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Germany has the most widespread Lituanian name
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Posted 2012-07-07 03:07 (#90934 - in reply to #87722)
Subject: RE: Germany has the most widespread Lituanian name


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incognito - 2012-01-17 17:53

Naujocks, Naujoks, Naujock, Naujok, Naujokat is not a Lithuanian name. Anymore. Almost for 100 years. Lithuanian is Naujokas. 


I think you should read "of Lithuanian origin", quite obvious what Lutz is trying to tell...
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