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DALanaguages : Looking for Ossetian Translators go to the top of the page

We're currently looking for an Ossetian translator to translate a small document... 

 

Please get in touch on translation@dalanguages.co.uk 

 

Thanks

30.06.2010 , 19:09  
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I am living in Turkey and looking for my descendants ( family) living in Ossetia.Could you please write iron families living in Osetia .  

 

Dear Turkish Brother/Sister, 

There are thousands of clans (myggagta) with different family names live in Ossetia. To find your relatieves you need to know at least what is your Ossetian ancestral family name (last name). It would also help if you find out from which village in Ossetia your ancestors where originated. 

 

Admin  

 

ˮ񩧠ﳰ楠볨񯣠鸠 Ruslan Kuchity 1.7.2010 .

30.06.2010 , 16:39  
Honest Observer : You do good work go to the top of the page

Hello. I just discovered your website. It is very interesting, there is a lot of information and it is well written. We have no info about your country in Europe and a lot of disinformation or misinformation ! Good luck.

05.05.2010 , 16:40  
Ruslan Kuchity : go to the top of the page

The most influential people in the world. 

29.04.2010 

Acerbic talent show judge Simon Cowell, actress Sandra Bullock, singer Lady Gaga and the pop star now known as Prince are among the most influential artists of 2010, according to Time magazine. 

Comedian Conan O'Brien, Russian conductor Valery Gergiev and chef David Chang also made the annual list compiled by the magazine's senior editors. 

 

Bravo Maestro! 

Bravo Ossetian! 

 

30.04.2010 , 04:08 [ E-mail ]
karolina : Warm regards go to the top of the page

Its so good to be here...Im sending my warm thoughts... More than 2 years ago I was working in Tskhinvali... as a civilian with engineers.Iwas working with Karl S. engineer from Germany. 

I met in South Ossetia a lot of fantastic people, Wioletta, Zera, Maka, Taimuraz, Wowa... I miss You all!  

 

If anyone of You is here... please contact me ... carolinascotties@yahoo.com 

 

My bigest dream is to come back there...

18.03.2010 , 14:08  
svobodno11 : Language go to the top of the page

! Hello! I am currently studying the Russian language and I love it. I cannot tell you precisely how I became interested in Ossetia and the Caucasus, but after I began conducting research on the region, I have found something I loved. I believe it is a very important part of the world that does not receive enough attention by most American universities. In fact, the Caucasus and Central Asian regions are the most understudied region in American universities. But that is where my focus is at in my studies. I really would like to learn the Ossetian language but I don't think there is anywhere in the United States that offers it. Perhaps some day, maybe in graduate school, I will come to North Ossetia specifically, and not just to Moscow or Saint Petersburg which I am planning to do my junior year. If anyone has any advice as to where I could turn it would be greatly appreciated.

15.01.2010 , 02:50
Mike : go to the top of the page

Very interesting.  

