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At 12:29 -0500 12.1.2000, Steg Belsky wrote:
>> called Itakian?

>Well, interestingly, "Italian" in Hebrew is _italkit_.  (and i have no
>idea where that /k/ came from)

Seems you found the Hebrew name for Judejca, Steg! :-)



/BP

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