Sakha phrasebook

Sakha, or Yakut (Саха тыла) is a Turkic language spoken in Sakha Republic.

. . . Sakha phrasebook . . .

Common signs

OPEN 
CLOSED 
ENTRANCE 
EXIT 
PUSH 
PULL 
TOILET 
MEN 
WOMEN 
FORBIDDEN 
Hello. 
Эҕэрдэ. (e-GHER-de)
Hello. (informal) 
Дорообо. (doh-ROO-bow)
How are you? 
Хайдах олороҕут? (khay-DAKH-olo-ROGH-ut)
Fine, thank you. 
Махтал, үчүгэй. (makh-TAL, uch-UG-ey)
What is your name? 
Ааккыт ким диэний? (ak-UHT-keem-DI-en-NEE ?)
My name is ______ . 
Мин аатым ______ . (meen-AAT-uhm _____ .)
Nice to meet you. 
Билсиһиинэн. (beel-SIH-iin-EN) – lit. “with acqiantance”
Please. 
. ( )
Thank you. 
Махтал. (makh-TAL )
Thank you (Response). 
Улахан махтал. (ool-LAKH-an-MAKH-tal)
You’re welcome. 
Нөрүөн нөргүй. (hoe-RUE-oen-NOER-guee )
Yes. 
Кыратык. (kuh-RAT-uhk )
No. 
. ( )
Excuse me. (getting attention) 
Бырастыы гыныҥ. (buh-RAS-tuh-GUHN-nuhn )
Excuse me. (begging pardon) 
. ( )
I’m sorry. 
Бырастыы гыныҥ. (buh-RAS-tuh-GUHN-nuhn)
Goodbye 
Көрсүөххэ дылы. (koer-SUOE-khe-DUH-luh )
Goodbye (informal) 
Пакаа. (Poh-KAH )
I can’t speak Sakha [well]. 
Мин [сахалыы] үчүгэйдик сатаан саҥарбаппын. ( Min [Sa kha lyy] uchu-gey-dik sataan sa-NGAR-bap-pyn)
Do you speak English? 
Эн английскайдыы саҥараҕын ? (En aŋ-liy-skay-dyy saŋ-ara-ghyn? ?)
Is there someone here who speaks English? 
Ким эмит английскадыы саҥарар дуо? (Kim emit aŋ-gliy-skay-DYY saŋarar duo?)
Help! 
! ( !)
Look out! 
! ( !)
Good morning. 
Үтүө сарсыарданан. (oo-TUOE-sar-SUH-ar-DAN-an )
Good afternoon. 
Үтүө күнүнэн. (oo-TUOE-kun-UN-en)
Good evening. 
Үтүө киэһэнэн. (oo-TUOE-kie-HEN-en )
Good night. 
. ( )
Good night (to sleep) 
. ( )
I don’t understand. 
Өйдөөбөтүм. (oy-DOE-boe-TOOM )
Where is the toilet? 
Туалет ханна баарый? (Tu-a-LET khan-NA BAAR-yi ?)

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