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Mando'a Lesson 8

Armour                       Beskar'gam
Armoured                   Beskaryc
Backpack                    Birgaan
Beltspat                      Kama
Boots                         Cetare
Crushgaunt                Shuk'orok
Gauntlet                     Kom'rk
Helmet                        Buy'ce
Jetpack                       Sen'tra
Sigil on Armour           Aliik
Underwear/bodysuit (clothing worn under armour)          Kute

Atillery                       Tracyaat
Blade                         Kal
Blaster                       Tracy'uur
Grenade                     Goore
Lightsaber                 Jetii'kad/Kad'au
Mine                           Vhey
Missle                         Be'senaar
Needle/Spike             Bev
Saber/Sword             Kad
Scabbard/Sheath      Dalab
Saber (curved) of Beskargam             Beskad

Bear arms/Carry            Jurir
Camouflage                   Hodasalar

Where is the Seargent?  Over there.  He's the man in red armour, carrying a blaster and a saber.

Vaii [cuy] [haar] Ruus'alor?  Jaon ibac.  Kaysh [cuy] [haar] jag o'r getal beskargam, jur  tracy'uur bal beskad.

Notes:  In the sentence I have put the words "is" and "the" in square brackets to mark their place, (mainly to make it easier for me to translate between the two languages) but in Mando'a the words are not present in the conversation unless used empathetically.
Sorry this lesson is so short, and that it repeats a bit of a previous lesson. I thought the items kinda went together, and wanted to use it that way.

Having internet problems again, that's why so short. Thank you to all who show interest in these, hopefully the next one can be a little more comprehensive.

Mando'a was created by Karen Traviss and belongs to StarWars.
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CaroShadow Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2010  Hobbyist
vor'e. ner vod
nothing wrong with short.
and putting items together is useful too.

keep em coming :D
Linzero Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you ^_^ I always worry though that the short ones just look so last minute. I started off with much longer ones, because those I already had kicking around. I didn't realize how much time it would take me to make more from scratch!
CaroShadow Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2010  Hobbyist
true. long ones look ... better.
but it's also better to have frequent updates even if that means short ones :D
OrochiBloodRiot Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2010
awsome //_^
Linzero Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! ^_^
OrochiBloodRiot Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2010
my pleasure //_^
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