<  >
Subject: Re: Kitka
Author: HanaB   (Authenticated as HanaB)
Date: March 9, 2010 at 4:11:16 AM
Reply to: Re: Kitka by Christo
In Czech, "kytka" (with an y, not i) means flower or bouquet, depending on the context, and it's a bit colloquial, especially if it means bouquet I think (the "correct" words are "kvìtina" and "kytice", respectively).
Certainly not a name here either.

Because this message is archived you cannot respond to it.

Messages in this thread: