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08:46 Aug 7, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: schneikart
I am trying to find out the translation of one of my realitives last names
saskia
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naIt does not appear to have a meaning.Dan McCrosky


  

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It does not appear to have a meaning.


Explanation:
Hi Saskia,
The name does not exist as a word in the more or less official German dictionary, DUDEN, or in any other dictionaries I have. The "Schnei" part could come from the verbs for "to tailor" or for "to snow" but I doubt it. The "kart" part could come from the noun for "card", but again I doubt it. It is a fairly common name though, if you try it in one of the big search engines you might find a relative. - Sorry I couldn't help. - Dan


Dan McCrosky
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