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    Is this a word or a surname? сбанемь

    It was found wrapped around a silver cup with the word that I believe to be Angela in translation.

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    Re: Is this a word or a surname? сбанемь

    Quote Originally Posted by Prages
    It was found wrapped around a silver cup with the word that I believe to be Angela in translation.

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    There is neither such word nor name.
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    Could it be a different language that looks similar to the cyrillic alphabet?

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    Re: Is this a word or a surname? сбанемь

    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    Quote Originally Posted by Prages
    It was found wrapped around a silver cup with the word that I believe to be Angela in translation.

    Thank you
    There is neither such word nor name.
    But it has sense with the first "е" instead of "с" (misreading??) and without "ь" at the end... The letter at the end can also be "Ъ", aimed to stylize the old russian orthography.
    Could you please occasionally correct my stupid errors!
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    Re: Is this a word or a surname? сбанемь

    Quote Originally Posted by Guin
    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    Quote Originally Posted by Prages
    It was found wrapped around a silver cup with the word that I believe to be Angela in translation.

    Thank you
    There is neither such word nor name.
    But it has sense with the first "е" instead of "с" (misreading??) and without "ь" at the end... The letter at the end can also be "Ъ", aimed to stylize the old russian orthography.
    The f*cking of Angela? What kind of cup is this?!?!
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    Re: Is this a word or a surname? сбанемь

    Quote Originally Posted by Prages
    It was found wrapped around a silver cup with the word that I believe to be Angela in translation.

    Thank you
    Although I can't imagine a word itself without a media wrapped around a cup, I suppose it could be "с днемъ ангела" meens name day greetings.
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    Re: Is this a word or a surname? сбанемь

    Quote Originally Posted by vox05
    Quote Originally Posted by Prages
    It was found wrapped around a silver cup with the word that I believe to be Angela in translation.

    Thank you
    Although I can't imagine a word itself without a media wrapped around a cup, I suppose it could be "с днемъ ангела" meens name day greetings.
    AT LAST

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    Re: Is this a word or a surname? сбанемь

    Quote Originally Posted by Indra
    Quote Originally Posted by vox05
    Quote Originally Posted by Prages
    It was found wrapped around a silver cup with the word that I believe to be Angela in translation.

    Thank you
    Although I can't imagine a word itself without a media wrapped around a cup, I suppose it could be "с днемъ ангела" meens name day greetings.
    AT LAST
    I think this is the most likely.
    Happy Angel's Day
    Well, I don't know what to say. I want to say thanks to the Academy, to Mama, to Papa and to my dog. I love you all.

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    Re: Is this a word or a surname? сбанемь

    Quote Originally Posted by Guin
    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    Quote Originally Posted by Prages
    It was found wrapped around a silver cup with the word that I believe to be Angela in translation.

    Thank you
    There is neither such word nor name.
    But it has sense with the first "е" instead of "с" (misreading??) and without "ь" at the end... The letter at the end can also be "Ъ", aimed to stylize the old russian orthography.
    Well, E Б А Н Ё М Ъ -
    It requires a question mark at the end considering the fact that the letters appear on a silver cup. I mean:
    ЕБАНЁМ? (Русские могут добавить "ну-с, ебанём-с?") - A drinking toast! a coarse translation may sound as "Shall we?"

    WARNING! See the last part of my signature (just in case). I'm not going to insist on this version, though.
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    Да нет - всё правильно. Там, конечно, "Съ днемъ Ангела" написано. Шрифт там старый, необычный. Поэтому, твёрдый знак он спутал с "Б", а "Д" с "А".

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    Guin, Ramil I writhe in hysterics!!! LOL
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