11 December 2007

silk is pache (revisited)

pache = silk (Lhaesine pronunciation = PAYCH, not pronounced like "apache") (noun, adjective) (some things Google found for "pache": an uncommon term; a last name which can be Swiss, notably photographer Philippe Pache and French Revolution era politician Jean-Nicolas Pache; Pache Management Company of Ohio manages the properties; PACHE is a charitable trust working with drop-outs and illiterate children in southern India; means "flowers" in Ayapathu which is an Australian Aboriginal language; means "her, his" in Chewa (or Chichewa) which is a language south-central Africa; means exists in Marathi (Transliterated) which is a language of India; name of cities in Guatemala, Afghanistan, and Guinea-Bissau)

My previous Lhaesine word for "silk" was "pisach".

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