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Looking to figure out what language and what meaning these lyrics have.

asked 2018-09-22 03:31:46 -0500

Sfakianakis gravatar image

Mainiboni mainiboni pirjal ek selamos pirjal mainiboni mainiboni kaike se leis a parpale.

You can hear these lyrics if you fast forward to 3:36 in the following YouTube link:

Been looking for the answer for years, please help!

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Maybe Estonian?

Gally85 gravatar imageGally85 ( 2018-09-27 11:42:29 -0500 )edit

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answered 2020-07-23 04:23:38 -0500

I believe I can provide you with an answer to your questions. I think it could be from one of the languages spoken in India. Now which language very precisely I do not know.

It can be Hindi or Urdu, Tamil or Telugu.

I had to dissect the words of Sfakianakis by taking word for word in Google search, and it is the word "Pirjal" which really gave me results.

Pirjal would be a common name or first name in India, so research should be done on those languages that I mentioned to you. Personally, I will start by looking for the Hindi and the Urdu.

Yes, very surprising this choice, I who believed that it was going to be a language spoken in the vicinity of Greece ... But no ...

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answered 2018-11-02 13:55:27 -0500

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Google Translate identifies this as Estonian, and offers this translation:

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