Re: [tied] Russian for Homerus

From: Sergejus Tarasovas
Message: 17428
Date: 2003-01-06

> >But the name has been borrowed long before now -- at least two
> >centuries ago. <g> survives in that case (that's what I meant by
> >"traditional names").
> So it's probably also "Garri Potter" (besides Tani Grotter).

Sure. And <doktor Vatson> (some tried to take him from Russian children
and fobb off some <doktor Uotson>, but they failed).