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    [i]Originally posted by TsinoyAko[/i]
    Is it true that Khmer shares some indonesian words? if so, what words are they because the all filipino languages are based on Malay and indonesian.

    There are some. befor the khmers had an empire, The indos and khmers faught many naval battles, pushing the khmers into the inland valleys. We were once sea faring people too. Our first king came from Indonesia.

    Words like flower. pka vs. Paga
    Stir fried noodle. Char ka tiue (hokkien influence) Im part hokkien too.
    Language: Pasa vs. bahasa
    facial features: example eye tmaigh vs. ta or mata

    My dad (like many hokkiens) does business and have relative all over south east asia. He understands Indonesian becuase he speaks Cham, the muslin language in Cambodia, a sister language to the malays. He also told that he undestands the language in the island of Bali. 50 percent of bali is like khmer latin. Bali’s are still hindu, khmers of the past were hindus too.

    The indonesian and khmer language in the past, befor religous influences are very simular.

    The foundation of islam in the indonesian langugae, and the Buddhist foundation in the khmer languge, seperate the two into two diffent evolutionary paths, but the basic word remains simular.

    #103742
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    Hear is what the Filipino “sulat sa tanso” say, The first line:
    Swasti Shaka warshatita 822 waisakha masa ding jyotisha// Chathurti krishnapaksha somawara sana tatkala dayang angkatan…
    Are any of these words familiar or or mean anything in khmer?

    #103758
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    Thanks for the neat little bundle of information, Point_Dexter. Where can I read more? Any book recommendation? And thank you too, TsinoyAko.

    #103775
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    [i]Originally posted by TsinoyAko[/i]
    Hear is what the Filipino “sulat sa tanso” say, The first line:
    Swasti Shaka warshatita 822 waisakha masa ding jyotisha// Chathurti krishnapaksha somawara sana tatkala dayang angkatan…
    Are any of these words familiar or or mean anything in khmer?

    It must be old Khmer.

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    Champa people we’re once Hindu people and then they converted to Islam, If I had to guess, I’d say somewhere around 1200, I’m not sure, I forgot.

    #103788
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    [i]Originally posted by duongdara[/i]
    Palawan is a beautiful name.In khmer it mean golden benefit or golden fruit.I believed the inscription that found in the phillipine would probably be khmer ancien script. Thai had no writing during the ancient of khmer civilization and there was no thailand,laos,or north vietnam.

    Champa is a muslim country. The Champa kingdom is the entirely of north vietnam today,Hanoi. I think it was lost to the Vietnamese in the 14 century. South of Vietnam belong to Cambodia,today vietnam call it Ho Chi Minh City. The original name call by Khmer was Prey Nokore.

    The Vietnamese are totally of Chinese descent. They are short,white slanted eyes and ugly. Until they were later mixed with Cham to the north and some khmer to the south(khmer krom).

    Not really, the kingdom of Annam was in the north around the Hanoi area, Champa was in the middle of modern day Vietname. And below Champa was the Khmer Empire when we had control of the Saigon/Prei Nokor area. Then Annam took over Champa moving south. Then the people of Annam started colonizing the mekong delta region and soon we lost the area to the Anamese people.

    [Message last modified 03-25-2003 02:52am by Dario]

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    [i]Originally posted by Dario[/i]
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    [i]Originally posted by duongdara[/i]
    Palawan is a beautiful name.In khmer it mean golden benefit or golden fruit.I believed the inscription that found in the phillipine would probably be khmer ancien script. Thai had no writing during the ancient of khmer civilization and there was no thailand,laos,or north vietnam.

    Champa is a muslim country. The Champa kingdom is the entirely of north vietnam today,Hanoi. I think it was lost to the Vietnamese in the 14 century. South of Vietnam belong to Cambodia,today vietnam call it Ho Chi Minh City. The original name call by Khmer was Prey Nokore.

    The Vietnamese are totally of Chinese descent. They are short,white slanted eyes and ugly. Until they were later mixed with Cham to the north and some khmer to the south(khmer krom).

    We did not lost our land to the vietnamese.Despite jayjetha 2nd married with cochin chin. He only allowed the vietnamese to live in the area not to take over our land. Until the french colonization,1949 when french illegally seized Saigon to the vietnamese behind our back.

    Not really, the kingdom of Annam was in the north around the Hanoi area, Champa was in the middle of modern day Vietname. And below Champa was the Khmer Empire when we had control of the Saigon/Prei Nokor area. Then Annam took over Champa moving south. Then the people of Annam started colonizing the mekong delta region and soon we lost the area to the Anamese people.

    [Message last modified 03-25-2003 02:52am by Dario][/quote]

    #103821
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    Old Khmer? What’s the difference?

    #103841
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    tsinoyako, where did you get the sulat sa tanso thing?im interested. thanks. :)

    #103871
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    [i]Originally posted by TsinoyAko[/i]
    Old Khmer? What’s the difference?

    The writing of old Khmer seen in places such as Angkor Wat looks very similar to modern Khmer, but it’s different, I showed my mom a picture of old khmer writing on stone and she called Aksor Pali, which means Pali Letters. It’s not readable cos the letters are different.

    #103889
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    [i]Originally posted by Dario[/i]

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by TsinoyAko[/i]
    Old Khmer? What’s the difference?

    The writing of old Khmer seen in places such as Angkor Wat looks very similar to modern Khmer, but it’s different, I showed my mom a picture of old khmer writing on stone and she called Aksor Pali, which means Pali Letters. It’s not readable cos the letters are different.[/quote

    The khmer inscripts on all of the khmer temples is 95 % I shall say is exactly the same as khmer wirting today. Except it was written in Sanskrit. You could only read a few words and couln’t even understand it.

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