28.12.2009 , 06:56  
kola : answer to Eirik go to the top of the page

Hello Eirik!And as a historian i see some ancient links beetween Scandinavia and Ossetia!The term scandinavia derivered from Scone/Scania which is the same thing as Ascania!Thats how Scythians called their Land...(compare biblical askenaz-for scythians) And its common knowledge that ossetian language is the only survived ancestor of scythian and sarmatian languege! I'm sure you have red Heierdal... But there was another norwegian scholar who studied ossetians for many years! His name Fridrik Thordorson and he was from Oslo Univercity.May be you can find his works there! His widow kirsten abrahamson is a friend of Society for Ossetian-norvegian friendship.Its chairman-Aza Kokoeva.she lives in Oslo too... as i said Alans was also known in ancient times as Asi.i'm sure that like all the nations from ancient times till our days they had both ethical and religious names!the evolution of spelling; Haryana-Halani-Alani-Allon-Iron(osset.) from Avestan Sacred mountain "Hara Berezaity"(Highest mountain or watchpoint) and Haraiva-Haryana (mountanies province of ancient Iran and India ).,and from Avestan Asa-Osa with meaning Sacred Truth! in ossetian As(as-agdzinad)means Truth too... Legendary Scandinavian Ases(As-gard) is a remenescanse of common indoeuropean heritage of europian and asian peoples and their migrations from Asia to Europe an vice versa! The very word Aryan(Haryian)-in its direct sence means highlender!The main belief of ancient indoeuropeans was The cult of Sacred Mountauns! In ossetian Allon or Uallyon (which derivered from Har-Hal-Al) means not only man from mountain,high place, but in social sence-Supreme,Upper-class man...Ual-dar(osset.-duke or possesor). In Germanian languages the same :Herr/Herrmann/German-it all means Supreme Man! compare whith iranian Haraman/Kerman or armenian Armen,and even greek Hellos,and even celtic Halls!Its all derivered from sacred indoeuropean Mountain -Hara or Uala(compare-Olympus in Hellada,Ual-halla in scandinavia!) All indoeuropeans had the same name! Their first motherland was in mountains-becouse mountains is the only place(lullaby) where young,yet not strong society can survive for great future! And their first religion was consentrated on the Highest Mountaon of their land,which was the Home of their Supreme God! And they call themself Highlanders(Har-yans/Aryans/Herrmans/Hellins/Galls/Halani-Alani/ in not only geograthical sence,but in sence of their Superiority! Todays name of Iran of course derivered from Haryana-Haraiva too! you may ask why the term Hara isnt survive in persian and german language in a direct sence mount,as it survive in russian -gora and in sanskrit-gara/hara?Farsi and german had synonymouses -Koh and Hoch/High... Answer is that Hara-Uala or greek Oro/Horo like some other sacred terms became a tabooed,religios word and lost its first material meaning! and may be pre-germans,pre-iranians and pre-celtic peoples were more highlenders than pre-slavik or pre-hindu?Perhaps theu lived higher than other indoeuropens? At the Very foot of Sacred mauntain? Pamir,Hindukush,Hymalaya or Caucas? P.S. In ossetian myths (Narts) theres a person named Vaddan! He is a member of a one of three nartian clans-Asata or Alagata! They were priests between narts! Clear parralel with Vodin? By the way do you agree with version that name of Oslo is derived from As and Lo-medow of Gods?

26.12.2009 , 01:17  
Oksana Iron girl : Ossetia go to the top of the page

God bless all Ossetians and our motherland Ossetia! With love from Helsinki. 

PS Soon I'll be at home, but then I have to leave again.. Anyway love you Iron adaem!

01.12.2009 , 02:51  
MatterAlNojoom : go to the top of the page

what about sculptor Tavasiev ? he was the one who has made sculpure of Salovar Yulaev ? paintist Tavasiev Tauwas ?....

28.10.2009 , 01:17
Eirik : Kola! go to the top of the page

Hello. Kola! I have some things concerning the \"Asa\" and \"Uas\" terms in ossetian which you link to Avestan language that I\'d like to ask you about. Please contact me ine_eirik@hotmail.com Regards, Eirik. Norway

27.09.2009 , 00:22  
Ruslan Kuchity : go to the top of the page

Dear visitor,  

 

If you come here often or time to time, there is a good way to navigate through the numerous articles.  

In order to see the list of the latest published articles and news without going through the chapters, you can always click on "NEW50" on top left side of the page.  

 

Thank you for visiting this project,  

 

Admin.

07.09.2009 , 21:18 [ E-mail ]
osetkursat : Night OSET MEETING (INVITATION) go to the top of the page

Night OSET MEETING (INVITATION)  

 

Alan Caucasian Platform by going to edit this year Oset third meeting on the night of every year as new and is full of surprises at the beginning of the end of the night, no bother, not until now made up the largest and most beautiful in the meeting tonight, not only all the young Oset relatives are invited .. 

