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26 November 2001 @ 03:44 pm


Start : "I am the Red Cyclone!"
Taunt : "Grrr!"


Win poses:

"Harasho!" : "Good!" (in Russian)
"Bolshoi Pabeda!" : "A big victory!" (in Russian)
"Da!" : "Yes!" (in Russian)

My russian friend Ekaterina told me that the correct way of saying it is
"Bolshaya Pabeda", but Bolshoi Pabeda makes sense too.
Siner Dsirnerd on November 26th, 2001 05:24 pm (UTC)
i want to name my daughter zangief.
the pigeonpassengerpigeon on November 26th, 2001 05:58 pm (UTC)
Re: zangief
I too wish to name your daughter Zangief.

or really anyone's daughter but my own.
Saisaizai on December 5th, 2001 11:29 pm (UTC)
Actually, it can only be one of the two. The difference is "-aya" is female adjective and "-oi" is male adjective.

Nouns in Russian have genders, much like Spanish or French.

But frankly, I don't usually remember what is what. I *think* "pabeda" is female, though.

Yay for the linguist nerd.
MegaManmegaman on December 7th, 2001 02:03 am (UTC)
Scooby doo just found laurel and hardy! it's amazing! almost as great as when they met the globetrotters!