Re: who knows what this means?
|From:||Vladimir Vysotsky <trivee@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, August 12, 2003, 18:57|
Wilhelm Ulrich Schlaier wrote:
> who knows what this means in russian?
> ;"H\ or ;"H
This isn't russian and doesn't mean anything :)
Seriously, though: you shouldn't have relied on weird Word Perfect
cyrillic encoding to send this. In UTF-8, the first word would look
like "Мать" and mean "mother", the second one - "Мат", and have
several meanings: 1) mate (in chess); 2) mat (especially in gymnastics,
but also as in door-mat); 3) obscene language.