CAN YOU HELP ME? LITTLE QUESTION...

How do you say in Russian...? What does this Russian word mean? *Please, check a dictionary before posting here
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CAN YOU HELP ME? LITTLE QUESTION...

Postby david1976 » Jul 20th, 17, 12:53

Hello! Last week I bought a book from Russia. The last owner wrote two words in russian language in a page. I tried to translate but it was impossible for me. I hope you can help me just to know what those words means. You can watch it in the archive added. Thank you very much!!! David
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Re: CAN YOU HELP ME? LITTLE QUESTION...

Postby serg730 » Jul 31st, 17, 18:13

it is impossible to read :)

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Postby Anastasiia_85 » Nov 19th, 17, 18:28

david1976 wrote:Hello! Last week I bought a book from Russia. The last owner wrote two words in russian language in a page. I tried to translate but it was impossible for me. I hope you can help me just to know what those words means. You can watch it in the archive added. Thank you very much!!! David



Hello, dear. It is Bulgarian language. Notice: "За прерпяно". It's translate in Russian "Для отвлечения внимания", in English "for diverting attention". I think it is kinde of notice like "Look, I have written you some warm wishes. Ok?"

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Postby david1976 » Nov 23rd, 17, 20:10

Hello Anastasia. Thank you very much for your help. I was thinking the language of the book was kazajian or from turkmenistan, because the book is a Coran. Never thought it was wrote in bulgarian. Thank you very much and have a good day. Best Regards!!


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