 

Yes, one day a year we meet ..  

Our language,  

Our culture,  

Dance practices,  

Let us remember our own language to have fun obviously ..  

 

Friends, our relatives, we forget our relatives Oset Let us remember ..  

 

To return to the good old days on behalf of Ankara,  

No Oset in spite of Ankara,  

In Turkey there is aset, iron has got Digoron name,  

I guess we're more sensitive to He  

say the name  

we will do tonight is very important ..  

 

- Organization 3rd Haymana way km in the central area of the Pavilion restaurant service will be removed.  

- Fees TL 30 (family discount: 25 charged for 4 and more crowded families TL)  

 

Address: Kosk restaurant, 3rd Haymana way km Karşıyaka mah. 634. sok. No: 4 Gölbaşı / Ankara / TURKEY 

Date: October 10, 2009  

Time: 18:00  

 

Information: Bıjartı Kursat (e-mail: osetkursat@hotmail.com)  

 

Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=39.782388, +32.789791 & daddr = K% C3% B6% C5% + restaurant & 9Fk hl = en & geocode = & mra = ls & SLL = 39.781374,32.78934 & sspn = 0.004469 , 0.008229 & ie = UTF8 & ll = 

 

Organization: Alan Caucasian Platform 

09.08.2009 , 19:06
kola : answer to arash and kurtatian go to the top of the page

arash. we celebrated new year in the springtime in the past.in ossetian its called nogaz -nog+new,az-day or year.nouruz and nogaz its the same.Today we celebrate nogaz in the winter like christians and europeans... but speaking about ancient Iran-the most important thing is that even the term ossetians is relared with Avesta ! Oss or Ass or Uas its the same term as avestan Asa -Sacred Truth...and Asavan -beliver. In ossetian As or Uas means Truth . Sarmatians and Alans were Assians by religion.The origin of term Alans-Alani:Haryan-Halani-Alani. Hal,Ual,Al means in ossetian "Upper,Supreme people" Traditional ossetian religin calls Assata or Asa Din ! the religion of Truth! The same in Avesta. We still pray in Ossetia for Aryan Farn! Kursatinan or Kurtatian! My grandmother was born in Dargaws! Your message touched me so much! You are from turkey? Visit alanvakfi.com ! or better visit Ossetia by yourself! its very easy! any tourist agency with russian tours will help you!

08.08.2009 , 03:39  
John : go to the top of the page

Amazing work!

10.06.2009 , 15:58  
arash : go to the top of the page

Here are some stuff on Nowruz 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norouz 

http://www.chiff.com/home_life/holiday/nowruz.htm 

http://www.angelfire.com/rnb/bashiri/Nowruz/NowRuz.html

27.04.2009 , 19:42  
arash : go to the top of the page

Sure, Nowruz is the Iranic New Year, celebrated since ancient times on the day of spring. It is celebrated by Iranian peoples, such as Persians, Kurds, pashtuns, pamirs, etc. and also by Turkic peoles such as Azeris, Turkmens, uzbeks, etc. "now, nou," or "nav" means "new" in the Farsi and "ruz" means day, so it literally means "new day" in farsi.

27.04.2009 , 19:28  
kursatinan : go to the top of the page

Hello to the dears of the ossetians.com. 

Thank you very much for the information you have stored in your web place. It is usefull and blissful. But... I wonder... Why dont you have a part in your site related with the great immigration of some ossetian (Iron & Digoron) families in the late 18th century? I think it is much more actual and tragic social event in the history of a society then the roots of that society in far shores of the history. I am, intersted in the people living today. Over 30 years I listened Iron songs of sorrow from the tonque of my grandmother. I still remember her face with sorrow and missing in her eyes of her beautiful Fiagdon and its scene that I couldn't find a place which She might put instead. I am not talking about the elder men of my family, they keep the pain of being apart as secret! Is there anybody remembering those days of immigration in Ossetia? Is there anybody knowing my family and my elders as their own people there in our mother land? If we don't have roots there in Ossetia so why so much effords to find ancestors of Ossetians in history. I want to wisit my grandmotherland & grandfatherland. I want to see Fiagdon, Dargaws instead of them to send a gift to their souls. I want to show my 6 yearold son "mae lebbu" his mhytical land. But, no light is seen that we are the parts of that Historical Body. I am not an Orthodox or Christian. But I am not a Muslim too. I fee I am an Iron Adam thrown from his reality. I teach Safa to my son. I teach Iron sounds beside Bethoowen. I teach how to sit and how to speak with his elders and friends. Now, he asks "father, who we are? Nobody behaves like us!"  

