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ျမန္မာစကားပုံမ်ား

10 Mar
  • မိုးစေန ေလရာဟု
  • The southwest for rains and the northwest for high winds.
  • တန္ခိုးမည္မွတ္၊ဖက္ဆြတ္ေရတိုး၊သၾကၤန္မိုး
  • Dagu ( April ) brings pelting rain which shed trees of leaves and usher in the New Year.
  • ကဆုန္နယုန္၊ေဆြ႔ေဆြ႔ခုန္
  • Torrid Kahson and Nayon ( April, May, June ) socrches the feel and keeps one hopping about.
  • နယုန္မိုးေသး၊ျမက္သားေမြး
  • Light drizzles in Nayon ( june ) makes grass to sprout.
  • ၀ါဆို၀ါေခါင္၊ေရေဖာင္ေဖာင္
  • Awash with rain in Wazo and Wagaung ( July, August )
  • ၀ါဆိုတစ္ေၾကာင္း.ထစ္ေနာင္းေၾကာင္က်စ္၊ဆူးရစ္ပြင့္ကာ မိုးမရြာ၊ရြာပါေသာ္လည္း မိုးမသည္း
  • Throughout Wazo( july ) acacia and mimosa blooms scent air, but it rains not and even when rain do come very little fall.
  • ၀ါဆိုလေျပာင္း၊မိေခ်ာင္းေဖြးေဖြး၊ မိုးေအးေအး၊
  • When it turns into Wazo, rafs of derris blossoms greet the cooling rains.
  • ေတာ္သလင္းေန၊ ပုစြန္ေသ
  • The sun in Tawthalin ( September ) kills off land crabs.
  • တန္ေဆာင္မိုးတြင္၊ဆီးႏွင္းတျပဳိက္၊ မိုးတလိုုက္
  • Light rains alternate with misty skies in Dazaungmon ( November )
  • ႏွာရည္ယိုရြဲ၊ တပို႔တြဲ
  • Dabodwe ( February ) brings on the sniffles.
  • တေပါင္းလည္းကူး၊မိုးသားက်ဴး
  • Rain clouds pervade the sky with the coming of Dabaung ( March ).
  • နတ္ေတာ္ေရာက္ျငား၊မိုးသားမျငိမ္၊ ဆင္ရာ တိ္မ္
  • The coming of Nadaw ( December ) means restless skies and fleeting drizzles.
  • သီတင္းကႊ်တ္တြင္၊ပလ္လင္ေဆးမိုး၊ရြာသြန္းျဖိဳး
  • Rain in Thadingyut ( October ) flushes the offertory altars clean.
  • ရာဇ၀တ္ေဘး ေျပးမလြတ္
  • There is no ecape for a criminal.
  • လင္းႏို႔ခြန္ေတာင္း ၾကြက္၊ ၾကြက္ခြန္ေတာင္း လင္းႏို႔
  • Claims to be a rat when cess is levied on bats and a bat when it is levied on rats.
  • သခြားစား၍ ဖရုံျပသည္
  • Produces a pumpkin after eating cucumber on the sly.
  • ပါးပုတ္၍ လက္၀ွက္သည္
  • He hides his hand after slapping one’cheek.
  • ဆင္အိပ္ရာ ဆိတ္ႏိုး
  • The goat that a wakens a sleeping elephant.

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