Linguistic Note     Last updated on 2016/2560 8 18, a full moon day;

Also see: Nonwestern transcription words;   Unofficially very meaningful;

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American call tomatoes sauce "ketchup", Chinese invented, and have used for 5000+ years, and the same pronunciation;

 

Among east Asia nations, 2 identical voices are common, also see: nippon2IdenticalVoices;

 

Bun :  bean bun, chicken bun, roasted pork bun, ... ; Originally Chinese's, Myanmar pronounce similar;

 

Chinese pronounce number 3 "san", Thai pronounce the same "san"; In USA, so many cities have been named the same "San" especially in the west coast of the USA; this DOMAIN developer still cannot find information about HOW and WHY people named cities such as: * villes in Southern of the USA,  * fort in the New England area of the USA;

 

" double quote character; Notice that some Japanese characters' upper right side area only may have for dialogue / conversational / pronunciation / voice ... tone mark; Idea similar to some Myanmar characters' right side area only may have ... tone mark; Diff is "double quote character in English is not written for tone mark;

 

English mode, and notice the Nippon characters; English mode has been written in Hiragana, as  English, in Chinese language's pronounced the same ; And, mode has been written in Katakana, as ; Therefore, long long time ago, English language might be from West to East, and English language might not be from America (East) to Japan (West) ... ; also see: long long time ago, how people thought, water drops and some things to gain is in left; under the ground, ocean to right direction , in NipponSyllabary;

 

Garuda, Buddhist mythical creature; In Myanmar, Garuda is known as mythical creature "ga-lone" ; In Thai, Garuda is used as government's one of the icons; In Indonesia, Garuda is one of the national symbols; Malaysia ... ; Singapore ... ; ... ;

 

Globalization & Military strategic:

Indian, Malay and Singaporean vs. English;
Vietnamese and Cambodian vs. French;
Macao vs. Portuguese;
Philippines vs. Spanish;
Singaporean vs. English and Chinese;
 

 

Indian language related Myanmar usage are "A+Lu", Masala, Nan, Samusa, ... ;

 

Kachin ethnic tribe of Union of Myanmar;

 

Japanese call themselves nippon = "nihon"; Pronunciation different between "nip + pon" and "ni + hon" makes and classifies among themselves level of pride of being Japanese; Chinese call  to Japanese;   Japan's postal stamps are printed nippon;

 

Kanji vs. Hiragana AND Katakana:

strokes form meaningful character in Kanji [in common, from 1 stroke to 12+ strokes to form];

very less strokes in Hiragana AND Katakana [in common, only 2 or 3 strokes to form], because voice oriented;

regarding oriental languages, Nippon is number 1, Korean is number 2, Chinese is number 3, because:

common Nippon can read and write Chinese;
common Korean can read and write Chinese;
common Chinese cannot read, write, understand Hiragana, Katakana, and Korean;
 

Language, Myanmar pronounce similar to BAHASA;

 

MAHA, a prefix, like swastika symbol, usage "maha" has been among Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand, Tibet, ... , so both Indian civilization and Eastern civilization; usage "maha" can be found

east to Mahayana Buddhist nations ... ,
west to Middle East,
south to India and Sri Lanka,
north to Bhutan, Nepal, Tibet, and China;

big; large; Radical44, also see: Radicals;

4 letters word, "M" "A" "H" "A" somehow related to 4 numerical symbol ... for thousands of year ...; IFF Buddha Statue, also see: Mahamuni, ancient Buddha statue in Mandalay, Myanmar, originally from "Mrouk" ... ;

Masala, Myanmar pronounce almost the same; However, Masala is not common Thai food, therefore, in Thai local markets, Masala cannot be found; Potato cannot be found either;

 

Mon ethnic tribe (of Union of Myanmar) language is similar to Khamer; Mon a.k.a. "Ka Thine";

 

Myanmar call to China; China call "myan  to a Myanmar; Myanmar call to Khamer; Khamer call to Myanmar (i.e. refer to "Mon"); Myanmar call to Thai; Thai call to Myanmar (i.e. refer to "Bama");

