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AFAIK, it's something very near to a good transliteration of the modern
Roman dialect, though it's always hard to transliterate a vernacular
language that it's very similar to others in that zone. :)

However, I can be wrong because I'm not a Roman. ;-)



Your analysis has been confirmed, Gianluca, by a local expert, who writes :
«E' dialetto romano.
Significa:" Non ti preoccupare, non ci offendiamo, e non lo so se
ora............ ti può dare una mano".»

So now we know !...


:-)) this poor man cannot anymore hide behind a dialect in this
friendship-spread-net world:-))) soon I'll have to study some language
like Navajo or Sardinian....... or you have also such kind of friends??? :-)

P.S why I had to cut all this Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: [tdf-discuss] Re:
[tdf-discuss] Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: [tdf-discuss] in
the subject???

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