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Re: the name of the Aiola language

From:Adam Walker <carrajena@...>
Date:Wednesday, June 30, 2004, 4:57
--- Aiola Research Group <argaiola@...> wrote:
> Thank you, Andreas! Yes, "Aiola" is pronounced just > as you guessed. > As far as whether it has a meaning: we referenced > several language dictionaries for nice-sounding, > meaningful words and settled on "aiola" from Italian > simply because we liked how it sounded. In Italian > the word translates as, "bed of flowers or plants." > Your interest and feedback are really appreciated. > > Richard > > Andreas Johansson <andjo@...> wrote > > I like the name "Aiola", assuming it's pronounced > roughly as I'm guessing; > [ajOla]. Does it mean anything? > > Andreas >
And here I thought it was inspired by Iola [ajOl@] Johnson the channel 8 WFAA news anchor who was my first crush back in Kindergarten. Adam ===== Idavi avins patorrechi djinerachunis djul Avramu ad ul Davidu ed avins patorrechi djinerachunis djil deporrachuni in al Baviluña ad ul Cristu. Machu 1:17