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03:58 Sep 26, 2000
Finnish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Finnish term or phrase: Silly little 6 word phrase - scandinavian lang? to english?
Please believe me when I say I am a translator, but I usually translate latin languages to English. This is a 6 word phrase that was sent to my mobile phone. I have no idea what is meant and I hope it's not rude ;) I think its been sent to me by mistake. The phrase is:
Sveikuti rimuk ka veiki sekmadienio ryta.
What language is this from? The message was from phone code 0037 ...
Help!
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na +1Might be Lithuanian...it is neither Finnish nor a Scandinavian language.
Matthew Roy, Ph.D.


  

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270 days peer agreement (net): +1
Might be Lithuanian...it is neither Finnish nor a Scandinavian language.


Explanation:
I did a search for Sveiku* and most of the sites that pulled up had the .lt country domain extension which is lithuanian. Were you ever able to solve your mystery mobile message?

Matthew Roy, Ph.D.
Local time: 08:34
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish

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agree  Tone Wittmann: You´re right, Matthew
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