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I said ?Karymechkie djakse? And she asks me: ?Sierekie kotak djakse??


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02:09 Jun 23, 2005
Kirghiz to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Kirghiz term or phrase: I said ?Karymechkie djakse? And she asks me: ?Sierekie kotak djakse??
This is an excerpt from a diary of a Polish slave laborer in Kazakhstan during the Second World War. To give you a little context, he entered a yurt where he saw a naked woman. After they said the phrases to each other, they proceeded to make love.

I apologize if this is embarrasing to you, but it is the way it is in the man's journal and I feel I have an obligation to translate it.

I would appreciate a translation into English or Polish, if you can, as well as the proper transliteration.

Thank you very much,

Andy Golebiowski
Andrew Golebiowski


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