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Fórum o Litvě: litevština
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Tomas Baranauskas
Posted 2006-12-20 17:50 (#41636 - in reply to #41558)
Subject: RE: Fórum o Litvě: litevština



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Ať přemýšlím ajk přemýšlím, žádnej Litevec na českým trůně mě nenapadá... Snad nějakej Jagelonec? 


The first was Žygimantas Kaributaitis (Zygmunt Korybut, Sigismund Korybut), or even Vytautas the Great (because Žygimantas Kaributaitis was his vicegerent). Is he also forgotten or his Lithuanian origin unknown?

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oranžová = morkině (morka = mrkev )
oranžině je vnímáno jako barbarismus ikdyž používáno (ti puristé


Not exactly. Standard word is "oranžinė". "Morkinė" is a trivial speech.

modrá = mělyna (mělyně = borůvka, = modřina


NB. Mėlynė (blaeberry, bilberry, huckleberry) is called so because it is blue, not vice versa (while "morkinė, morkava" is derived from "morka" - "carrot").




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