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Re: [Slovak-World] Slovak name

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  • n8de@thepoint.net
    That name is missing the check over the S: S^atan ... obviously pronounced Shah-tahn . Not sure where in Slovakia it originates, but I find it interesting,
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      That name is missing the "check" over the S:

      S^atan ... obviously pronounced 'Shah-tahn'.

      Not sure where in Slovakia it originates, but I find it interesting, too.
      Don Havlicek
      Connersville, IN

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      > Question? How many Slovaks do you know with the name Satan? Hmmmm!
      > Dave
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      > Have you ever heard of any Slovaks named SATAN? Boy, that is the first I
      > ever heard of anyone with THAT name. However, in Slovak, I now have to
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      > ... "It's a high motivation for every player to play for your country,"
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