|From:||Adam Walker <carrajena@...>|
|Date:||Friday, January 23, 2009, 1:03|
--- Ina van der Vegt <gijsstrider@...> wrote:
> 2009/1/22 Hanuman Zhang <zhang@...>:
> >> I'm more familiar with ROFL than ROTFL. Roffel
> sounds better than
> >> Rotfel too (imhoe), but that might be because
> Roffelen is an existing
> >> Dutch verb.
> > What abour LOL? Isn't LOL a Dutch word, too? =))
> Yes, 'lol' is a dutch word, means something akin to
> 'fun', compare
> 'lollig', 'funny'.
Whic I would asume must be cognate with the English
"loll" meaning to laze about, to be indolent and is
probably the same morpheme in "lollypop".
Ed ñavisud in junu suñu pera nun regrediri ad ul Erodu, regrediruns ad il
sustrus provinchi peu'l via aurra.