To: blam; nuconvert; Dajjal
There might be another explanation for ABLATHANALBA (It might be similar to abracadabra. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/abracadabra
) Here is a picture
It looks like Greek letters, but it is not necessarily in Greek.
Or, if "Alba" is Gaelic for Scotland.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alba
could it be Ab latha n-Alba? something like: O wonder one day in our Scotland (anybody out there that knows Gaelic?)
posted on 03/09/2007 2:04:20 PM PST
A blath an' Alba . . . [sort of =] "it's warm in Scotland." With proper grammar it ought to be "'S blath anns an Alba" . . .
Global Warming! Global Warming! < runs around doing the Highland fling and collapses >
Tha beagan Ghaidlig agam . . . in other words there's a little Gaelic at me, enough to get me into trouble.
posted on 03/09/2007 2:09:30 PM PST
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To: AnAmericanMother; blam
posted on 03/09/2007 2:41:09 PM PST
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