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Subject: Re: Opacheskaya, Tourabelidze, Wyquitzsvv
Author: Sean Foglai   (guest)
Date: May 12, 2004 at 10:02 AM
Reply to: Opacheskaya, Tourabelidze, Wyquitzsvv by Anoush

Just guessing here as I don't have any good resources for these languages, but I would guess Opacheskaya and Wyquitsw are Slavic and Tourabelidze is Germanic ...

Could the ending for Opacheskaya be a Russian feminine ending? Wyquitsw has too many consonants - making me think it's Polish. And Tourabelidze seems to have a German ending and the look of a compound word which the Germans are quite fond of ...

I'm interested as well, any experts out there?

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