Re: [SLOVAK-ROOTS] Gayar-och
- I am now reasonably convinced that the Gayaroch spelling is for present- day
Gajary. I did find one spelling for this village in 1808 as being Gayring.
Richard & Johanna Mihalek
Northern Wisconsin by Lake Superior
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan ANTOSKA" <aantoska@...>
Sent: Wednesday, August 02, 2000 7:37 AM
Subject: [SLOVAK-ROOTS] Gayar-och
> Re: "Gayaroch is not listed as any village, city,
> county/zupa or district/okres so that one is a puzzler"
> I thought I saw Frank answer this one with words to the
> effect that "Gajaroch" is in slovak grammar locative,
> (If so, I apologise for the duplication.)
> In researching the village of Smrecany, I note that the
> surrounding vicinity is referred to as "Smrecanoch".
> Hence, I would suggest that Gajar-och is probably
> "Gajary" (and its vicinity), located about 6klm Northwest
> of Malacky and about 60 klm north of Bratislava.
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