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Barese for travellers typical phrases of the tradition of Bari (city in the south ITALY), translated and explained to the foreigners
U' pulp se coce jind all'acqua soje Literal translation : The octopus cooks in his own water Metaphorical: Give time to time
Agguand' a Peppin' Literal translation: Catch Joseph Metaphorical: Expression used to suggest attention to happening events. Be careful!!
Sì' fatt la fgura tò! Literal translation: You made your own figure! Metaphorical: A jockey way to express compliment for someone bad action
Capo! Literal translation: Chief! Metaphorical: Hey, guy!
Ijiss sole! Literal translation: Come out, sun! Metaphorical: It is not exactly a good beginning
Facim la fine de le scarcioff' Literal translation: We make the end of artichokes Metaphorical: It is not exactly a good way going
L'acqu jè picch e la papr non galleggj Literal translation: The water is shallow and the duck doesn't float Metaphorical: The realisation that the lack of factors always produce negative results.
Avim fatt trend, facim trendtun Literal translation: We made thirty, let's make thirty-one Metaphorical: So far, we cannot come back.
Si cadut da jind'o litt Literal translation:You fell from your bed Metaphorical: You woke up very early this morning
Passat u' sand passat la fest! Literal translation: Passed the saint passed the party! Metaphorical: Time is gone and we don't need to celebrate someone
Ammandieneme 'ca d'ammandeng! Literal translation: Hold me that I hold you Metaphorical: We are both in trouble
Stam sott o' cil! Literal translation: We are under the sky! Metaphorical: Eventually we all are human and mortal!
E jun!.....dì cudd ca c'co l'ecchie alla mgghiere Literal translation: First is one !..... Said the one who injured wife's eye Metaphorical: I am on the right track to finish a heavy task!
U' Padretern da u ppane a c' non dene le diend! Literal translation: God grants hard food to whom is toothless! Metaphorical: Sometimes there is no justice in this world!
La galline fasc l'ove e o galle g'abbrusc 'u cule Literal translation: Chicken delivers eggs and the cock has a pain in his bottom Metaphorical: Complain about somebody else's hard working
Ammin la pet' e annascunn la mane Literal translation: You throw the stone hiding the hand Metaphorical: You don't want to be responsible for your action
Non sì scktann n'giele ca m'bacc' te torn Literal translation: Don't spit out the sky, cause it will back on your face Metaphorical: Think before talking
La cer se strusc e la prgission non camin Literal translation: The candles burn out but the procession doesn't walk Metaphorical: The time is fading away and nothing is changing
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