Useful phrases in Tatar

A collection of useful phrases in Tatar, a Turkic language spoken mainly in Tatarstan in the Russian Federation. NB: these phrases come from a variety of sources which use slightly different spelling conventions.

To see these phrases in many other languages click on the English versions.

Key to abbreviations: frm = formal, inf = informal

English tatarça / татарча / تاتارچا (Tatar)
Welcome Räxim itegez
Hello
(General greeting)
Isänme(sez) / Sawmı(sız) / Sälam (inf)
How are you? Niçíksíz?
Reply to 'How are you?' Bik eybetmín, rexmet
Long time no see Küptännän kürgän yuq ide sezne
What's your name? İsímígíz niçík?
My name is ... İsímím ...
Where are you from? Qayan bulasız?
I'm from ...  
Pleased to meet you Tanışuıbızğa şatmım
Good morning
(Morning greeting)
Xeyírlí irte
Good afternoon
(Afternoon greeting)
Xäyerle kön
Good evening
(Evening greeting)
Xäyerle kiç
Good night Xäyerle tön
Goodbye
(Parting phrases)
Saw bul(iğız) / Xuş(iğız) / Küreşkèngè tiklem
Good luck Zur uñışlar telim
Cheers!
(Toasts used when drinking)
Isänlektä
Have a nice day Xäyerle Kön
Bon appetit /
Have a nice meal
Tämle bulsın
Bon voyage /
Have a good journey
Xäyerle yul
I understand Añlıym
I don't understand Min añlamim
I don't know Belmim şul
Please speak more slowly äkrenrek söyleşígízçí
Please say that again Qabatlıyalır idígízmí?
Please write it down Monı yazalır idígízmí?
Do you speak Tatar? Tatarça söyläşäsezme?
Yes, a little
(reply to 'Do you speak ...?')
äye, azraq gına
How do you say ... in Tatat? ...nın tatarçası niçek bula?
Excuse me Ğafu it(egez)
How much is this? Bu ni qader? Bu Küpme tora?
Sorry Ğafu ütínem
Please Zínhar öçen
Thank you Räxmät / Küp räxmät
Reply to thank you Zur üs / üzenä Räxmät
Where's the toilet? Bädräf qayda?
This gentleman/lady will pay for everything Aqçanı bu äfände/xanım tülärgä teli
Would you like to dance with me? Minem belän biyergä telisezme?
I miss you Sine sagınam/Yuqsınam sine
I love you Min sini yaratam/söyäm
Get well soon Tiz arada terelergä yazsın
Go away! Kitegez monnan
Leave me alone! Yalgızı qaldırıgız mine
Help! Yärdäm!
Fire!
Stop! Tuqtagız!
Call the police! Polisiägä şaltıratıgız
Christmas and New Year greetings Раштуа бәйрәме белән & Яңа eл белән
(Raştua bäyräme belän & Yaña yıl belän)
Яңа eл hәм Раштуа бәйрәмнәре белән
(Yaña yıl häm Raştua bäyrämnäre belän)
Easter greetings
Birthday greetings Tugan könen belen
One language is never enough Ber tel genä citmi
My hovercraft is full of eels
Why this phrase?
Köymäm yılan balıq belän tulgan

Information about the Tatar language | Tower of Babel in Tatar | Language learning materials for Turkic languages

Links

Other collections of Tatar phrases
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tatar_language
http://www.linguashop.com/en/basic-phrases-tatar.php
http://ultranet.tv/oyrenmelik/

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