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Italian to English Trans

Postby Cross » 17 Sep 2005, 19:51

I am looking for the tanslation for the word EVERYTHING. I have 2 different trans and am trying to figure out which one to use. The trans that I have are:Tutto and Ogni Cosa,which one is equal to the statement:Everything. I am confused please help me
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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby suanj » 17 Sep 2005, 19:53

Tutto is better..
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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby Cross » 17 Sep 2005, 21:00

what kind of italian script would you suggest,looking for something italian/historic/old skool. Also where might I find it
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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby suanj » 17 Sep 2005, 21:34

sorry I no understand about "skool" word, because don't is in my dictionary... that you need with precision? thanks, suanj
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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby mfjp » 17 Sep 2005, 21:48

old school... " di scuola vecchia" maybe old fashioned... old style...

Cross, are you looking for a downloadable font - typeface?

http://simplythebest.net/fonts/fonts/it ... rsive.html

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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby Cross » 17 Sep 2005, 23:10

Yes, Thank you for all your help. Looking for something old fashioned italian
It is script for a tattoo
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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby suanj » 18 Sep 2005, 01:33

ah well, thank mfjp, now I understand that skool is school! Oh, this" k" for "ch" is very unpleasant.... already you replied......good tattoo cross!(!) regards, suanj
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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby midosakr » 02 Oct 2005, 05:30

help! i need someone to translate a phrase for me.. it says

riuscirò a nom amarto solo quando un pittore cieco dipingerà le rumore di un petalo di rosa caduto in un castello mai ESISTITO

i dont understand anything!! please help me!! thanx
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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby mfjp » 02 Oct 2005, 06:20

hmmm.. sounds interesting... hope it makes sense to you...

I will succeed in "nom amarto" only when a blind painter paints the
sound of a rose petal fallen in a castle that never EXISTED

"amarto" = fate?? succeed in the name of fate??

Other opinions would be needed....

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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby Xaymara » 02 Oct 2005, 06:36

mfjp wrote:
"amarto" = fate?? succeed in the name of fate??

Other opinions would be needed....

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"nom amarto" is a typo ... it should say "non amarti".
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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby mfjp » 02 Oct 2005, 08:48

So it should be...

riuscirò a non amarti solo quando un pittore cieco dipingerà le rumore di un petalo di rosa caduto in un castello mai ESISTITO

So, how would you translate this now?

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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby Xaymara » 02 Oct 2005, 09:17

The phrase posted by midosakr is a rather popular love phrase used in SMS’s. There are slight variations of the phrase which is allegedly attributed to Jim Morrison. There's another typo on the phrase; it should be "il rumore".
I think your translation is good.

"I will succeed in not loving you only when a blind painter paints the
sound of a rose petal fallen in a castle that never EXISTED"
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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby mfjp » 02 Oct 2005, 09:37

You mean Jim Morrison, the singer that used to have really nice hair?

is a rather popular love phrase used in SMS’s.



:oops: what is SMS? :oops:

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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby Xaymara » 02 Oct 2005, 09:55

mfjp wrote:You mean Jim Morrison, the singer that used to have really nice hair?

is that what he was famous for? :wink:


:oops: what is SMS? :oops:

Short Message Service: a text message sent using cell phones.
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Re: Italian to English Trans

Postby mfjp » 02 Oct 2005, 10:00

is that what he was famous for? :wink:


well.... no.... :P his poster did quite well...

:oops: what is SMS? :oops:
Short Message Service: a text message sent using cell phones.


yes... OK... I did a google search and thought.. that's a lot of text to send as a text message....

Thank you!! Wonder what really happened to Jim...

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