Twái mans þáiei waitei ga-dailans fram ISIS in Maraukái fastans

Brunna: AFP/Ali Al-Saadi

In Maraukái twái mann þáiei aufto ga-dailans fram sunitiskáizōs haifstahansa
Islamitisks Land, soei was ISIS, fastans sind.

Twái mans wildēdun gaggan du Saurjái usþrōþjan jah afar þata stigqan in Maraukái.

Twái mann habidēdun ga-wisseis miþ ekstrēmistam aljakundaím. Bi Rabata mais þáu
þūsundjōm Maraukanáim stigqan miþ IS in Saurjái jah Iraka. þiudinassjus us-nēmun airis
dailōs spadingiwē þáiei stugqun aíþþau þar wildēdun stigqan.

Spill qimiþ in mēla in þammei harjis Maraukis manwuba habeiþ faúr ekstrēmistam.
Harjis satiþs luftaskairmjasarwōs* and all gawi bi-sitande bi baúrgs mikilái jah and
markans bi Algeriái jah Mawritanjái.

Duƕē mais harjisaktivitēt ist, kunþs nïst, ak mēdja þar þagkjand ei þiudinassus gadrōbniþ
ana-qisseis terōrista.

 

haifstahansa = network of terrorists (literally: fight company)

luftaskairmjasarwōs = air defence

mēdja = media

 

Vocabulary for Gothic starters:

waitei = maybe

fastan = to arrest

wildēdun = wanted

usþrōþjan = to exercise

stigqan = to fight

ga-wiss = connection

aljakunds = foreign, from another country

þiudinassus = gouvernment

þiudinassjus = gouvernments

airis = earlier

spadingiwē = of the fighters

manwuba = prepared, ready

and gawi bi-sitande = around

marka = border

gadrōbnan = to think of something bad

ana-qiss = attack

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Twái mans þáiei waitei ga-dailans fram ISIS in Maraukái fastans

  1. a complete translation would be nice…..im a firm basic gothic speaker…which means I get by in goth but your imput in English would be very helpful…..

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    • Instead of a complete translation in English I decided to add translations of all the difficult words which aren’t present that much in the Gothic bible. In this way you can also use this newsblog to learn new words and the problem of complete translations is that you don’t always know the translation of seperate words, in this way you know.

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