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12 August 2007

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Kim H

That list is hilarious!

Vagabondblogger

You've actually learned a new word. Karpuzi is the Greek word for melon too. So go congratulate yourself! Here in Cairo, they had really nice mini-melons earlier in the summer. I love melon, but I'm too lazy to cut it up myself.

Ian

Not just Turkic--Tajikistan also produces a fine kharbuza. I want to bring a crate back to the US.

Pat Temiz

You didn't make up the word but did spell it wrong. Should be 'Karpuzcu' - didn't they do vowel harmony yet on that Turkish course you're doing? Or does that come in at Level 3?

carpetblogger

Pat, I think you now see the problem.

varske

Arbuzy in Russian. And also Lithuanian I think.

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