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    Question Fica com deus

    I was walking by a brazilian street and I sneezed, at that very same moment somebody start saying something in brazilian portuguese such as "If you are healthy remain in the world but if you are ill ask god to take you with him".... very long saying in comparinson with our "bless you".
    Now the question is... does anybody know that saying in brazilian portuguese?

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    not sure if that's a saying or just an on-spur-of-the-moment creative sentence...

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    Default Re: Fica com deus

    It means "sleep with god"

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    Default Re: Fica com deus

    Quote Originally Posted by TopNotch View Post
    I was walking by a brazilian street and I sneezed, at that very same moment somebody start saying something in brazilian portuguese such as "If you are healthy remain in the world but if you are ill ask god to take you with him".... very long saying in comparinson with our "bless you".
    Now the question is... does anybody know that saying in brazilian portuguese?
    Hello,

    That doesn't sound like a "bless you" saying... that should be more like a "reza" hummm an prayer... in Brazil you have a lot of people (if not all) very much attached to powerful energies and spirits and stuff like that... could be something like that

    I've looked up on internet but couldn't find anything.... :|

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    Default Re: Fica com deus

    it MAY have been something like:
    Sa˙de, Deus te crie e te faša feliz. (Bless you, may God raise you and make you happy).

    My mom used to say that to me all the time when I was younger, but it's a very old saying. Maybe this guy still uses it?
    Was it something like that?

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    Default Re: Fica com deus

    Never heard that one.

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    Default Re: Fica com deus

    "Fica com Deus" means "God bless you".

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