November 20, 2002 1:34AM
edited January 2014
Съм строител двор
Reply 1 of 7
November 20, 2002 1:46AM
Something of the court. The fish say: S"m of stroitel the court
Another service said Ñúì builder court
Reply 2 of 7
November 20, 2002 5:40AM
Do we have any Bulgarian members?
строител = stroitel = builder
двор = dvor = yard]
[ 11-20-2002: Message edited by: Belle ]
[ 11-20-2002: Message edited by: Belle ]</p>
Reply 3 of 7
November 20, 2002 5:57AM
russian, you mean ?!
Reply 4 of 7
November 20, 2002 8:41AM
[quote]Originally posted by Defiant:
<strong>russian, you mean ?!</strong><hr></blockquote>
Hmm, I think it's Bulgarian. All slavic cyrillic languages are similar, but I'm pretty certain that Съм is Bulgarian, and means "be", as in "to be present".
Reply 5 of 7
November 21, 2002 1:13PM
I don't know the first word.. could mean the figure seven (7) but I'm not sure.
The second word means something like "constructor" and the last word means "courtyard"...
Hope I could help
Reply 6 of 7
November 25, 2002 9:48AM
I actually called my girlfriend to ask her (she's Bulgarian). It was slightly confusing describing cyrillic letters over the phone, and it still doesn't quite make sense:
"I am Builder Yard"
Reply 7 of 7
November 25, 2002 10:51AM
[quote]Originally posted by danielb0101:
<strong>Съм строител двор</strong><hr></blockquote>
Why? Where did it come from? Perhaps a context would help put it in perspective...