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Re: They are african words!
• Posted by: don't matter
• Date: Sunday, October 24, 2004, at 12:09 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: They are african words! (Livia Parvula)

> We're getting a bit confused here. The ablative never ends with -um.
> Flavum is the accusative of the adjective flavus=yellow, golden...There's
> also the word Flevum, neutral,nominative/accusative/vocative which was a
> town in the region of Germania Inferior. Sorry, just had to get this
> straight:b The rest of the lyrics has nothing to do with latin.
All you guys are nuts. If the song was in any language someone would have figure it all out by now. With all this non-sense about what language the song is yet no one can say what it means. Some says it's Arabic, Hebrew, Greek, Latin, African, Turkish. The question is, if ya can tell what language it is, then why not what it's saying. It's like distanguishing chinese from japanese, unless u know what the hell the lyrics are saying then you can't know what language it is. I for one can't even to imagine what she is saying, I definetely don't think it's any recognize language, unless it's all the languages put together, if this wasn't the case then we wouldn't be having this argument of the language. It can't mean the same damn thing in all the languages in the world, now can it?

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