Sunday, January 22, 2006

Just Saying NO

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Sometimes... the most useful thing to say... is NO!
Here's a sampling of a how to say "NO" around the galaxy:
+---------------+------------------------------+
| NO | Alien Language/Meaning |
+---------------+------------------------------+
| Den | No. [Ewok] |
| Muawa | No. [Wookie] |
| hia | no, oh no (interj) (Romulan) |
| ahht | no (UTA Romulan) |
| Noah | No. [Hutt] |
| Nobata | ?. No. [Hutt] |
| Nokeezx | No. [Bocce] |
| Nosa | No. [Gungan] |
| Nyeta | No. [Jawa] |
| ghobe' | no [Klingon] |
| nirsh | no [Vulcan] |
+---------------+------------------------------+

And back on planet Earth:
+-----------------------+------------------+
| Afrikaans | Nee |
| Albanian | Jo |
| Amharic | Aye |
| Arabic | laa |
| Armenian | Votch |
| Asturian | non, nun |
| Azerbaijani | - Yox |
| Basque | Ez |
| Bengali | Na |
| Bosnian | Ne |
| Breton | Nann |
| Bulgarian | Ne |
| Cantonese | m hai |
| Catalan | No |
| Chipewyan | Een-ley |
| Cornish | Na |
| Creole | Non |
| Croatian | Ne |
| Czech | Ne |
| Dagaare | Ai |
| Danish | Nej |
| Dutch | Nee |
| English | No |
| Esperanto | Ne |
| Estonian | Ei |
| Eurish | No |
| Farsi | Nah |
| Finnish | Ei |
| French | Non |
| Frisian | Nee |
| Galician | Nom - Non |
| Georgian | ara |
| German | Nein |
| Greek | O'hi |
| Gujarati | naa |
| Hawaiian | `A`ole |
| Hebrew | lo |
| Hindi | nahi |
| Holooe | M--si |
| Hungarian | Nem |
| Icelandic | Nei |
| Ido | No |
| Indonesian | Tidak |
| Interlingua | No |
| Irish | ni hea, nil |
| Italian | No |
| Japanese | Iie |
| Korean | A-nim-ni-da , |
| | A-ni-yo |
| Latin | Non, Minime |
| Latvian | Ne- |
| Lithuanian | Ne |
| Luganda | Nedda |
| Malaysian | tidak |
| Mandarin | bu shi |
| Marshallese | Jaab |
| Mazahua | pcokh |
| Norwegian | Nei |
| Occitan | Non, nani |
| | (formal) |
| Polish | Nie |
| Portuguese | Nao |
| Brazilian Portuguese | Nao |
| Quechua | Manan |
| Romanian | Nu |
| Russian | Net |
| Serbian | Ne |
| Sesotho | Tjhee |
| Sinhala | Nae- |
| Slovak | nie |
| Slovenian | Ne |
| Spanish | No |
| Swahili | Hapana |
| Swedish | Nej |
| Tagalog | Hindi |
| Thai | mai-chai/mai-oua |
| Tswana | Nnyaa. |
| Turkish | hay?r |
| Ukrainian | ni |
| Vietnamese | Khong |
| Welsh | Nage |
| Wolof | Deedeet |
| Xhosa | Hayi |
| Yiddish | neyn |
| Zulu | cha |
+-----------------------+------------------+






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