Re: Similar (was: 'useful') languages
|From:||Rune Haugseng <haugrune@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, February 21, 2002, 12:11|
On Sunday 17 February 2002 01:16, Roger Mills wrote:
> > daniel andreasson <danielandreasson@...> writes:
> >> Googling for "Rinya" gets me 4,160 hits, of which
> >> one is my old website and 4,159 are sites in Japanese.
> >> It seems Rinya is a Japanese name, but does it mean
> >> anything?
> After reading your msg. I googled for Kash-- amazing, some 70000 hits, of
> which I investigated only the first 14 pages. A math. acronym, lots of
> surnames and nick-names (a wrestler, a kickboxer), lots of stores Quik Kash
> etc., and ....on page 3 or 4... MY WEBSITE.
Kemata is apparently an alternate name for the Ethiopian language
Kambaata (I can now claim that Kemata has 500,000 native speakers), as
well as a place name in Chad and Morocco, the name of a hotel
in Gambia, and a word in several languages I am unable to identify.