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May the Force be with you!

Force T-Shirt.jpg
nonsense translation:
chaq raD
The phrase May the Force be with you! is a widely known phrase from Star Wars.

Translation

In a Reddit discussion of July 14, 2013, some alternatives were suggested by user gloubenterder:

  • DuHoSmoHjaj HoS'a'. - "May the great power make you strong." (if addressing more than one person: nIHoSmoHjaj HoS'a'.)
  • DuDevjaj HoS'a'. - "May the great power guide you." (if addressing more than one person: nIDevjaj HoS'a'.)
  • Dutebjaj HoS'a'. - "May the great power fill you." (if addressing more than one person: nItebjaj HoS'a'.)
  • Dutlhejjaj HoS'a'. - "May the great power accompany you." (if addressing more than one person: nItlhejjaj HoS'a'.)

warning: When translated with the erraneous bing translator, the result is chaq raD, meaning "maybe it forces". There were some products available with that incorrect translation at Teepublic.com, but it's not available anymore. (1)

References

1 : T-Shirt at Teepublic, retrieved on October 10, 2019

Category: Appearance    Latest edit: 30 Oct 2019, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 30 Oct 2019 by KlingonTeacher
 
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