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    Quote Originally Posted by DMXX View Post
    Yes, I made several changes earlier to the Persian column, but nothing changed even though it indicated "saved" afterwards.
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    Last edited by Kurd; 12-14-2015 at 03:17 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurd View Post
    This is the new link https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...fLHxOg/pubhtml

    If this does not work, do you mind downloading and uploading it yourself, and sharing the link. Thanks
    Still doesn't work, but please see the final comment on the previous page, I've already done precisely as requested in advance.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMXX View Post
    Still doesn't work, but please see the final comment on the previous page, I've already done precisely as requested in advance.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing
    Actually DMXX nevermind, the link I posted in the starting post is working properly. I just checked. Sorry for the trouble
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mingle View Post
    How do you say the following words in Kurdish? I have a feeling they'll sound similar to Pashto.

    Cat, rain, red, butt, cold.
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    Pishik, baraan, soor, saar(a)
    In Balochi:






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    I updated the list with some of the Balochi words Khana posted. Thanks alot Khana, much appreciated! I did not add some of the Balochi / Kurdi common words, because I know them to be the same in Farsi, but I am entering them into another spreadsheet that I am maintaining, so keep posting Khana

    I am noticing some words are common between Balochi/Kurdi/Pashto, but some are only Kurdi /Pashto, and some are Kurdi / Balochi. The Kurdi / Balochi common ones can be explained as shared ancestry, or in some cases simply common Kurdi / Farsi / Balochi. The ones common only between Kurdi / Pashto are a mystery.

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    Added the Persian equivalents, plus added the words for snow and winter.

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    In the Pasto 'kawam' and the Kurdi 'tkam' I can see Indic influence. In European Romani 'kam' is love or want. Didn't expect I'd recognize anything :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Powell View Post
    In the Pasto 'kawam' and the Kurdi 'tkam' I can see Indic influence. In European Romani 'kam' is love or want. Didn't expect I'd recognize anything :-)
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    In Kurmanji variant Kurdish it is actually as below

    Ez ji te hez dikim.
    I - to - you - love (present continuous tense-1st singular)

    hez means love in Kurdish, it's actually an Arabic loanword hence it needs additonal verb kirin (to do) di-ki-m(present continuous tense-to do-1st singular) here
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    Quote Originally Posted by MfA View Post
    In Kurmanji variant Kurdish it is actually as below

    Ez ji te hez dikim.
    I - to - you - love (present continuous tense-1st singular)

    hez means love in Kurdish, it's actually an Arabic loanword hence it needs additonal verb kirin (to do) di-ki-m(present continuous tense-to do-1st singular) here
    I can speak somewhat decent Arabic, and in arabic it actually is houb. They say "A hibak" for I love you

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