Mando'a Lesson 4
Center Mass Peti'baar
To Beat Borkar
To Break Shukur
To Burn Hettir
To Choke Ekur
To Die Ash'amur (violently) / Ramaanar (generally)
To Headbutt Kov'nynir
To Hit Nynir
To Injure Shupuur
To Kick Tettar
To Endure (to "take it") Atiniir
To fall/collapse Trattok'or
To Cut/slice Hokaanir
White (ashen faced) Jiriad
Suck it up! (it's only pain! K'atini!
Where's the medic? I am injured, my arm is numb and my hand is broken. My brother is wounded. He is white and his chest is bloody. He was hit by the enemy, and is in pain.
Vaii [cuy] baar'ur? Ni [cuy] shupur'yc, ner irud [cuy] jaal bal ner gaan [cuy] shukur'yc. Ner vod [cuy] kadala. Kaysh [cuy] jiriad bal kaysh haalas [cuy] taylc. Kaysh ru nynir de te aru'e, bal [cuy] o'r aaray.
Vaii baar'ur? Ni shupur'yc, ner irud jaal bal ner gaan shukur'yc. Ner vod kadala. Kaysh jiriad bal kaysh haalas taylc. Kaysh ru nynir de te aru'e, bal o'r aaray.
Note: according to Karen Traviss grammar notes, the verb Cuyir is often dropped, and is indicated by word order. I've left it in the first time to get the idea of how the sentence is made (mostly for me I'm slow) and taken it out in the second, to show how it would actually be said/written in real Mando'a.