lako noc, vuk. (in Off-topic)


Godpanda December 10 2007 12:25 AM EST

What does that mean in English? It's rather important I find out....

QBOddBird December 10 2007 12:27 AM EST

poor GW, the ladies turn you down in every language...

Godpanda December 10 2007 12:31 AM EST

OOB, you have no ironic it is you stay that, rofl.

QBOddBird December 10 2007 12:35 AM EST

You're right, my g/f tells me I need to learn how to iron D';

(but I'd rather make her do it heehee)

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 10 2007 6:33 AM EST

first of all the language is probably Croatian.

lako means lightly or ready or readily or easy or easily or at ease

noć which means night
and
vuk means wolf

are you sure that comma should be there?

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 10 2007 6:33 AM EST

mmm that non ascii character got it wrong its noc with a ' above the c.

QBJohnnywas December 10 2007 6:42 AM EST

It means "good night wolf".

Godpanda December 10 2007 7:03 AM EST

Hmm... Thank you.
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