I love you in Magar language & other words

I love you?
Ngai nakoke maya jatlang
or
Ngai nakoke jaklang
or
nako nga ke maan parisle.

Magar language basic conversation:

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English: What is your name?
Magar: Nakung myarmin he ale?

English: Have you take a tea?
Magar: chho Jya ki Ma Jya?

English: How are you?
Magar: nako kuncha ale?

English: Where are you ?
Magar: nako kulak ale?

English: You are beautiful.
Magar: nako Seycha le.

English: Where had you been?
Magar: kulak nuwara raahachha nako?

English: I had gone town.
Magar: nga bazar nuwara raahachha.

English: Whose book is that?
Magar: Ise kitab su ale?

English: Who is that man?
Magar: hos bharni su ale?

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I miss you in Magar language

Ngai nakoke mahtlang.
ङै नाकोके मातलाङ।

My name is Akash.
Ngau mermen Akash aala.

You are my everything.
Nagao patta decha nagko aale.

Your are very special to me.
Nga Nakukey Dhaling Roha Jatley

Namaste in Magar language

Jhor/mijhor/jhormin – greeting
Gorak – morning
Namasin – afternoon
Chamarlak – evening
Nabi – night

Thank you, god bless you.
Jilau bhagyamani atchhane

You are beautiful.
nako Seycha le.

Hello how are you ?
Jherma na le ?

I’m fine
Nga sehema na le

Where are you ?
nako kulak ale?

Have you eat rice or not ?
Chho Jya ki Ma Jya ?

What is your name?
Nakung myarmin he ale?

What you say?
Hee decha ale.

Have you take a tea?
chho Jya ki Ma Jya?

Where had you been?
kulak nuwara raahachha nako?

I had gone Kathmandu.
nga Kathmandu nuwara raahachha.

I have gone town.
nga bazar nuwara raahachha.

How to do this one?
Ise kujana jatki ale.

Whose book is that?
Ise kitab su ale?

Who is that man?
Hos bharni su ale?

The parts of a body in Magar language

Blood – mihi/hee
Ear – kep
Eye – meek
Finger – 6yang
Hair-6am
Hand – hoot/mihut
Head – loo/miloo
Leg – heel/mihil
Lip – burdheen
Tongue – let/melet
Nail – aarkeen
Neck – doonga
Nose – minaha
Stomach – took/mitook

Learn Magar language easily with an explanation of each word with meaning.

