George Lavode?

Davdi Silverrock davdisil at gmail.com
Sun Feb 5 23:22:59 PST 2006

On 2/5/06, rone <rone at ennui.org> wrote:
> Davdi Silverrock writes:
>>   In doing some name research, I came across this:
>>      http://www.behindthename.com/php/view.php?name=gyo12rgy
>>   GY?RGY
>>   Usage: Hungarian
>>   Hungarian form of GEORGE
>   Well.
> Well, what?  You didn't realize that Gyorg is a form of George?

Well, this may astonish you, but things that are totally obvious to
some are completely new and opaque to others, until that one little
detail is actually disclosed at some point.  I only learned that
"Kieron" is an Irish name a few years ago, for example.

And, well, Steve totally missed out on a chance to show off his
Hungarian pronunciation skills when he recorded "Gyorg" with hard "G"

> Frossie:        Tits have no muscles.
> Mike Andrews:   Eppur si muove.