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G. Landini on: Another explanation for dain daiin...
21/01/02 12:02:04, "Gabriel Landini" <G.Landini@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>I agree that there is no doubt that <daiin> and <dain> are prime suspects of
>something strange going on, but I don't know what. :-/
*I* know (and this supersedes and voids the Chinese theory).
Write <dain daiin> in Voynichese (or Frogguy: 8aiv 8aiiv).
Darned if it doesn't look like "banbam"! Which is just about
what you'd write in Portuguese for "Bambang", a common
first name in Indonesia. You fill in the rest...