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Sunday, February 05, 2006 

My Name in Vietnamese

Languages interest me a lot and I am always out to learn more and more stuff in different languages. So I have just learned from a friend what my full name in Vietnamese would be if we went for word by word translation by meaning. Its turns out to be that I'd be called - Hoang Tu Thuoc Tien Cuoi Lang.

Thats a loooong name! Its kinda funny! But kinda cool too.

Heres the analysis -

Hoang Tu = Prince = Kumar
Thuoc Tien = Elixir of Immortality = Amrut
Cuoi Lang = Town's End = Chheda

:))

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