|Subject:||Re: hispanic or latin-american national nicknames|
|Author:||Domhnall (guest, 126.96.36.199)|
|Date:||October 28, 2004 at 10:38:41 PM|
|Reply to:||Re: hispanic or latin-american national nicknames by Alex|
Sorry I couldn't help with ITZU.
Latin-American given names (what with Spanish and the native tongues so intermingled and so confusing to me) are probably my worst field of understanding in nomenclature.
Seriously, I think my crap grasp of Korean names is superior to my understanding of any & all Mexican morphology. But I'm young yet, I pledge to study therein one day.
Anywho, I would appreciate it very much if both you and Magia could address the minor discrepancies between posts.
Carioca- Brazil, (all)/Rio de Janairo
Jarocho- Mexico, Veracruz/Jalisco
You both offer insights I find very valuable.
Thanks once again.
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