theania at freeuk.com
Thu Nov 23 19:56:16 EST 2000
We also have namedays in Poland. They are more celebrated than birthdays.
Mine is on the 26th of july, the feast of St. Anne. Bit close to my birthday
(July 31st) for my liking.
The worst is if your birthday is around Xmas and your name is Adam or Eve.
Their day is on Xmas eve. So, one lot of presents instead of three.
----- Original Message -----
From: Satu S Hlinovsky <skanervi at cc.helsinki.fi>
> On Tue, 17 Oct 2000, Kyla Tornheim wrote:
> > On Tue, 17 Oct 2000, Tarja Rainio wrote:
> > > send you some Finnish names as well. Here's just a random selection
> > > from my calendar.
> > Is is a Scandinavian thing to have names on the calendars?
> Not only Scandinavian - they have them in at least Czech Republic,
> too. (and I suppose in all the other slavonic countries as well)
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