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jytsika sorry !!

 
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I was deleting postings older than 10 days in the Assignment Log thread and I deleted our duscussion on :-
what jytsika means
So I'm posting it here again
j = Jughead Jones
y = ??
t = Tom Sawyer
s = ??
ika = standard "append" you use

[This message has been edited by Johannes de Jong (edited September 27, 2001).]
 
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Dear Jdj,
Y = Huck'y' Finn
ts = Tom Sawyer
Do you know what? Its the kids who love this unique 'jytsika'
name most. They simply love the sound this name creates. My 2 year old cousin chides my parents when they use my old name
jytsika
 
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So how do you pronounce it? Does the first syllable rhyme with "hit" or "height"? Do you push the s into the first syallable or leave it in the second? Great name, I just want to get it right.
Paul R
 
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Hi Paul
Thanks. 'jyt' rhymes with hit and 's' is in the first syllable.
jyts
 
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