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The asker has declined this answer Comment: I KNOW THAT IT IS RUSSIAN , I WANT SOMEONE TO TRANSLATE IT
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Explanation: The NY and S in DuNYaSka would suggest that this is a Hungarian spelling (transliteration) of a Russian female name. The word/name itself is not current in Hungarian, but it the spelling would suggest that there MIGHT be a connection to Hungarian anyway.
Csaba Ban Hungary Local time: 07:54 Native speaker of: Hungarian