor Spaghetti]
Pirat - "pirat" or "korsarz"
Noodly Appendage - makaronowa wypustka
Midget - karzeł [karzel]
Garlic Bread - pieczywo czosnkowe
tasty - smakowity
delicious - przepyszny
Meatball(s) - pulpeciki (but in simply translation it will be "Mięsne [miesne] kulki")
Tomato - pomidor
Cheese - ser
Touched - dotknięty [Dotkniety]
Beer Volcano - wulkan piwny

If you can't see polish letters here (there are some troubles with this) i put version without polish special signs in [brackets]

Simply polish/english translator you can find on http://portalwiedzy.onet.pl/tlumacz.html

So, try translate my signature :-)

P.S. My english isn't too good, so if someone knows better translation, please let me know that :-)
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Postby Swatopluk on Fri Dec 16, 2005 7:18 am

Thank you, orys!
In your other posts the Polish letters seem to work.
And I can spot the 'drunkard's L' here.
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Postby Barbarian on Fri Dec 30, 2005 11:52 am

English-Hungarian:
Flying Spaghetti Monster - Repülő Spagettiszörny
Pirat - kalóz
Noodly Appendage - tésztás nyúlvány
Midget - törpe
Garlic Bread - fokhagymás kenyér
tasty - jóízű
delicious - ízletes
Meatball(s) - húsgombóc(ok)
Tomato - paradicsom
Cheese - sajt
Touched - [meg]érintve
Beer Volcano - sörvulkán

The last term causes me headache, because it uses the neologism "vulkán" for volcano, and I am a traditionalist frowning at neologisms. The alternative, more widespread word for volcano is "tűzhányó", literally "fire-thrower". I could use it to coin a new word "sörhányó" which would be immediately recognizable as a direct term for beer volcano (its advantage is that it is not a qualified construct, more like a single-word substitute for "volcano" meaning "beer volcano"). Unfortunately the coined word also happens to mean "the one who vomits beer". I need some serious FSMologic input here from anyone who can be bothered: can I use a term like this, does the alternative meaning fit with the tenets of FSMology?

(Just found out we do not have a word for 'stripper' :shock: . Will have to coin a term for Stripper Factory on my own...)
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Postby Swatopluk on Fri Dec 30, 2005 12:02 pm

We need creativity!
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Postby anon1mat0 on Fri Dec 30, 2005 12:17 pm

A few things in spanish:

WWFSMD: QHMVE, Que Haría el Monstruo Volador de Espagueti
Stripper Factory: Fabrica de Desnudistas (podría ser confundido como nudistas de acuerdo al uso castizo, sería interesante saber que palabra usan en España).

An interesting translation I saw for Noodly Appendage was:

Sutil (subtle) Apéndice

It isn't a literal translation but sounds better than "Apéndice de Pasta" or "Fideo".
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Postby ideafix on Tue Jan 03, 2006 9:01 pm

For Spanish, I think

Noodly Appendage could be
Apéndice Pastoso o Apéndice Fideoso.
It doesn't have to sound nice, just funny. =)

And Midgit: Enano

I plan to translate the Noodly Scriptures of His Sauced Monster to spanish, has anyone already started this effort?
Bring Thy Noodleness upon this humble midigt
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Postby Swatopluk on Wed Jan 04, 2006 9:18 am

Not that I know.
I still have to translate my German stuff into English.
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Postby anon1mat0 on Wed Jan 04, 2006 10:14 am

It could be Apéndice de Semolina too.

Ideafix, if you want some help send me a PM.
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Re: Dictionary/Wordbook for international Pastafarianism

Postby nyj0r on Wed Jan 25, 2006 4:17 pm

Swatopluk wrote:Cheese - caseo

I think cheese is caseus...
I have to learn this *hit at school....:cry:
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Postby Swatopluk on Thu Jan 26, 2006 6:35 am

I checked the dictionary on that. But Latin was not a static language and this (-us) may be a late simplification. On can even find vinus (instead of vinum) in the second half of the first century.
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Re: Dictionary/Wordbook for international Pastafarianism

Postby Grim Squeaker on Fri Jan 27, 2006 4:59 am

English - Dutch

the Flying Spaghetti Monster - het Vliegende Spaghetti-Monster
Flying Spaghetti Monster - Vliegend Spaghetti-Monster
the Pirat - de Piraat / de Zeerover
his Noodly Appendage - zijn Noodlevormig Aanhangsel (free translation)
Midgit(s) - Dwerg(en)
the Garlic Bread - het Knoflookbrood
tasty - lekker
delicious - heerlijk
the Meatball(s) - de Gehaktbal(len) (big ones), de Soepbal(len) (soup)
the Tomato - de Tomaat
the Cheese - de Kaas
the stripper factory - de stripperfabriek
the beer vulcano - de biervulkaan
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