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OK, i got it. Thank u very much. I do will fill in "summery field". --Dermee 18:11, 16 June 2006 (UTC)
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tugrik and mongoEdit
Hey, I would like you to help me in some etymologic questions. I would like to know the meening of the words төгрөг (Mongolian tugrug) and мөнгө (mongo). I found on the Internet that tugrug is something like wheel or round. The help of a native speaker would be wonderful! Thanks in advance, Timur lenk 00:58, 30 December 2006 (UTC)
Thank you very much having interest in mongolian monetary unit and asking me about it. The first word tugrik is official monetary unit of Mongolia. "Tugrik" the adjective, stands for round or circle thing. I suppose earlier currencies where round so they called it so. Maybe this shape made it easier to carry on everywhere, like coins.
On the other hand the "mongo" expresses money, the oral expression of tugrik. --Dermee 06:05, 30 December 2006 (UTC)
Romanisation of MongolianEdit
Hi, I noticed that you're a native speaker of Mongolian. I thought you might be interested in the conversation ongoing at Wikipedia talk:Romanisation of Mongolian. Cheers, Nat Krause(Talk!·What have I done?) 19:16, 18 February 2007 (UTC)
We're still not sure what language is used in this article: Аав but we think it's either Mongolian or Kazakh. So could you please translate the article title and content (it's very short) as soon as possible?
Article title: Аав
Өглөө эртлэн босохдоо таныгаа би үгүйлдэгээ мэдэрдэг Өмөг түшиг тань үрдээ амьдрал бэлэглэдэг байсан байна Хэзээ ч би ганцаардана гэдгээ мэдэхгүй эрх тэнэг байж Хэрвээ та байсан бол...
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