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Subject: [Leica] Ma (somewhat OT)
From: "Joseph Codispoti" <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, 17 Aug 2003 13:07:02 -0700
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Sorry to deviate from cheap wines, battery-less Polaroids etc.
The word "Ma" in Chinese, depending on its intonation, means "mother",
"horse", "scolding", and a fourth definition which escapes at the moment. I
would like to ask some of our Chinese friends the complete translation for
the word "Ma" and a description for all its intonations. And, if I may be so
greedy, for the Chinese characters for each definition.
Many she-she in advance.
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