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  • Archpriest Stefan Pavlenko
    Next you will be using the dreded N word! ... you scrach a russian tzar or general. ... real name. ... on Yahoo.) ... trusted. ... linguistic derivative of
    Message 1 of 12 , Dec 27, 2006
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      Next you will be using the dreded "N" word!



      --- In orthodox-synod@yahoogroups.com, gene703 <gene703@...> wrote:
      >
      > That's right Vova,
      >
      > Scratch a rusky and you find a tatar, tell'em what you find if
      you scrach a russian tzar or general.
      >
      > Gene T
      >
      > antiquariu@... wrote:
      >
      > In a message dated 12/27/2006 8:52:48 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
      > thomas.s.deretich@... writes:
      >
      > Mr. Hindrichs also dishonestly implied that I have not used my
      real name.
      > (Ironically it is he who uses three first names and two last names
      on Yahoo.)
      > He has discredited himself on all these issues and cannot be
      trusted.
      >
      > Okay chuckles, time for a little lesson in diminutives: Vova is a
      > diminutive for Vladimir, which is my baptized name, and a
      linguistic derivative of
      > Werner, which in the 7th century was the equivalent of Waldemar,
      the original
      > Germanic form of Werner. As far as last names are concerned, I've
      never
      > changed. If you are referring to the use of a traditional Saxon
      patronymic,
      > Saemmler, which I use in hyphenated form, its something Slavs
      should be intimately
      > familiar with. Get a life. I do not fly false flags, as several on
      this list
      > do.
      >
      > You, sir, are the one who cannot be trusted.
      >
      > Vova H.
      >
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