arlaki – bechnu (sell)
armagcha- bajaune kura(instruments of music)
bika – dukhnu (pain)
badhin , bilmha – luga(clothes)
buki, buni – boknu (carry)
chho – dhan (rice)
nga – ma ( I )
phokung – arkako (other unknown person’s)
kanung – hamro ( our )
ngau – mero (my,mine)
kanukurik – hamiharu (we)
jako – ketaketi (childrens)
jakolag – ketaketiharulai (for childrens)
jha – mato (mud)
renja – arlam-yuba-yubati ( youngster)
lenja – yubak (boy)
masto – yubati ( lady)
bharmi – manchhe ( man)
lapha – sathi (friend)
sing – rukha (tree)
lung- dhunga (stone)
di – pani (water)
ima – ghar (house)
langhang – gaun (village)
gaki – piunu (drink)
jyaki -khanu ( eat)
bilkhi – luga-lagaunu (wear clothes)
hupki – chhopnu (cover)
ngoski – hernu (see, take care)
jatki – garnu ( do )
jhalni – jharnuhos (come down)
jyat – bhat (cooked rice)
hurki – dhunu (wash)
mirapdi – ashu (tear)
mimik – ankha (eyes)
mihut – hat (hand)
mihil – khutta (leg)
misyak – danta (teeth)
miburni – otha ( lips)
melek – jibro ( toungue)
mituk – pet,aanga (stomatch)
mitalu – tauko (head)
michham – kapal (hair)
misni – sutnuhos (sleep)
nguchathau – basne-thau (living placce)
nguni – basnuhos (sit down)
rapki – runu (weep)
rekki,retki – hasnu (laugh)
rikki – lekhnu (write)
siki – marnu (die)
satki – marnu (kill)
soni – uthnuhos (wake up)
paddiski,pardiski – padhnu (study, read)
hwani – hidnuhos (walk)
kherni – dagurnuhos (run)
kalni – chadnuhos (ride , climb)
kurhuki – ladnu ( fall down)
geski – khelnu (play)
loki – kinnu (buy)
laki – linu (take)
buli – char (four)
banga – panch (five)
namas – pani parnu (rain)
rani – aunu (come)
kani – launu (put)
dani – rakhnu (keep)
majakhata – ramrari (with care,safely)
kat – ek (one)
nis – dui (two )
som – tin (three)
hanga – chha (six)
danga -sat (seven)
goli – aath (eight)
gatha – nau (nine)
thyak – dus (ten)
mija- chhora (son,daughter)
mai – ama (mother)
boi – buba (father)
dai – didi (older sister)
dajeko – dai (older borther)
niba – fufaju (father side aunt’s husband)
nini -fufu (father’s sister)
pakhi – siknu (learn)
pahakki – sikaunu (teach)
deki – bhannu (say)
lingki – gaunu (sing)
syaki – nachnu (dance)
misle – sutnu(sleep)
hwaki – hidnu(walk)
myakki – birsinu(forget)
bilkhi – lagaunu (wear clothes)
hupki – chhopnu(cover)
foki – kholnu(open)
thunki – bandagarnu(close)
tekdiki – teknu(use stick for walk)
mata or mahta – haraunu(lost)
meh or me – aago(fire)
namcha – ganhayeko(smell)
nghet – gai(cow)
sikcha – dadheko(burned)
thor – goru(ox)
raha – bakhra(goat)
gwa – kukhura(hen)
wakko – sungur (pig)
jhaang – bhui(floor)
guma – maiju(auntie from mother’s side)
sidi – tel(oil)
khoryakki – kapal kornu(comb)
khangra – doko( bamboo basket)
dungcha – pitnu(beat,hit )
satcha – marnu(kill)
khascha- banaunu (make)
khyancha – hakungo(light,lesswieght)
lochcha – lamo (long)
tuncha – chhoto (short)
secha – ramro(good, beautiful)
jescha – suhayeko(suited,fitted,goodlooking)
mascho – naramro(bad)
makcha – tallo (down,lower one)
Mapa – miss
mahaja – keti (girl)
ngacha -bolnu(speak)
bapa – sir (teacher)
bhaya – bhai (younger brother)
dajai – dai (brother)
dhemcha – mathillo(up,above,upper one)
hile lafa – k 6 sathi
lasso le – dhanybad 6
lafa – sathi (friend)
lischa – garungo(heavy load)
wharcha – janne (intelligent)
usa – ausadhi (medicine)

What is your name in Magar language ?
Ise kitab su ale?

English: What is your name in Magar language ?
Magar: Nakung myarmin he ale?

I had gone town.
nga bazar nuwara raahachha.

Where had you been?
kulak nuwara raahachha nako?

About Magar language:

There are many languages spoken in Nepal among which the Magar language is also one of them. Magar is the eighth major mother language speaker ethnic group according to the Census conducted in 2011 and 788,580 people speak Magar language. Magar language is mainly spoken in Nepal and other parts such as in some parts of India, Southern Bhutan, etc. These days Magar people have been spread across the world but in India and Bhutan number of Magar people is higher than in other parts of the world. Magar people is living in different parts of Nepal like in Bheri, Dhaulagiri, and Rapti zones.

There are different types of Magar such as Dhut Magar, Kham Magar, and three-different mother tongues—Kham, Kaike, and Dhut language. Pronounciation of the Magar language might be slightly different from place to place but there are two Magar languages Eastern Magar and Western Magar. According to the mythology, the Magars evolved from two types of caves namely Pelma Khar Pu and Yoma Khar Pu.

Numbers in Magar language

kat – 1
nis – 2
som – 3
buli – 4
banga – 5
to – 6
tun – 7
k – 8
ku – 9
chu – 10
chukat – 11
chunis – 12
chusom – 13
chubuli – 14

Names of weeks in Magar language

sunday – namyak
monday – gyayak
tuesday – dhachya
wednesday – maryak
thursday – karangyak
friday – hochyak
saturday – jaryak/jhiryak.

Months in Magar language

baishak – dakshahak
jestha – ghorshahak
ashad – nasshaha
sharwan – makashahak
bhadra – ghaishahak
sahoj – marshahak
kartik – kawashahak
mangsir – rangshahak
poush – mungshahak
magh – ladshahak
falgun – khurshahak
chaitra – fapshahak

Animals name in Magar language

chiu – dog
suthu – cat
ryha – goat
wak – pig
goa – hen
barda – ox
het – cow
rogotyk – frog
disya – fish
goaja – chicken
gharua – spider
du – insect
mapilap/miplap – btrfly
rangsila – bear
bhapsila – fox
kisya – dear
patlangit – earthworm
kharaha – rabbit
jimha – housefly
bul – snake
kirik – parrot
molo – eagle
ray – crab
bankar – monkey
ghos – bea

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