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Re: One two - snowed in [Re: Coffeebean] #188712
01/13/10 12:59 AM
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Originally Posted By: Coffeebean
How about asi9?


and strich9...


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Re: One two - snowed in [Re: Buffalo Shrdlu] #188715
01/13/10 01:56 AM
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9vah.

Re: One two - snowed in [Re: Faldage] #188717
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Originally Posted By: Faldage
Or either 5el Mousekwitz if you pronounce Doc C's submission with something other than an Aussie or some variety of UK accent.


I was thinking more pirate-ese, though South African might come closest...

Re: One two - snowed in [Re: Jackie] #188718
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Originally Posted By: Jackie
9vah.


Huh?

Re: One two - snowed in [Re: twosleepy] #188719
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Originally Posted By: twosleepy
Originally Posted By: Jackie
9vah.


Huh?


ninevah?


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Re: One two - snowed in [Re: Buffalo Shrdlu] #188724
01/13/10 07:11 PM
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But that doesn't sound like 9...

Re: One two - snowed in [Re: twosleepy] #188726
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No, it sounds like neenevay or ninnevay. But to complete coffeebean's animalfarm : ca9 , falco9, hye9, halco9, leo9. Could we hit the
finale: 10 ? There's lots and lots of them.

Re: One two - snowed in [Re: BranShea] #188728
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We pronounce it nin eh vuh in these parts...

I think some of those have the "een" sound at the end, not "ine", but I'm not sure which, and I gotta run...

Re: One two - snowed in [Re: twosleepy] #188729
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Yeh, possibly.

Re: One two - snowed in [Re: twosleepy] #188730
01/13/10 08:53 PM
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Originally Posted By: twosleepy
But that [nineveh] doesn't sound like 9...


howsbout the Latin version, Ninus, then? : )

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