|Subject:||Re: "Flensburgh/ Flansburgh and "Arnhem" (both Dutch?)|
|Author:||Lissy (Authenticated as GLynElisabeth)|
|Date:||March 23, 2005 at 11:30:26 PM|
|Reply to:||"Flensburgh/ Flansburgh and "Arnhem" (both Dutch?) by "Bagpus and Friends"|
Well, Arnhem is a city in the Netherlands, what it means, I don't know.
Flansburgh or Flensburgh I have no idea. Burgh means city, a flens(je) is a dutch word for a smal pancake, but I'm almost positive that that's not what it means here. Maybe it's Flamish? It seems very Belgian to me...
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