Scotto Hlad nevesht:
>I walked through a flea market and found a romanian-english dictionary. It
>was 5$ but I was beyond broke. I hope to get back there soon. I'd love to
>have that. I'd like the Romance etymological too.
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>Sent: Thursday, June 01, 2006 8:13 AM
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>Subject: Re: I may not be a bearded, left-handed, gay Lithuanian, but...
>Scotto Hlad writes:
> > Well my email server returned some email so I've been away for a bit.
> > glad to see that I'm not the only one who buys language books for his
> > collection. And dictionaries!
> > Scotto
> > (Bearded, non left handed, gay, non Lithuanian)
>Welcome back! :-)
>I collect dictionaries, too. The thicker, the better. The weirder,
>the better. Currently I'm waiting for quite a normal book: a Romance
I found a Western Abenaki dictionary in a thrift store. Other languages I
have something on(bilingual book, dictionary, picture dictionary, phrase
book, word list, grammar, Teach Yourself, etc.): English, Middle English,
Scots, Old English, Icelandic, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Dutch, German,
Latin, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Romanian, Lithuanian, Russian.
Ukrainian, Czech, Croat, Polish, Irish, Gaelic, Albanian, Classical Greek,
Modern Greek, Farsi, Sanskrt, Hindi, Punjabi, Finnish, Hungarian, Turkish,
Arabic, Hebrew, Ancient Egyptian, kiSwahili, Tamil, Thai, Lao, Vietnamese,
Hmoob(Hmong), Chinese, Cantonese, Korean, Japanese, Indonesian, Gadang,
Tagalog, Hawaiian, Ojibwa, Mohegan, Shawnee, Inuktitut, Mohawk, Cree,
Klingon, Sindarin, Quenya, Esperanto, Sandastrian, Proto-Indoeuropean, and