What is this language and what does it mean? "In noreni per ipe,in noreni cora,tira mine per ito,ne domina."

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  • 1 decade ago
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    It's ancient Rumanian, isn't an invented language,neither it's Latin, but it's very similar.But I couldn't find the formal translation for any side, it is a song of Vangelis: 1492 conquers of the paradise, for the little that I know about the language it's:

    In noreni per ipe - in the night afoot

    In noreni cora - in the night found

    Tira mine per ito-many mines thereabouts.

    Ne nomina - for them they dominated

    I`m from Argentina, My english is a bit deficient sorry.

    • ueli3 years agoReport

      If you look up "Conquest of paradise" in Wikipedia, you find the answer. The song is written in an artificial language and the words have no meaning. The sound reminds of Latin or Spanish.

  • JJ
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    1 decade ago

    These lyrics are an "invented" musical language, it's called: "wordpainting" [pseudo Latin].

    From 'Conquest of Paradise'

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Artist: Vangelis Papathanassiou (Βαγγέλης Παπαθανασίου) or just Vangelis (Βαγγέλης)

    Album: 1492 Conquest of Paradise

    Language--artists invention--as per official site--http://www.engelen.demon.nl/1492.htm--

    Copyright is owned by: Warner Music U.K. Ltd.

    Lyrics of "Conquest of paradise" transcribed from the book: "Vangelis, the unknown man (Mark J.T. Griffin). Lyrics not available on sleeve or in booklet.

    The 1492 theme was based upon the "La Folia" chord progression.

    For more details about the use of La Folia in this song, see below.

    CONQUEST OF PARADISE *

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    In noreni per ipe,

    in noreni cora;

    tira mine per ito,

    ne domina.

    In noreni per ipe,

    in noreni cora;

    tira mine per ito,

    ne domina. In noreni per ipe,

    in noreni cora;

    tira mine per ito,

    ne domina.

    In romine tirmeno,

    ne romine to fa,

    imaginas per meno per imentira

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    * These lyrics are an "invented" musical language, it's called: "wordpainting" [pseudo Latin]

    Conquest Of Paradise was nominated as "Best Original Score - Motion Picture" at the 1993 Golden Globe awards."

    I hope it helps.

  • 1 decade ago

    spanish?

    Source(s): Don't take my word
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