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Polish term or phrase:Komancza, Maniow
English translation:Komancza, Maniow
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04:43 Jan 23, 2004
Polish to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
Polish term or phrase: Komancza, Maniow
These are the names of (I believe two small towns in the area of West Beskids (Bieszczady). There are diacritical signs over 'n' letters in both names. Please, help me with proper English spelling for both names (if such different spelling - well as with Beskids, for instance, - exists). Thanks! And, probably someone knows: Manow and Maniow - should be the same place/..
Vladimir Dubisskiy
United States
Local time: 20:48
Komancza, Maniow
Explanation:
There are no special English versions of these names and if you use diacritic marks or not depends usually on the publisher. Anyway, Komancza has an¨"accent" over n and Maniow over o (not n). Maniow and Manow do seem the same thing and should be spelled with i.
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Hanna Stochnialek
Local time: 03:48
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Thank you!
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Komancza, Maniow


Explanation:
There are no special English versions of these names and if you use diacritic marks or not depends usually on the publisher. Anyway, Komancza has an¨"accent" over n and Maniow over o (not n). Maniow and Manow do seem the same thing and should be spelled with i.

Hanna Stochnialek
Local time: 03:48
Native speaker of: Native in PolishPolish
PRO pts in pair: 72
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Thank you!

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