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God in ancient China
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Re: God in ancient China
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2020, 04:20:02 PM »
He says: Shang Di it was. And He had the same attributes as the God of the Old Testament; that's the King that lived among the Most High God.

I interpret: That is what Hmong people also call Ntuj. Nothing is higher than Hmoob Lub Ntuj.

Hey, we still believe in that same Shang Di.

I bet Shang Di means "Tij Laug."



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Re: God in ancient China
« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2020, 03:33:37 PM »
He says: Shang Di it was. And He had the same attributes as the God of the Old Testament; that's the King that lived among the Most High God.

I interpret: That is what Hmong people also call Ntuj. Nothing is higher than Hmoob Lub Ntuj.

Hey, we still believe in that same Shang Di.

I bet Shang Di means "Tij Laug."

No, it means brother. We use similar vocabs to one another. We have 65% of their language for Hmong is older than Chinese.



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Re: God in ancient China
« Reply #3 on: February 10, 2020, 04:43:39 PM »
Ok.

65%? That's a lot. We should be able to understand many of their words then.

No, it means brother. We use similar vocabs to one another. We have 65% of their language for Hmong is older than Chinese.



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Re: God in ancient China
« Reply #4 on: February 11, 2020, 06:17:25 PM »
Ok.

65%? That's a lot. We should be able to understand many of their words then.

No shiet sherlock! Hmong is harder than Chinese. The younger the language in Asia, the easier it is. We are the OLDEST! The Chinese made fun of our language because we talk like Abe Simpson from the Simpson's cartoon. Yes, Hmong is a poetic language; however, that doesn't mean they have the right to call our language, "Senile!"



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Re: God in ancient China
« Reply #5 on: February 11, 2020, 08:00:07 PM »
Ok.

65%? That's a lot. We should be able to understand many of their words then.

弟= tij/brother

老= laus/old

娘=niam/mother

之父/之= txiv/father

幼= yaus/young

子=ntxawm/last/young (feminine name)

的= tus/the

了=lawm/past tense

见=Ntsia/Ntsib/see/look

多=ntau/a lot

啊爷=ab yawg (baby talk for grandpa)/grandpa

啊婆= ab pog (baby talk for grandma)/grandma

和= hab/and

海子=hiav txwv/ocean

来=los/come

时候=shib hawm/time

妹=muam/sister

可是=tab sis/but

嘛=mas/well/tab sis mas (found in Japanese and Chinese). Example: mas mas, yog lis nov ne. "Ne" comes from Chinese and Japanese. Ne=呐/na

吗=ma/question mark/puas yog ma?

你呢=koj ne?/and you?/Et toi?

很=heev/a lot

姓=xeem/race/surname/ethnic

你是姓人东西?=koj yog xeem neeg dab tsis?/what race are you?

说语=hais lus/language/speak

懂到= tos taub/understood

肉牛= nqaij nyub/beef

出战=tawm tsam/rebel

一=ib/one

二=ob/two

I can go on if you like.


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Re: God in ancient China
« Reply #6 on: February 11, 2020, 08:01:45 PM »
Chinese grammar structure is no different than Hmong. It's 95% similar.



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Re: God in ancient China
« Reply #7 on: February 11, 2020, 10:01:46 PM »
Wu puj tswj tauj nim.

Kuv paub tsis tau koj.

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Chinese grammar structure is no different than Hmong. It's 95% similar.



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Re: God in ancient China
« Reply #8 on: February 11, 2020, 10:03:01 PM »
I spoke Hmong to a Chinese friend years ago. He said my language sounded like old Chinese.


Maybe that word "old" makes them think of "senility"?

No shiet sherlock! Hmong is harder than Chinese. The younger the language in Asia, the easier it is. We are the OLDEST! The Chinese made fun of our language because we talk like Abe Simpson from the Simpson's cartoon. Yes, Hmong is a poetic language; however, that doesn't mean they have the right to call our language, "Senile!"



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Re: God in ancient China
« Reply #9 on: February 12, 2020, 01:07:23 PM »
I spoke Hmong to a Chinese friend years ago. He said my language sounded like old Chinese.


Maybe that word "old" makes them think of "senility"?

Because we talk in Chinese Shakespearean. That's Hmong.



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Re: God in ancient China
« Reply #10 on: February 12, 2020, 04:54:51 PM »
Wu puj tswj tauj nim.

Kuv paub tsis tau koj.

??


怎样啊你不知我说东西呢?你说只我啥。


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