[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] "TSCH"- Surname: Tschelog
otto at schienke.com
Sat Nov 4 08:57:13 PST 2006
This may serve as a basic indicator only. . .
-Keep your eye on the ListServ as others may go into depth on this-
Check out the Czechoslovakian/Austrian areas.
The consonant group 'sch' is usually a specific German language
For example, 'school' in English is pronounced in the Dutch sounding
out of 'sch'= 'skool', the German equivalent is= 'schule' pronounced
'tsch'-ech'isch = 'Czech like' -Tschech is the German form of Czech
as in 'Czech'oslvakia
('tsh' creates the English language sound of 'ch' as the beginning of
ma-'tch' = match -English form of German 'tsch' or Slovak 'cz'
. . . Otto
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"The more mysterious it becomes... the more you understand."
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