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Rudy Negenborn
Posted on Mon Dec 03, 2007 22:51:58  Quote
It is our goal to collect here translations of Catullus' most famous poem (Carmen 85 Odi et Amo) in all languages of the world (and possibly major dialects). See this page for a list with all languages of the world.

So: if you have a translation of Odi et Amo in a language not here yet, please post it here. Also, if you know somebody that speaks a language in which Odi et Amo has not been translated yet, please ask her or him to translate the two lines and post the translation here.

Currently, we have the following versions of Carmen 85:

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Though it may be difficult to get translations in all languages, it should be possible to get them in the 20 main languages. To achieve this, we still need translations into Bengalese, Arabic, Wu, Javanese, Marathian, Teluguian, Tamilian, Cantonese, and Ukrainian. If you have a translation of Carmen 85 in any of these languages, or know somebody that could make such a translation, please post it here! (Of course you may also post a translation in an alternative language)
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Guest
Posted at Tue Mar 16, 2010 15:46:49  Quote
Quote:
  To achieve this, we still need translations into... Ukrainian.

In my modest opinion:

Ненавиджу й кохаю я. „Чи можливо?“ —
спитаєш ти.
Не збагну. Але ж я це знаю і муки відчуваю.

(c) puZ
ARMONDJG
Posted at Thu Mar 25, 2010 00:27:44  Quote
Interesting how the words hate/suffer & love/feel cross in the poem's structure
Armondjg
Guest
Posted at Thu Jan 12, 2012 05:46:11  Quote
Amo e odeio. Como ĂŠ possĂ­vel, podeis perguntar.
NĂŁo sei, mas sinto-o e faz-me sofrer.

Portuguese.
Guest
Posted at Thu Oct 23, 2014 15:49:46  Quote
In Polish version I believe it should sound more like:
Nienawidz&#281; i kocham, czemu tak, by&#263; mo&#380;e spytasz.
Nie wiem, lecz czuj&#281;, &#380;e to si&#281; dzieje i jestem torturowany.
Cambrinus
Posted at Sun Mar 01, 2015 16:35:00  Quote
Guest
Posted at Tue Feb 09, 2016 19:41:25  Quote
Guest
Posted at Tue Nov 01, 2016 15:52:37  Quote
Quote:
  In Polish version I believe it should sound more like:
Nienawidzę i kocham, czemu tak, być może spytasz.
Nie wiem, lecz czuję, że to się dzieje i jestem torturowany.


Absolutely right - should replace the present version.
Guest
Posted at Mon May 15, 2017 02:06:29  Quote
Is fuath liom agus is breĂĄ liom. CĂŠn fĂĄth a bhfuil mĂŠ ĂŠ seo a dhĂŠanamh, b'fhĂŠidir leat a iarraidh.
NĂ­l a fhios agam, ach is dĂłigh liom ag tarlĂş ĂŠ agus tĂĄ mĂŠ crĂĄite.

Irish
 


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