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Old 03-12-2010, 07:00 AM   #15
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Default Re: Does this sound familiar?

It sounds like Sanskrit to me. Are you sure it's not two or three words? Are you sure there aren't any vowels or consonants missing? The reason I ask is that I'm fluent in Lithuanian, which is the closest language to Sanskrit. I can often translate from Sanskrit into Lithuanian, because the words don't change much from one of these languages to the other.

It depends how many words this "word" of yours is split up into. If it's split in two, with the break at the a and with the a repeated as the beginning of the second word, it does make sense in Lithuanian, and means: "Thank you, or thanks to, to those who are near, or nearest (and dearest)."
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