2300 or less in Turkey. Few of them living the beauty of Ossetian heritage. How can I transfer my heritage and teaching of my Iron elders to my son without a community?  

These are the projections & associations when I observed and deeply investigate your site. Again, Thank you that I remembered the memories related with my elders who passed away.

25.04.2009 , 17:33 [ E-mail ]
Ruslan Kuchity : go to the top of the page

Thank you for the information Arash.  

Can you please explain us the meaning of Nowruz. What is this holiday about and how Iranians celebrate it? I am wondering if we have holiday with the same meaning.

25.04.2009 , 05:56 [ E-mail ]
arash : go to the top of the page

Hello again, 

I found a article you might like, it is on a Iranian site about Ossetian dance: 

http://www.fravahr.org/spip.php?article448 

 

Also, Nowruz is not a Islamic holiday, it is a Iranian holiday celebrated by Iranic and Turkic peoples. It comes from a ancient Iranian holiday celebrating the first day of spring. Iranians mainly use a solar Iranian calendar, the islamic calendar is a lunar calendar.

24.04.2009 , 21:26  
Ruslan Kuchity : go to the top of the page

I would like to address to our Turkish brothers and sisters.  

 

Dear Iron adam! We are looking for some help in creating a Turkish-Ossetian dictionary.  

I know some people in Turkey work on it too. Let's get together and make it in our ancestors' way - by Zhiu.  

By the way, Sergey Tabolty has already have a version of Ossetian-Turkish dictionary on  

http://slovar.iriston.com/index.php?q=&showcat=jump&f=8 

It is easy to use it if you have Cyrillic Alphabet on your keyboard. If not, you can just copy the words from Ossetian texts in order to translate them. Just type Ossetian word in a box and press "Enter".

18.04.2009 , 04:35 [ E-mail ]
Andrew Allan : (Guest) go to the top of the page

On viewing news reports on the BBC on the conflict I noticed many Georgians with blue eyes and some with blond hair, an indication of a connection with the Alans at some time in the past.

27.03.2009 , 18:27
Andrew Allan : Draco go to the top of the page

Thank you Morad I will add the information from your link to my collection.

27.03.2009 , 17:09
Morad : Draco go to the top of the page

This has a good history of the draco symbol 

 

http://www.fectio.org.uk/articles/draco.htm

27.03.2009 , 12:40  
Andrew Allan : go to the top of the page

I am almost certain that the European dragon was down to the Alans movements, when was the dragon symbol dropped, and do people think it had something to do with Christianity using it as a pagan symbol?

27.03.2009 , 12:33
Andrew Allan : go to the top of the page

Until a few months ago I hadnt even known of a people called the Alans. Now though I am trying to read what I can find on the subject.

27.03.2009 , 12:23
Morad : Nowruz go to the top of the page

Read about it here.. 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nowruz 

 

Nowruz is not islamic... there is revival of this throughout all former Greater Iran countries and others with Iranic people. 

