GTH, C, GTH Posted on February 25, 2007 by Luis Villa Lets go, ladies. Give ’em hell. Share this: Published by Luis Villa View all posts by Luis Villa
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sounds pretty much like polish…
what i’ve learnt from czech: always consider L,R and Y as syllable-building vowels, that makes surviving a hell easier, but the number of explosions in your mouth will unfortunately remain the same…
Yes it is Polish. Krzyzewski would be a last name, the ville is obvious. Krzyzewski is rooted in the Polish word Krzywy, means crooked, not as in corrupt but as in not strait. I don’t know how that last name would get assigned to some one (as opposed to Smith which is trivial to figure out).
Yeah, Krzyzewski is the son of Polish immigrants. Goestenkors… no idea where that comes from, actually.
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