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Subject: Re: Am I pronouncing Jago correctly?
Author: Gianfranco E. Tubino Bryce   (guest, 200.121.232.40)
Date: October 20, 2004 at 9:10:39 PM
Reply to: Am I pronouncing Jago correctly? by Arcadia
Jago, I suppose, is akin to Yago, Santiago, Diego, Jacobo, Jacob, Giacomo, etc. Therefore it means both "supplanter" and "holder of the heel" and it's pronounced "ya" (like when a Russian says "yes") and "go" (when someone orders another person to "move on" but withouth the final "w" sound seen in the onomatopeya of a barbie-girl who reacts to a cute action in tv and says "awwww" and makes a cute face herself)

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