Remark: Cambodians call Union of Myanmar people "BHUMI" ; regarding Khamer, if you're Rakhine, you'll be called "Bhumi" ; if you're Kachin, you'll be called "Bhumi" ; if you're Chin, you'll be called "Bhumi" ; ...  and usage is somehow related to "Mon Khamer Kingdom" 's doko WHERE "place name" is ; and, "Bama" military dictators have hid such usage, since Independent Day; in 21st century, the most and the worst terrorists would be "Bama" military generals, therefore, "Black Book" has begun (e.g. trading "Bama" military generals' heads vs. Ninja grinder (you don't want your brain to be blended/grinded)), therefore, promoting & wishing NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC LEADER Daw Aung Sun Su Kyi wins ... ; e.g. HOW many is good enough to be killed ? (approx. 200+ millions people, beyond 1940s' "Hitler 's 2+ millions killings" ) ; in 21st century, sincere suggestion to "Bama" people, you don't want to be "military general" for sure, because you don't want to be starting a-to-z knowledge of HOW process to be cloning human beings and you don't want to be deported to human beings livable moons in our universes , and then replaced by humanoids as your same look (humanoids are very very very reliable) ... ; if this DOMAIN developer writes "Suvarṇa Bhumi" was well civilized place name in Mon Khamer Kingdom' time period, and this is 21st century and 200+ millions people must be killed to change Civilization Type, and then WHAT do you think ? solution would be: Attahi attano nahto (meaning, you're on your own, and if you do good, good results will, on the other hand, "Black Book" starting with trading "Bama" military generals' heads ... ) ... ; IFF "bhuhi" , also see: bPali;

 

na + me, common among English, Myanmar, Nippon, ... ; In Pali, "nan" refers to nama (mind), and "me" refers to sound/voice of pronoun; therefore, the word "name" might be derived from Pali thousands of years ago, all the way to England (a.k.a. United Kingdom) in West, on the other hand, all the way to Nippon (a.k.a. Japan) in East; pronunciation of "me" as suffix means kinds, varieties, ... ;

 

Nan, Myanmar pronounce "Nan Pyar", Indian pronounce "Nan"; "Pyar" in Myanmar means flat & round;

 

Nippon people use 3 oriental languages e.g. Kanji, Hiragana, and Katakana, Japanese people use Katakana for foreign related conversational / dialogue / pronunciation / voice / ... therefore IFF characters are written in Katakana, do not think of each character's meaning ... ; In common, Chinese people classify Kanji into traditional style and modified / simplified style; IFF Nippon language learning, think water drops; think how dynasty's thought thousands years ago; think voice patterns; think written meaningful strokes; think dual+, by learning language ... ; Nippon, Tibet, Union of Myanmar, ... vowel foundations are same same, therefore within 6 months to be fluently can communicate ... ;

 

Non Western transcription words;

 

Number: According to Chinese culture, WHEN donating to someone, use even number for happiness purpose, on the other hand, use odds number for sadness purpose;

 

Oriental languages skill:

Nippon   Hiragana Kanji Katakana
Korean Han   Kanji  
Chinese     Kanji  

 

Pali language, a.k.a. Buddha Dhamma script language, the one & the only language, carried on by, by heart by, voice only by, generation by generation more than 2500+ years, by Buddhist monks only, and notice that transcription words may have diff spellings but principle is the same ... ; Union of Myanmar has adapted many Pali language words in daily dialogue conversation ... ;

 

"P + ei" , a commonly known pronunciation for "pounded fish" in Thai, Malaysia, Myanmar, Indonesia, ... ;

 

Potatoes, Myanmar pronounce  "A + Lu", usage derived from India, and Indian pronounce the same; Potato is not common Thai food, therefore, in Thai local markets, potatoes cannot be found;

 

Prostitution, legalized in Thai, illegal in US; Gambling, illegal in Thai, legalized in US (a.k.a. Indian Reservation Policy);

 

