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RE: Levent Cur slang

At 10:08 PM 10/6/98 -0400, MHLIGGINS@aol.com wrote:
>>I didn't know.  So I went home and asked the expert (my wife,
>>Turkish-Cypriot).  She doesn't know either.  Prolly one of those lost in
>>antiquity things.  
>>> I wonder what the word means in Turkish, its native language.  Gary?
>	I had assumed it was from the Scottish or (old english) "leven", and thus
>meant "lawn".  Giving the words the equivalent of "yard dog".  Thus I've
>always assumed that it was a pen name and we were having our legs (or other
>appendages) pulled.  So I've never really read ANY of the posts that came from
>that internet account.
>	But, we do come to some strange conclusions here in Bucksnort.
>	Later.
>	--ml

Ok since you all are stupid....  I was born in Michigan my father was born
in Ankara, Turkey...  He does very well...  Big guy at Whirlpool Corp.
Since i know turkish you guys can keep on guessing till the cows come
home....  My first name "LEVENT" means soldier...  and my last name "CUR"
doesn't mean dog...  thats what it means in english....  But thats a
turkish word not english....  So shut the hell up already...  Would you
like it if i made fun of how half of the list has really crappy old cars...
 Audi's that is...  And me a little old 19 year old will be trading my
100CSQ to a dealer for a 1996 S6...  Cheap....

Levent Cur
'93 100CS Quattro (Mine) 93,500 Miles (Mint)
'87 5000CS Turbo (Sister's) 199,900 Miles (Near Mint)
'83 Volvo 240 DL (Mine) 265,000 Miles (Close to Mint)