 

"From the era of Keykhosrow till the days of Yazdegard, last of the pre-Islamic kings of Persia, the royal custom was thus: on the first day of the New Year, Now Ruz, the King's first visitor was the High Mobad of the Zoroastrians, who brought with him as gifts a golden goblet full of wine, a ring, some gold coins, a fistful of green sprigs of wheat, a sword, and a bow. In the language of Persia he would then glorify God and praise the monarch.. This was the address of the High Mobad to the king : "O Majesty, on this feast of the Equinox, first day of the first month of the year, seeing that thou hast freely chosen God and the Faith of the Ancient ones; may Surush, the Angel-messenger, grant thee wisdom and insight and sagacity in thy affairs. Live long in praise, be happy and fortunate upon thy golden throne, drink immortality from the Cup of Jamshid; and keep in solemn trust the customs of our ancestors, their noble aspirations, fair gestures and the exercise of justice and righteousness. May thy soul flourish; may thy youth be as the new-grown grain; may thy horse be puissant, victorious; thy sword bright and deadly against foes; thy hawk swift against its prey; thy every act straight as the arrow's shaft. Go forth from thy rich throne, conquer new lands. Honor the craftsman and the sage in equal degree; disdain the acquisition of wealth. May thy house prosper and thy life be long!"

27.03.2009 , 11:05  
Ruslan Kuchity : go to the top of the page

Some celebrate, some not. Majority of Ossetians are not Moslems and they celebrate Christian and ancient Ossetian traditional holidays.

24.03.2009 , 01:51 [ E-mail ]
arash : go to the top of the page

Do Ossetians celebrate Noruoz? I heard it was celebrated in the Caucuses, but do Ossetians celebrate it also, or a holiday similar to it?

21.03.2009 , 02:57  
mahjoob : go to the top of the page

HAPPY NOWRUZ the great celebration of iranians people

17.03.2009 , 15:00  
Ruslan Kuchity : go to the top of the page

All former Soviet people know that Georgians always overrated themselves, comparing their nation with the superpowers only. So, there are no other neighbouring nations exist for them, along with their history and culture.  

"Who? Ossetians? We don't know them. After all, we are Georgians..!"  

That reminds me Madam "Very Important Duck" from the fairy tale. She told everybody about how important she is, but everybody was laughing at her.  

I can understand that after loosing the battle in South Ossetia and Abkhazia, Georgians are jealous and angry. But were did you take the information about Georgians protecting Ossetia? The whole medival time history tells us, that Georgians always needed protection themselves because of the numerous Turkish and Persian invasions. Should I remind you who protected your ancestors? Russia and very powerful that time Alania-Ossetia (untill the 13-14-th centuries, when it was completely destroied by Tartars and Timur's hords).  

And then, for the next seven centuries, Georgian nobles tried hard to put their control on weakened remains of Ossetia. But they never conquered it. And never ever will do.  

How can you call the South Ossetian territory "Georgian land" if the is absolutely no indication that it was ever setteled by Georgians?  

Just relax Mr. Georgian. And then you will realize for sure, that your time of being a bully and bragging about your "greatness" is over. And when it happens, we will start talking as the good neighbours or may be even friends. 

Belive me, all your attempts to slear or put stains on Ossetians look rediculous. Just go over the chapters and articles of this web site, and you will get it.

06.03.2009 , 05:23 [ E-mail ]
: Guest go to the top of the page

As far as I know Georgians were always sheltering osetians and protecting from enemies. The price for that is that osetians claim they own Georgian historicl territories. No osetian cultural heritage exist on that land becuase its Georgian. Soviet osetians proove to be robers, thifs and betrayers, simple savage people without culture.

