On Thu, 10 May 2001, M.Kirillov wrote:
> So, you with them, Brut?!
> There in NO Russian family name 'Kirilov'! Only 'Kirillov'!
> I understand you may not to know that but at least you could
> read it!
=E8=D2=CD=CD=CD... =F2=D5=D3=D3=CB=C9=CA '=CC' =D7=D3=C5=C7=C4=C1 =D0=D2=
=C5=D7=D2=C1=DD=C1=C5=D4 =C4=C2=C1 =CC=C1=D4=C9=CE=D3=CB=D5=CA 'l'? =F1 =CE=
Just wrote your name same way as I'd speak it...
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On Thu, 10 May 2001, Mathias Hasselmann wrote:
> On Thu, 10 May 2001, M.Kirillov wrote:
>> So, you with them, Brut?!
>> There in NO Russian family name 'Kirilov'!
>> Only 'Kirillov'!
Well, this should be read 'I never heard about single l'.
Exclusions may be be caused by officials misspelling. I'm
sure it is not traditional. At least while you are not going
to completely follow the greek name 'Cyril'.
>> I understand you may not to know that but at=20
>> least you could read it!
> <div charset=3D"koi-8">
> =E8=D2=CD=CD=CD... =F2=D5=D3=D3=CB=C9=CA '=CC' =D7=D3=C5=C7=C4=C1 =D0=
=D2=C5=D7=D2=C1=DD=C1=C5=D4 =C4=C2=C1 =CC=C1=D4=C9=CE=D3=CB=D5=CA
> 'l'? =F1 =CE=C5 =DA=CE=C1=CC...
Heisst es, dass ich soll 'llll' schreiben?
> Just wrote your name same way as I'd speak it...
Well, I don't know what I must write according to the rules
(and what rules I must follow), but I came to some latin
spelling and would like people will follow it.
PS. :) I could seem too emitional. You surely have right to
make a mistake here. But, I'm very familiar to the question,
and get nervous easily.