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Christophe wrote:

> En réponse à Nik Taylor <[log in to unmask]>:
>
> > > On Tue, 24 Oct 2000, Steg Belsky wrote:
> > >
> > > > I like the Spanish term TTT for WWW, that i saw on the Spanish
> > Conlang
> > > > list, IdeoLengua. la Tela Trans-Terrestre.  (IIRC)
> >
> > TTT, definitely superior to the hideous, tongue-twisting, WWW.  One of
> > the few abbreviations that takes longer to say than what it stands for!
> >
>
> Except if you're German or Dutch :) . Than it's just as long as TTT
(/veveve/ in
> German, /wewewe/ in Dutch). I adopted the Dutch manner, much easier than
> /dubl@'vedubl@'vedubl@'ve/ :) .

The same in Italian /tititi/ and /vuvuvu/ aren't so different. 'w' is a
strange letter. There are people calling it /vu/, but it can be called also
doppia vi or doppia vu. <v> is called /vi/, but there are some people (they
must love confusion) who call it /vu/.

Luca