05.03.2009 , 22:23  
harle769 : go to the top of the page

hi, research by ray banks has shown that the g2a3b1a group i belong to had a common ancestor about 2500 yrs ago with a mr nikitin from republic of georgia in caucasus mountains . cheers harry

27.02.2009 , 03:15
AsLaN : go to the top of the page

I just forgot to till you Ruslan 

 

our site is about people from all caucas region 

 

Adigy, Abkhazia, Ossetia . . . . etc 

 

and also it's in Arabic language only, for the main time at least 

 

anyway you just till me what do you think about my idea

22.02.2009 , 02:56
AsLaN : An idea go to the top of the page

Ruslan I have an idea to you 

 

we have here in Syria a web site, it's about all expatriates outside the home land 

 

In Syria, Turkey, Jordan and even USA 

 

so if you like we can have each others sites as friendly sites 

 

if you like the idea tell me and I will give you the adress to see it

22.02.2009 , 01:34
AsLaN : Hiiiiiiiii go to the top of the page

Hello all again and sorry I was late to responde 

 

Ruslan, thanx alot for your reply I'm glad for it 

 

and yes it's right I'm Tsarikata thaaaaaaaanx 

 

anyway, here is my MSN if any one would add me 

 

a-seerka@hotmail.com 

 

and Mustea, hi to you too and we can talk more on MSN if you want to  

 

God bless all Ossetians every where

22.02.2009 , 01:12
Zorro : go to the top of the page

Ruslan, here is the link to the complete article :  

http://www.azargoshnasp.net/history/Scythians/scythioric.htm

16.02.2009 , 08:54  
Ruslan Kuchity : go to the top of the page

Zorro,  

where did you take this article? 

Let's place it within the "Ossetian-Alanian History" chapter.

13.02.2009 , 04:03 [ E-mail ]
ZORRO : go to the top of the page

SCYTHIANS This is by far the most important, and enduring designation given by the classical sources to the nomadic Iranians of the steppes; the name refers to the entire non-sedentary Iranians, both in the West, and in the East (the Saka). Greek records place them in southern Russia in the 8th century B.C., however, recent archaeological evidence testifies that they, Cimmerians, and other Steppe Iranians may have been there far earlier. Greek geographers of the 4th century B.C. also credit the Scythians with inhabiting the largest part of the known world (map Red 16).  

..................... 

 

 

You can read this article in "Ossetian-Alanian History" chapter at 

 

http://ossetians.com/eng/news.php?newsid=545&f=3  

 

ˮ񩧠ﳰ楠볨񯣠鸠 Ruslan Kuchity 23.2.2009 .

09.02.2009 , 11:11  
George from Chicago : go to the top of the page

All the best to Ossetia and Ossetians.

08.02.2009 , 06:16  
alex : a composer go to the top of the page

I've just come across this site, in a curiosity driven search for information about the Ossetian people, in particular, Ossetian musicians and composers. 

 

Somewhat sadly i read a clumsy oafish post from someone allegedly named Richard Wainworthy, and i feel compelled to respond. 

 

He's not the first to post a very similar, and obviously uneducated diatribe, lauding the virtues of the Butcher of Tblisi, Shakashvilli. There have been other posts like this in a couple of Russian forums too. In a historical sense, Ossetians have a considerably greater claim to an intelligent past than georgians, as their nomadic roots took them in a much greater expanse of the known world, than the tribal locals who call themselves georgians. It was the ancestors of Ossetians, and other nomadic groups that gave much of the Caucusus and Balkan regions an education, teaching as they went languages like Aramaic, Derivatives of Farsi, and other persian languages which form so much of our modern day language, including English. (My native language) In addition to this, Ossetian and other nomadic groups brought trade, goods, spices, and many items form the wider world into the central asian region. It would be unfair to downplay the important contribution Ossetian ancestors have made to the region. Contrary to Mr. Wainworthy's poorly disguised georgian government propaganda, Ossetians, as history shows, are the educated and intelligent heritage of the Caucasus region, unlike many georgians who still indulge in the barbaric practise of blood fueding, a savage and unintelligent regression to mankind's less evolved state.  

 

In other words, Sakashvilli and his rampant followers (including mr. Wainworthy it seems) are throwbacks, and a....lesser form of human being. 

