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English translation: gang or band

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Lithuanian term or phrase:gauja
English translation:gang or band
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20:06 Nov 9, 2000
Lithuanian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Lithuanian term or phrase: gauja
I have seen it in Lithuanian but don't know what it means
Gunar Bekmans
Band, gang
Explanation:
"Gauja" means "band" or "gang" if you talk about people and "pack" if you mean dogs, wolves, etc.
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2 hrs
Band, gang


Explanation:
"Gauja" means "band" or "gang" if you talk about people and "pack" if you mean dogs, wolves, etc.


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