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Polish Nursery Rhymes


Looker - | 1,126
24 Apr 2021 #211
Probably that's not it, but the first lullaby that came to my mind is this "Aaa kotki dwa":

youtu.be/SogW3o8N7Dc
Perella
26 Sep 2021 #212
@pawian
Hello!
Could you please help finding words for lullabie I was hearing about 50 years ago, smth like shed bai po stene u červonoi šapune, plet lapti dla zheni, po laptenku dla dedzienku.
Novichok 3 | 6,861
26 Sep 2021 #213
Use Netflix. Easy on the parents and kids love it.
pawian 197 | 19,976
26 Sep 2021 #214
plet lapti dla zheni,

That sounds not Polish, more like some Eastern language, Belarussian for example. I guess that plet lapti dla zheni means plótł łapcie dla żony i dla każdego dziecka. He plaited bast shoes for his wife and kids.

Use Netflix.

Stop giving moronic advice. This is a serious thread.
DennisKowalski
4 May 2022 #215
My dziadzia used to sing a children's song to me like 70 years ago. Does anyone know it and possibly the English translation? I'll just write it phonetically since I'd just kill the Polish.

Hojeep tasha voleetseh
Zbyeda so byeh garshpyeneetseh
So zbyeda joopkin Koda
Hyasobyeh (insert child's name) robyeh
Looker - | 1,126
5 May 2022 #216
This must be it:

"Lata ptaszek po ulicy,
Zbiera sobie garść pszenicy;
Co uzbiera, dzióbkiem kole,
A ja sobie ciebie wolę."

plus.gloswielkopolski.pl/jak-i-w-co-100-lat-temu-bawily-sie-dzieci-i-mlodziez/ar/c15-14259483
DennisKowalski
16 May 2022 #217
Thank you,Looker. I'm sure that's it
gumishu 12 | 6,007
20 May 2022 #218
it's the right rhyme - but the first word in what you remember is probably 'chodzi' ('chodzi ptaszek po ulicy' means 'a bird is walking along a/the street')
pawian 197 | 19,976
20 May 2022 #219
means 'a bird is walking along a/the street')

No, it is too dangerous. Let it fly along the street.
Bir073
3 Jun 2022 #221
I have a friend who has sent me vid that includes a rhyme about a porcupine who is unhappy about his life and walks around making funny faces. Does anyone know the name of this rhyme and where I could locate the words in Polish so I could have them translated into English?.
Looker - | 1,126
3 Jun 2022 #222
Do you have a link to this video?
pawian 197 | 19,976
3 Jun 2022 #223
a porcupine

Which is highly suspicious coz they don`t exist in Poland, only in zoos. That must be a much more popular hedgehog.

could locate the words in Polish

There might be a problem coz there are a few dozen rhymes and poems about the hedgehog. Each week new ones are created.

have a link to this video?

Or at least provide a rough phonetic transcript of what is said in it.



jon357 71 | 20,037
4 Jun 2022 #224
Which is highly suspicious coz they don`t exist in Poland, only in zoos

Perhaps a modern nursery rhyme.
pawian 197 | 19,976
4 Jun 2022 #225
modern nursery rhyme.

Impossible. :):) Poles are too conservative to reject their fave hedgehogs and adopt porcupines instead. Certain traditions are eternally holy.
Because of our traditions, we've kept our balance for many, many years. You may ask, how did this tradition start? I'll tell you - I don't know. But it's a tradition... Because of our traditions, everyone knows who he and she is and what God expects him and her to do. Simple.

Do you know Poles celebrate the Day of the Hedgehog?







Looker - | 1,126
5 Jun 2022 #226
I've found this:

Jeżyk i marzenia...

Jeżyk ze ślicznym noskiem,
przemierzał pewną wioskę.
Szukał schronienia na zimę,
więc miał nietęgą minę.
Patrzył, wąchał i zaglądał,
na smutnego wciąż wyglądał.
(...)

wiersze.kobieta.pl/wiersze/jezyk-marzenia-421791
mafketis 35 | 11,226
5 Jun 2022 #227
Has no one mentioned mięsny jeż yet?

youtube.com/watch?v=nKEfy_1aAeE
pawian 197 | 19,976
6 Jun 2022 #228
I've found this:

Yes, this must be it. Good job. :):):)

Pity but within the last two weeks I have seen about a dozen hedgehogs run over on the road. Never so many before. Paradoxically, it means they are increasing their population and colonising new territories. Good.
ForMaura
20 Aug 2022 #229
I've searched through this whole thread and can't find a specific finger-play/rhyme my grandmother used to do with me...I'm almost positive it was Polish. She'd make little circles on my palm, squeeze each finger, then quickly run her hand up the arm and tickle the neck/armpit. The only words I remember are from the beginning when she'd be makinn circles in my palm. They were (phonetically, sorry!) "lura lura kashka". Any ideas?
pawian 197 | 19,976
21 Aug 2022 #230
And did your granny use the magpie or mousie version?

Try magpie, more popular:


Frankton33
21 Oct 2022 #231
Gdzie jedziesz?
Do Warszawy.
Po co?
Po buty.
yez un ye shiz te (no idea what it is)
Patrz do góry (Look up - i.e. in the direction upwards)

My Grandfather, Stanley Bozenski, was a WWII Veteran, a warrior with the 24th Inf Brigade, and an alchoholic. Kinda a Polish Viking of sorts. How I miss the man, he was a wonderful Gandparent. But as I try to find the origin of the game he would play with me and with your help traslating the cryptic nonsensical verses. I begin to think, maybe this was not a childs rhyme, but a drinking game. I said into a translator the one line we could not transcribe. "yez un ye shiz te" and the translator printed out and repeated exactly what I was trying to convey to all of you. "Jezu nie świetny." holy cow, thats not a childs rhyme I thought then laughed as I rebembered the grizzly stern old Polish man who's heart would go soft as butter in the presence of his children and grandchildren.

Here is the Rhyme he would repeat to me and my brother as small children. LOL

Gdzie jedziesz?
Do Warszawy.
Po co?
Po buty
Jezu nie świetny.
Patrz do góry.
Pic

God bless and keep you Grandpa! I'll see you when it's my turn and I'm sure you'll be proud!
He told me to never become a Marine. He fought in the Pacific with the Wolfhounds 24th Infantry Brigade. I joined the Army in 1986 and became a Paratrooper in the 82d Airborne Division. My Uncles, his sons never joined and told me as a very small child it was up to me to continue the legacy and to be great.
Wendy
15 Nov 2022 #232
My father used to recite a rhyme about a beetle or insect,,? and the female ladybug would say.. 'what me' go with you' ?
pawian 197 | 19,976
15 Nov 2022 #233
She says it to the beetle who desires to marry her:
A poem by Brzechwa.
wiersze.juniora.pl/brzechwa/brzechwa_zk5.html


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