moe she hay bee kong gok now no

07:16 Aug 4, 2001
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For 15+ years, periodically, I have been awakened or awoke a family member speaking "jibberish" in my sleep. For the first time this morning, I can remember how part of it sounded. I don't know what language it might be... or if it's even a language. If so, Hebrew or Arabic????

I know no other language than English and have never traveled outside the US. The phrase above is spelled to the best of my ability to how it sounded. The mo she and the kong gok sounded more like single words as I spoke them.

Thanks for your help.


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