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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by rainplace, Nov 25, 2009.
How do you say "black ducks" in hindi?
You say "google translate"
I did. but it gave me the translation in hindi script....
If you had asked me while I was at work, I could have called someone. I don;t have his number at home.
oh no! and here I was trying to be smart. Dictionary.com? you can play the sound. Let me see...
EDITED: nope....let me ponder.
I spent a lot of time googling before I asked here! If you can find it online, please tell! I want it written in the english alphabet though because I'm thinking of names for when I sell ducks.
this is supposed to work.
EDITED: youll have to do each word seperately
oh, that's much better
they had two nouns for duck... not sure which is correct, but if I were to choose the easiest it seems it would be
Kala Batakha (black duck)
it wouldn't let me pluralize it.
Anyone know if Hindi does adj/noun or noun/adj?
The best way would to be to compare two translators.
So google translate "black ducks" and make sure the symbols are in the right order...Hindi may be like Spanish where the discriptor comes after the noun.