|Subject:||Re: An elaboration of SARAH/ZARAH? (nt)|
|Author:||Andy ;—) (guest, 220.127.116.11)|
|Date:||October 16, 2005 at 12:42:28 PM|
|Reply to:||Re: An elaboration of SARAH/ZARAH? (nt) by ADT|
As you can see from the question mark, I don't know. So I start using my imagination - in other words: I'm guessing.
Well, "-inka" could be a Slavonic ending indicating a pet form (like in ANNINKA). Which would leave "Zr-" or maybe "Zar-". A Z can always come in for an S in various languages (such as Spanish). So why not Sarah / Zarah?
I know this quite a vague theory - but this is all I can come up with. So I'm sure, somebody else will have a better idea …
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