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    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lOKbqfzD6rc

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lOKbqfzD6rc
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    It's not, if you have certain purposes, nothing...

    It's not, if you have certain purposes, nothing philosophically here,just my wishes and eagerness of how to express this energy.


    I remember when my father was putting me on the wheel, you...
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    The actual story of the young Dochia dates from...

    The actual story of the young Dochia dates from the early 19th and it represents the modification made by the author after he has picked it from a shepherd,in the original version,that has survived...
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    I have found some interesting legends,that seem...

    I have found some interesting legends,that seem to correspond to a certain degree,the Albanian Constantine and Doruntine,Dhoqina,and the Romanian Dochia,there are,however,some significant differences...
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    Actually, there was an Italian linguist, probably...

    Actually, there was an Italian linguist, probably a penguin with hat and a bowtie,who wanted to bring us closer,to the Adriatic,claiming that mare,which is,great,large,big,comes from the word for...
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    Wishful Thinking,two different words with the...

    Wishful Thinking,two different words with the same form are not a 100% match,for instance,in Romanian we do have a mare,that's what we call the sea,and another one that means important,...
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    Apart from Asens,another important clue that the...

    Apart from Asens,another important clue that the Cumans were quickly assimilated by the Vlachs is Belaur's name,definitely coming from the Romanian- inherited Balaur,a common name even today,related...
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    Another interesting character from the same...

    Another interesting character from the same region,the football player Dimitar Berbatov,his name is Romanian,that is, Barbat,a man,from Latin barba.

    Berbatov's name can be ultimately related to...
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    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rayna

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rayna
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    I have been searching for Wallachian influences...

    I have been searching for Wallachian influences in many parts of Serbia,Montenegro or Albania,but I got nothing,so far I have found only these two clips that worth mentioning.

    The singer is called...
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    Yeah,you heard well,Bulgarians. If I were...

    Yeah,you heard well,Bulgarians.
    If I were you,I'd pay attention to the most Romanized Vlachs,because,when the stakes are very high,believe me,people can be extremely unpredictable.
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    An Italian,walking through the Romanian provinces...

    An Italian,walking through the Romanian provinces in the 16th c. ,observes the difference between the"sweet,fine" Moldavian speech and the endeavouring, guts, Western Wallachian one, described as...
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    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fv76X229KX0

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fv76X229KX0
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    "I believe that these peoples,Albanians and...

    "I believe that these peoples,Albanians and Romanians,had a common word,before dor and mall.My feeling is that,before the Latins ,a typical term had existed,who was replaced later,because...
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    The Fossatisii were mainly lowlanders or...

    The Fossatisii were mainly lowlanders or lowland-based groups from the first line of defense-the Danube frontier,apart of the more in depth Sacromontisi that held the mountain (possibly Haemus)passes...
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    "In the fifth and sixth centuries,fossatum meant ...

    "In the fifth and sixth centuries,fossatum meant military camp..."


    That's not the point,both Sacromontisi and
    Fossatisii must involve geographical differentiation,otherwise the first term...
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    The compact,larger,standard village called sat...

    The compact,larger,standard village called sat
    comes from fossatus,fossatum and satum,with additional meanings that obviously imply agriculture, such as "a field,plain etc.",while the isolated...
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    Calus leaps definitely sounds like Salli,it can...

    Calus leaps definitely sounds like Salli,it can be also connected to Thracian Cabeiri.
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    http://apologetic.blog.bg/hobi/2017/01/01/votivni-...

    http://apologetic.blog.bg/hobi/2017/01/01/votivni-obrochni-plochki.1500070

    Horse-headed monsters also exists in the Celtic folklore, for example,Each Uisge,that has the den into the Black River.
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    The old man proudly and sprightly dances...

    The old man proudly and sprightly dances Calus,literally The Little Horse,obviously coming from the Danubian Knights,Thracian Horsemen, Epona and her Getic counterpart,easily to be recognized on the...
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    https://www.ceeol.com/search/article-detail?id=117...

    https://www.ceeol.com/search/article-detail?id=117874
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    Saint Demeter's Fire,Sumedru: ...

    Saint Demeter's Fire,Sumedru:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ytohGSyv8Ug

    It's a celebration where people are offering fruits,what makes this even more interesting ,the fact that Saint Demeter is...
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    We encounter ,again ,a Spanish term,munir,that...

    We encounter ,again ,a Spanish term,munir,that refers to arranging a matter of business.

    https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/muñir#Spanish

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Via_Argentaria
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    The association castigo-to earn is related with...

    The association castigo-to earn is related with moneo(to admonish),from which Latin moneta originates,and implies minting process, since Juno Moneta had the following epithet: the Admonisher.

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    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castigat_ridendo_m...

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castigat_ridendo_mores
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