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22:02 May 28, 2002
Polish to Portuguese translations [Non-PRO]
Polish term or phrase: jeong cir
It´s a name of a girl. She told me that the origin of her name was polish, and I want to know what does it mean.
Matheus
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Hanna Burdon


  

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Explanation:
The name does not sound Polish to me. I understand it's her first name. I did and internet search for it using Google and it came up with "jeong cir zaduski". Is it possibly the person you are talking about? If so, then her surname - "Zaduski" - does sound Polish, but I don't think it means anything. The only word it reminds me of is "zaduszki", which means "All Souls' Day" (religious holiday on November 2).

Anyway, I think you would get more answers if you posted the query under Polish > English or even Polish > Polish (monolingual) rather than Polish > Portuguese. Not too many Polish > Portuguese translators around, I'm afraid.

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Note added at 2002-05-28 23:30:26 (GMT)
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I did AN internet search... Hate typos.

Hanna Burdon
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:50
Native speaker of: Polish
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