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Another case of firstname ambiguity: ‘Noël’

Translation of the French word ‘Noël’ yields another case of ambiguity. For ‘Noël’ can translate: either into Natali (Christmas, Christmas Day): the annual festival commemorating Jesus Christ’s birth or into, identically, Natali (‘Noel‘): the firstname Now it seems there is no case of … Continue reading

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Translating French into the ‘sartinesu’ variant of Corsican language

Translating French into the ‘sartinesu’ variant of Corsican language: scoring 1 – (1/105) = 99.04%. Feigenbum hit? Yes: ‘médailleur’ is not common word.

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