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Re: second line: anol shalach anol adhunhai?
• Posted by: Michael   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, May 9, 2006, at 10:31 a.m.
• IP Address: unet-005.tamucc.edu
• In Response to: second line: anol shalach anol adhunhai? (Lara)

The language that Now We are Free is Armenian. If you purchase The soundtrack " More Music from the Motion Picture Gladiator", the insert explains why and how the song was written, it's very informative. There is another version in Gaelic Irish by an Artist named Lisa Kelly, it is just as beautiful as the original song. Gaelic is the language on Enya songs. Now all we need is the translation of the song. Anyone speaks Armenian?

> I think the Hebrew definition of "shalach" is
> "departure" or "to send forth", but could someone
> confirm this? Is there an Aramaic phrase like "Anol Shalach"?
> Also, can you put "Anol" in front of "Adhunhai"? I'm
> guessing that "Anol" means "great", so "Anol
> Adhunhai" would be "the Great Almighty Lord"?

> If someone who knows any of these languages can help, I'd greatly
> appreciate it!

> Thanks =)
Lara




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