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Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 25 Jun 2008, 12:14
by MAFRAT
it was just a critique. Or an opinion.Or an experience.
You like it or not.
Maybe you can ask yourself :wink: or You can ask to them :wink:
i am soooooo sorrryyyy that i said "the king is naked"
Unfortunatelly it's the truth.
Anyway.

Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 25 Jun 2008, 14:09
by avetik
whatever

Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 25 Jun 2008, 15:29
by Hayasa
artem wrote:
Hayasa wrote:I'm an armenian from Armenia,and currently live ther.
I have no connection with Hamsheni Armenian, but as a true armenian patriot, very and very interested on it.

Hi Hayasa,
I think the theme of Hamshenis is very interesting because we all are brothers and sisters foremost.

Best regards
:wink:


Hi Artem.
Yes right we are brothers and sisters !
Religion ,in this case, is in last place.The main purpose of mine(I think of us as well) is as much as possible keeping of their uniquity and not be asimilated by other nations(turks,laz or any other).

Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 25 Jun 2008, 21:51
by LaLa
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Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 25 Jun 2008, 22:59
by avetik
Many truck drivers from East of Turkey are Hemshinli. They transport loads to Armenia via Georgian territory. While in Armenia, some of them chose to convert to Christianity, whether openly or in secret, due to personal realization that they have Armenian blood. As such, they feel quite comfortable in Armenia among THEIR people. What else I can say on this subject. Nothing.

Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 26 Jun 2008, 10:29
by MAFRAT
avetik wrote:Many truck drivers from East of Turkey are Hemshinli. They transport loads to Armenia via Georgian territory. While in Armenia, some of them chose to convert to Christianity, whether openly or in secret, due to personal realization that they have Armenian blood. As such, they feel quite comfortable in Armenia among THEIR people. What else I can say on this subject. Nothing.


there is a scientific research or a statistic or an official information about this topic :!:

Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 26 Jun 2008, 10:41
by MAFRAT
LaLa wrote:
MAFRAT wrote:


To start with, I think it was very coward of you to intentionally state your comment in turkish .



Wow! who speaks Turkish,
i will reply, but i am busy now.

Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 26 Jun 2008, 14:30
by avetik
MAFRAT wrote:there is a scientific research or a statistic or an official information about this topic :!:


And the obvious answer is -- no, nothing official.

Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 26 Jun 2008, 21:15
by Hay
avetik wrote:
MAFRAT wrote:there is a scientific research or a statistic or an official information about this topic :!:


And the obvious answer is -- no, nothing official.


Wow, that's a very interesting piece of information Avetik. Thanks.

But if it's not a problem, may I ask the source for it? I mean do you actually know such people or did you hear it from somewhere?

Best Regards

Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 26 Jun 2008, 21:29
by LaLa
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Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 26 Jun 2008, 23:26
by avetik
What source do you ask me for? I don't have a magazine article or a scientific publication on this topic. But I know, it happens. People talk, tell stories about themselves and other people they know, that's how information is shared sometimes, not through government, media or academic research. People's stories are equally important, and one of my friends told me this in the chat. If you don't want to believe it, you can safely ignore what I've said.

Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 30 Jun 2008, 17:30
by MAFRAT
HALLO GUYS :wink:
HMMM, IT'S TOOOO HARD TO SAY BUT I'M LEAVING THIS FORUM.
I GOT A MESSAGE.

"""""You are a candidate for ban
MAFRAT yazdı:
do you want to visit me?..
MAFRAT yazdı:
Hayasa, I guess your nickname is not "Avetik". Right?...

MAFRAT, if you continue showing disrespect by insulting me and others this forum, I will ban you from the forum immediately and forever. Consider this an official warning, be polite and mind good manners.""""

IT DOESNT MATTER ANYMORE. YOU CAN DO WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO. I'M STILL A HEMŞİNLİ... :lol:
THANK YOU ALL. BYE BYE
SÜRC-İ LİSAN ETTİKSE AFFOLA :wink:

Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 01 Jul 2008, 05:19
by avetik
MAFRAT wrote:I'M STILL A HEMŞİNLİ... :lol:

I doubt it. I think, you are as much of a Turk as it gets.
Have a good life, MAFRAT. See you later.

Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 01 Jul 2008, 08:23
by Hayasa
what is the difference

inch enoguk?
and
inch enik?
as I see "inch enik"- is "what to do?" or "what'll we do?"

Thanks

Re: Hamshen vocabulary / Hemsince kelimeler (3)

PostPosted: 01 Jul 2008, 14:50
by MAFRAT
avetik wrote:
MAFRAT wrote:I'M STILL A HEMŞİNLİ... :lol:

I doubt it. I think, you are as much of a Turk as it gets.
Have a good life, MAFRAT. See you later.


Benim ne olduğumdan çok senin ne olduğun daha önemli.
Asasını vurup Nil nehrini yardıktan sonra halkını vaadedilmiş topraklara götüren Musa Peygamber rolündesin.
Her dediğin vahiy gibi mübarek.
Hatta dedikodular bile eğer sen aktarıyorsan gerçeklik kazanıyor.
Ama önce bi kırk fırın kadar ekmek yemen lazım. Kepekli olursa bağırsaklarına iyi gelir, ekmek. Sana da good luck canım. Bayağı bir ihtiyacın olacak. :lol:

By the way, Can u delete my account? El alışkanlığı işte foruma girip duruyorum.
:wink: