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421Translation - English-Ancient greek - Don´t say "I love you". Let me feel it!

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Don´t say "I love you". Let me feel it!
Submitted by sinisaacim
Source language: English

Don´t say "I love you". Let me feel it!
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Μὴ εἴπῃς „Φιλῶ σε”. Ὀσφραίνεσθαι τοῦτο μοὶ ἐιπέ!
Ancient greek

Translated by Aneta B.
Target language: Ancient greek

Μὴ εἴπῃς „Φιλῶ σε”. Ἂν τοῦτο αἰσθάνωμαι!
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Last validated or edited by Francky5591 - 2 November 2010 12:38

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18 November 2009 01:06

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"Οσφραίνομαι" means "smell" and "λέγω" means "say".
Also maybe we should use imperative for the first sentence?
How about something like "'Έα μέ αίσθεσθαι"?

18 November 2009 07:53

Aneta B.
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Yes you're right! Ὀσφραίνεσθαι = smell. This is because in Polish we use the same verb "czuć, poczuć" when we want to say "smell" or "feel"

Yes it should be "αίσθεσθαι = feel" here, but I suppose we should put it in conjunctive to get "let me feel it"...

Thank you, irini.

18 November 2009 08:18

Aneta B.
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So, I propose: "ἂν τοῦτο αἰσθάνωμαι"
What do you think, irini?

29 November 2009 21:04

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who say that miracles happen-moze li ovo na bosanski?

2 December 2009 18:45

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ἂν τοῦτο αἰσθάνωμαι sounds very good!

2 December 2009 21:24

Aneta B.
Number of messages: 4487
Yes, it was my second proposal, Efee. Thank you for the confirmation.
So, I think we are supposed to accept this version:

Μὴ εἴπῃς „Φιλῶ σε”. Ἂν τοῦτο αἰσθάνωμαι!