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posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 07:18 AM
I thought it best to take a moment and introduce myself. I will continue to go by Ophelia for matters of my academic and professional integrity. For the past 10 or so years I have been a daily reader of posts that suited my interests; only now deciding to join per say.
I will go so far to say that my professional life revolves around history and deconstructing truth versus ideas. My current project (with high hopes of publishing) is more than tedious and I can only hope it will foster the idea that I am perhaps on to something. I have been timid in trying to find how to label myself, “Researcher” is the word that always comes to mind.
I hope to continue with this community as a thoughtful and engaging new member.

posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 07:23 AM
Welcome enjoy your stay. Your name made me think of this song. It's a great one.

posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 08:38 AM

Welcome to the forums.
Kick back and sit a spell.
Allow me to say hello:

Alnôbaôdwawôgan/Abenaki People:Kwai
Australian: Hello,Gi'day, Buon giorno, Kalimera, Gello, Hi or Yo
AustralianAborigine: Vaturak
Arabic: Al salaam a'alaykum
Albanian: Tung
Armenian: Parev
Ashley : Guachumana
Bosnian: zdravo
Botswana: Dumella rah
Bulgarian: Dobur Den or Zdrasti ( more informal)
Cantonese: So san, lei ho
Cambodian: khmer,or khmai. ( jum-reap suor)
Cherokee: Oh-see-YOH
Chinese: Ni hao
Choctaw: Halito ( hah-leh-TOH)
Croatia: Bog (hello) Dobar dan (good day)
Czeck: Nazdar
Danish: Hej
Dutch: Hallo
Finnish: hei, heippa or "moi"
Esperanto: Saluton
Estonian: Tere
Ethiopian: Amharic Tena Yistilign
Fijian: Bula Bula
French: Bonjour
German: Guten Tag
German (NORTH) : Moin Moin, or NA
German (South) : Gruss Gott (Greet God) Gruss dich, Grüezi (Greet You)
Gibberish: (see Jibberish)
Greek: Kalimera, Yasas
Hawaiian: Aloha
Hassa: (Niger, West Africa) Sannu
Hebrew: Shalom
Hoppy (kids language similar pig latin) : hoppy e loppy loppy oppy English: Hello
Hindi: Namasthe
Hungarian: Szia
Indonesian: Selamat pagi
Italian: Buon giorno , or ciao!
Irish: Dia Dhuit (literally means God be with you)
Japanese: Konnichiwa
Jibberish: Gello
Jitteritigiberigidish: Hidegelidigo ((hi-di-gel-idi-go))
Korean: Annyong ha simnikka or ANYO
Latvian: Labdien
L'nuwísim: Míkmaq people Kwé
Malagasy: (from Madagascar) Salama tompko
Malayam: Vanakkam
Marathi Namaskar
Mayan: Ba'ax ka wa'alik
Maori (from New Zealand) : Kia ora
Mohawk: Sekoh
Navaho: Yá'át'ééh
Nepali: Namasute
New Zealand: (Maori) : Kia Ora
Norwegian God dag (like Swedish) or Hei
Papiamentu (Netherlands Antilles) : Halo
Urdu: Assalam-o-alaikum,Adaab,Tasleemat
Pushtu: Senga Yai
Sindhi: Kehro haal aahei
Balti: Yang chi halyo?
Pacific Islands:
Marshall Islands - Yokway
Palau - Ali
Chuuk - Ranalim
Pohnpei - Kasaleliah (Kasa-lay-le-yah)
Guam (Chamoru) - Hafa Adai (Hof-a-day)
Persian: salam
Pig Latin: Ellohay (see the pig latin converter)
Polish: Czesc (tcheshtch) or Dziendobry (jindobrerh-good day)
Portuguese: Bom dia,
Portugese (Brazillian) : OLÁ
Punjabi : Sat Sri Akal
Romanian: Buna ziua
Russian: Zdravstvuite, Preevyet
Serbo-Croatian: Dobar dan
Sioux Indian: dakota (means hi friend)
Slovak: Ahoj
Slovenian: Zivjo (hello), Dober dan (good day)
Spanish: Hola, Buenos dias,
Swahili: Jambo
Swedish: God dag
Swiss-German: Hoi
Taiwanese: li ho bo
Tamil: Vanakkam
Tagalog (Filipino) : Magandang tanghali , Kamusta, Como estaka
Telugu: Namaskaram
Thai (from boy) sa-wa DEE Krab
Thai (from Girl) sa-wa DEE kah
Tibetan: Tashi Delek
Turkish: Merhaba
Ubi Dubi: hubelubo
Welsh: Bore da
Zarma- (Niger, West Africa) Fofo

Someone will be by in a moment to take your order.


posted on Nov, 14 2013 @ 05:51 AM
reply to post by Veryophelia

Hello !
...I'm a "researcher" too... And sometimes a "re-finder" !

Welcome on ATS as a new member,

Best Regards from Normandy !

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