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OT: Help with Japanese

From:Peter Clark <pc451@...>
Date:Wednesday, January 27, 1999, 0:00
   I apoligize in advance for a topic-divergent question, but it's a
quicky. I found the following Japanese sentence on a web page and
couldn't translate the last word:
   Watashi mo anata o aisuru (neahnana!)
I know that "Watashi...aisuru" means "I love you," but I'm clueless as
to what "neahnana" means. Context: not much--everything else is
English. However, the speaker is female.
   Reply off-list, so I don't make even more people grumble. :)
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