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Germany has the most widespread Lituanian name
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minde
Posted 2012-01-20 15:12 (#87773 - in reply to #87737)
Subject: RE: Germany has the most widespread Lituanian name


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incognito - 2012-01-18 15:10
Well in such logic, only in such logic, you can, but not in absolute point of view. 


Lutz just namely repeated your own logic: relation Naujokas – Naujock is exactly the same as Baranowski – Baranauskas. Naujock is german name of lithuanian descent, like Baranauskas is lithuanian one of slavic descent.
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