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Old 03-02-2009, 07:51 AM   #21
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I think Kurtuli may be a Turkish word, however, the suffix looks like it has been added for local Macedonian use after its adoption.

What is Sherbetisa?
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Old 03-02-2009, 08:11 AM   #22
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I think Kurtuli may be a Turkish word, however, the suffix looks like it has been added for local Macedonian use after its adoption.

What is Sherbetisa?
yep I just checked it, kurtul is turkish for being saved or freed off. sorry had to check it out before posting it.

Sherbet is a water with sugar in it.

Sherbetisa means to become sugary

I have checked Sherbet, it seems that there is no turkish word alike.

For being sugary, they use şekerli..........

Any possibility some of you use Spuftosa?

Very bad word though... :-)
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Old 03-02-2009, 08:40 AM   #23
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Sherbet is related to the English Sherbet I would assume, which also means a type of sweet.

I am beginning to understand your concept a little better now with regard to the 'sa' suffix.

Sherbet (sweet)
Se sherbetisa (it became sweet)

Maslo (oil)
Se maslosa (it became oily)


Is this feature present in Bulgarian or Serb?
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Old 03-02-2009, 11:00 AM   #24
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Sherbet is related to the English Sherbet I would assume, which also means a type of sweet.

I am beginning to understand your concept a little better now with regard to the 'sa' suffix.

Sherbet (sweet)
Se sherbetisa (it became sweet)

Maslo (oil)
Se maslosa (it became oily)


Is this feature present in Bulgarian or Serb?
Yep now you have catch my Idea

I am not aware of this feature in Bulg and Serb, but don't know for sure though.

I can go on an try to find out more about it. Will take some time though.
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Any possibility some of you use Spuftosa?

Very bad word though... :-)
No, but it sounds disgusting. !
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I sent an email to a Bulgar friend, he has never heard of the above words. Should we add the one's not already on the list of the locked thread?
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No, but it sounds disgusting. !
Of course it does.

it comes from Puva or Pufa > poop and describes the process of becoming like the smell of the poop

that is why it sound so disgusting.........
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I sent an email to a Bulgar friend, he has never heard of the above words. Should we add the one's not already on the list of the locked thread?
yep, would be nice
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Just to note that spolaiti is not one word. It is 'spolaj ti'. Another use 'spolaj mu na boga' or 'spolaj ti boze'.
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Just to note that spolaiti is not one word. It is 'spolaj ti'. Another use 'spolaj mu na boga' or 'spolaj ti boze'.
That is true, I will add the word on the list in that form - Spolai.
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