Re: [OT]: a strange language name abbreviation

From: Mark E. Shoulson (
Date: Fri Aug 06 2010 - 16:12:30 CDT

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    On 08/06/2010 04:42 PM, Janusz S. Bień wrote:
    > Exploring the dictionary with the search engine (which is operational
    > since today morning ...) I discovered two occurences of an unexplained
    > abbreviation which refers to a language in which "silvir" means
    > "silver" and "ses" means "six". The name of the language is
    > abbreviated as "Kimr."
    > Any ideas what the abbreviation is supposed to mean?
    Uuh... Another possibility is which says they speak a language called Gimr, which perhaps is spelled with a K sometimes... I think I'll stop now.


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