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Subject: Re: word words
From: Yusuf B Gursey <ygur...@gmail.com>
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On Sep 11, 4:21=A0am, Dieter Britz <dieterhansbr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> There are words made up that repeat themselves. E.g.
> the Turkish bread I bought was called pidebr=F8d, which means
> (flat)bread bread. I once read about a fort in Turkey that
pide means "faltbread" in Turkish.
> originally had a Turkish name meaning "Fort", then became
> "Redoubt <turkish name>", and later "Fort Redoubt <..>",
> so it was Fort Fort Fort.
I would like to know more about that
> What is the name for this sort of thing?
> Dieter Britz