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christa



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sveta,bydesh sobiratsya-pozoni zashla domoi

Not sure what language this is
Jerry



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christa wrote:sveta,bydesh sobiratsya-pozoni zashla domoi

Not sure what language this is


Hi,

It looks like Serbian or Croatian however it does not translate in our units. "sveta" means world but none of the other items translate.

Where did you find it?

Jerry C,
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MaximSubbotin



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Russian. "Sveta" is name. Sveta call me when you are ready, I'm at home.
Jerry



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MaximSubbotin wrote:Russian. "Sveta" is name. Sveta call me when you are ready, I'm at home.


Ah, its Russian in romanized lettering Rather then the Cyrillic alphabet.

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Jerry wrote:
christa wrote:sveta,bydesh sobiratsya-pozoni zashla domoi


Hello

I think each word got different language..

just like domoi it means HOUSE in Czech language..
Where did you get this line??

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