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Re: Kassi in Greek?

From:Philip Newton <philip.newton@...>
Date:Wednesday, April 10, 2002, 8:04
On 14 Feb 02, at 22:16, Nik Taylor wrote:

> Plugging in "Kassi" in a search engine, a friend of mine encountered a > page about a house in Crete called "Villa Kassi-Penni". I was just > wondering what that meant.
Hm, just going through my old mail... I wonder whether that house belongs to two ladies called Kassiopeia and Penelope?
> I wonder what other languages it means something in. :-)
In Verdurian, <casi> /"kasi/ means "helmet (" or "corner ("; <casî> /"kasI/ means "helmet (" or "corner (". In Barakhinei, <kasi> /"kasi/ means "helmet (nom./acc. sg.)". In Cadhinor (ancestor of Verdurian and Barakhinei), <casi> means "corner (". Cheers, Philip -- Philip Newton <Philip.Newton@...>


Nik Taylor <fortytwo@...>
Raymond Brown <ray.brown@...>