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17:27 Nov 26, 2001
English to Icelandic translations [Non-PRO]
/ conversation and letter writing
English term or phrase: Thin
Used with "vinkona" to sign off in a letter
Diane M. Vescovi

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4yourSerge L



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þinn, þín, þitt: el teu, la teva
(unfortunately it's in Catalan)

So "vinkona þin" means "your friend"


Serge L.

    Reference: http://www.fut.es/~mrr/islandes/islandes2.html
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