Cate flori pe deal înflor

mia04

Senior Member
UK
english
hi just wondering if this is romanian or not? could someone translate it please?!

"Cate flori pe deal înflor"

thanx

:)
 
  • DareRyan

    Senior Member
    United States - English
    mia04 said:
    hi just wondering if this is romanian or not? could someone translate it please?!

    "Cate flori pe deal înflor"

    thanx

    :)

    Well my Romanian is really non existant. But from Latin I think I can give you a basic literal translation. I specullate that it is.

    "All fauna on the hill flowers"
    From the Latin "Cuncti flori in colle efflorent" (In colle is the most questionable phrase but I found through use of a dictionary that 'deal' means 'Hill')

    Cheers! Hope this helps!
     
    Hi,

    Here's the translation:

    "All the flowers that bloom on the hill"

    As the sentence resembles a poetry or song line, "inflor" is a shortened form for "infloresc", which means "bloom".

    Depending on the context, it may also be an interrogative sentence, in which case it would translate as:

    "How many flowers bloom on the hill?"

    Hope it helps,

    Marco
     
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