Rakhine ethnic tribe language's some usages are similar to Bengali; also see: "Mrouk" ; Rakhine, there is "mi yo" (a.k.a. "myo" ethnic tribe of Union of Myanmar) in "li" distance, linguistically, also see: relative; Union of Myanmar's "Bama" (military & majority group) language is somehow (>88%) similar to Rakhine ethnic tribe language; Rakhine 's (Magada region) defines Chi (ware e.g. bowl, kettle, plate, pot, vase, ... ) + Na (place) prior to English, later known as (Chi + Na) China, defined by English language; China's navy came and occupied Rakhine kingdom, and their slave (a.k.a. "Bama") to have documentations in Mandalay (one of the gates of China e.g. lions symbol, and nephew of the China's King to manage slave "Bama", Mandalay was known as "ya-da-na pon" (jewels bundle)) ... ; In 21st century, there is no kingdom in China either, because of Western Civilization's power; "A-yi" in Rakhine language means aunty, and same same as Chinese language; in 21st century, Eastern Civilization becomes in power, same same like before (IFF refer to "Black Book" implementation, there will be many killings, wars, ... ), therefore, be wise to survive e.g. destructive leaders of "Bama" military have been already replaced by humanoids, constructive leaders of "Bama" military still survive ... ; For Reforming Myanmar, "Red Book" implementation is essential and necessary (starting with NOT to lie (hee, hee, hee) to be building TRUST (IFF refer to "pin-lon" agreement, it was a lie to be "Union" of ... , therefore no TRUST e.g. "Bama" military's currency (Kyat) had been (has been also) not legal tender (the only nation in South and South East Asia), and many battles were ... ) here if you are "Bama" you should think from the aspects (view) of others, and if you are "Bama" military, try to be acceptable by others, suggestion would be: starting with NOT to lie ... );

 

"Sa + mu + sa", fried stuffed potatoes wrapped with "wong ton" skin, Indian food; Myanmar commonly eat and call the same pronunciation;

 

Shan ethnic language is similar to Thai (a.k.a. Siam);

 

Shingon, a Buddhism; Shing might be derived from shin prefix to monk with hiragana pronunciation ... ;

 

Tofu, varieties of way to cook such as fried, steamed, salad, stuffed, and ...; In Myanmar, Shan's principle, common, daily food, a combination of tofu and sticky rice; In Cantonese (Hong Kong) language, never curse to someone "tofu";

 

Vowel usage: Myanmar vowel usage is similar to Japanese vowel usage;

 

"ya + gu", approximately 3000+ years old food; Originated in Indian food; Because, in Dhamma script, "ya + gu" was once donated by "wi + tha + kha" to Buddha;

 

Yankee, northerner soldier in American Civil War; northerners fought for civil rights, and won the civil war;

 

You (pronounce "nin"), IFF Chinese Kanji writing style, it is written in "you" character + heart character which means very close, very friendly, ... from heart: same pronunciation Chinese alike; the same usage in Union of Myanmar;

Have I ever understood the followings ? in English (believe it or not, English language is very meaningful like Kanji characters' strokes ) e.g. :

"origin" has been spelt without "e" e.g. origin e; Do I ever understood "or" can be "seeing" with "ri" in distance with "gin" means in Myanmar means very not straight forward ? ;

"history" has been spelt without "her" ; "to" And "ri" in distance; believe it or not historical documents have been written in "power of Human Beings" and power of civilizations; Civilization Type in numbers, and higher knowledge means better living standards ... i.e. the truth (e.g. HOW to design smooth roadways in USA without knowing laser screening as aqua color surface, e.g. HOW to design 100% space program without this DOMAIN 's contents (i.e. beyond billions of dollars, beyond all family members at risk (a.k.a. very extreme) e.g. Manmade Global Weather )) ... ;

"military" has been spelt without "mill" , there is no way to do "ta" (a.k.a. out character in Kanji) with "ri" in distance, if there is no "mill" ... ; that would be very impolite; should , I, i, ask, WHAT is your rank ? you're do, like  , I, i, am ... ; similar to the event of sounds (e.g. Origin of Sound) ... ; a few seconds away, oh, oh, we're (e.g. community, compound, village) ... ; think that there are many very meaningful words in English language HOW the language (EN) has been ... ; NOT THAT BY VOLUME, oh, oh, is this quality ? think that HOW to spell "invisibility" and "teleportation" ... 

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