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.
> Andreas Johansson <andjo@...> wrote
> I like the name "Aiola", assuming it's pronounced
> roughly as I'm guessing;
> [ajOla]. Does it mean anything?
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.
Idavi avins patorrechi djinerachunis djul Avramu ad ul Davidu ed avins patorrechi
djinerachunis djil deporrachuni in al Baviluña ad ul Cristu.