Friulian verb conjugation charts

Different Friulian verbs have been conjugated in chart form in the various posts of this site. To help you locate them, you will find links below pointing you to the posts where they appear. I will update this page every time I add a new chart. The numbers below indicate under which verse the chart appears in the linked page. Conjugation charts are available for: … Continue reading Friulian verb conjugation charts

Friulian names for parts of the human head

In Friulian, the human head is called il cjâf. The head sits upon the neck, which is called il cuel. Hair grows on the scalp; in Friulian, the scalp is called la piel dal cjâf. This literally means skin of the head, where la piel is the Friulian for skin. A single strand of hair is called un cjaveli. All the hair on one’s head … Continue reading Friulian names for parts of the human head

Friulian direct and indirect object pronouns

This post presents a summary of Friulian pronouns used as direct and indirect objects. For example, the direct object in the English he will kill me is me; this is expressed in Friulian as lui mi coparà. The direct object in the English God blessed them is them; this is expressed in Friulian as Diu ju benedì. On the other hand, mi in the Friulian … Continue reading Friulian direct and indirect object pronouns

Friulian possessive adjectives

This post summarises how to say in Friulian such things as il gno popul (my people), il to non (your name), i tiei nemîs (your enemies), i nestris oms (our men), lis lôr bandieris (their flags), etc., using possessive adjectives. The examples that appear after the chart were taken from the Friulian Bible; one example is given for each item in the chart. Consult the … Continue reading Friulian possessive adjectives

Present indicative of the Friulian verb VÊ

Vê is the Friulian verb for to have. In the affirmative presint indicatîf (present indicative), the tonic pronouns listed below are optional, but the atonic pronouns are mandatory and appear before the verb. For example, I have can be expressed as jo o ai or simply o ai; you have can be expressed as tu tu âs or simply tu âs; he has can be … Continue reading Present indicative of the Friulian verb VÊ

Present indicative of the Friulian verb JESSI

Jessi is the Friulian verb for to be. In the affirmative presint indicatîf (present indicative), the tonic pronouns listed below are optional, but the atonic pronouns are mandatory and appear before the verb. For example, I am can be expressed as jo o soi or simply o soi; you are can be expressed as tu tu sês or simply tu sês; he is can be … Continue reading Present indicative of the Friulian verb JESSI

Friulian contractions: preposition + definite article

Friulian contractions of a preposition and definite article can sometimes take more than one form. In the overview below, not all variations are given; the contractions below have been chosen based on their appearance in the Friulian Bible. For example, the preposition a + definite article la can become either a la or ae, but ae is not included below because it is not used … Continue reading Friulian contractions: preposition + definite article