 

This is certainly not true for all georgians, and i wish those georgians who have managed to evolve best wishes. But in the current climate, the world is taking a second look at the georgian state, and government, and many questions are being asked in Europe, including the possiblility of the Butcher of Tblisi and his followers facing charges for crimes against humanity. Personally, and after seeing the footage of georgian soldiers gunning down innocent women and children as they fled the fighting, i think any war crime accusation should include the officers in the georgian army too. Barbarism at its worst. 

 

So Mr. Wainworthy, you're hopelessly misguided in your, what seems like, 'Saka sponsored rant', and only show the ugly side of georgian behaviour to the world. I wonder if decent and intelligent georgians would want you, and your backward, unintelligent, and frankly clumsy excuse for propaganda, as their representation to the world. Frankly i think many might be horrified at the thought. 

 

Ruslan, this is an interesting site, and i shall explore more of it, in my musical interest in the culture of Ossetia, and it's people and history. I've travelled extensively in my journey through life on this planet of ours, and look forward to adding a knowledge and understanding of Ossetia and its people to my life experiences. 

 

 

Alex Stone. (British composer living in Russia, who is definitely a global citizen.)

06.02.2009 , 10:58  
Mustea : hello aslan go to the top of the page

Aslan hi 

 

Im digoron.Im from turkey ım haegilatae.Your whos tskartae

26.01.2009 , 19:15  
vika : sydney go to the top of the page

Hello... 

I stumbled upon this website...is there an ossetian community in sydney???

18.01.2009 , 15:33
Ruslan Kuchity : go to the top of the page

Dear harle769,  

DNA testing is not as popular in Ossetia as it is in European and American countries. That's why most of the people there do not know their ancient ancestral roots, though they know exactly who were their great-grand parents. I was born in Alagir, North Ossetia, where (according to the Nosidze's research) 75% of the people belong to G2 haploggroup - more than anywhere else in the world. But nevertheless I did not have time yet to do my DNA testing.

10.01.2009 , 08:29 [ E-mail ]
harle769 : go to the top of the page

happy new year

01.01.2009 , 20:27
harle769 : go to the top of the page

hallo everyone ,ive just had alot of SNP testing done and have been classified as G2a3b1a . is anyone else the same .all the best, harry

12.12.2008 , 13:10
tartarini1970 : as dduck go to the top of the page

dear Richard Wainworthy  

NATO dont move a finget for Ur nation,  

ahi a general call mr bush  

general : sorry my bush the russians have invaded georgia 

mr bush : have they captured atlanta ?  

 

08.12.2008 , 04:03  
Ruslan Kuchity : go to the top of the page

Aslan, to be honest, I never met digoron people with this last name. Probably most of them immigrated to Turkey and Syria. But most likely, the spelling of this name is not correct. As far as I know the digoron clan names closest to "Sirkata" are: Skiata, Tsykkata and Tsarikata . The last one is probably yours, because when you pronaunce it in a fast manner it sounds close to "Sirkata".  

If my assumption is right, you have lots of relatieves in Ossetia and Kabarda. One of them is Feliks Tsarikaty - a well known in Ossetia and Russia singer. 

http://ossetians.com/rus/news.php?newsid=558&f=16 

07.12.2008 , 18:00 [ E-mail ]
AsLaN : Hello all go to the top of the page

Hi again all. 

is there anyone here from Sirkata family ?? 

i'm from Jekola, my grand grand father's name is Aslan Sirkata who came to Syria long time ago, and we still here. 

and I know his brothers name was Dogan 

so if anyone here now anything we can communicate .  

and God bless you all

07.12.2008 , 15:47
SOSLAN : go to the top of the page

Hello Ruslan Kuchity, I.m not at all [STRANGER TO AN OSSETIAN WEB SITE], but this time I consider myself luky to have it in English which I.m not very good at. This time I.ll try to tell all of those Georgians [HOW HORRIBLE THEY'RE], I.v just read a [COMMENTORY OF A GEORGIAN ON YOUR SITE], and I think they're might be aducated but [at all civilized]  

Bujnag Afshimar RUSLAN, THANK YOU SOMUCH I.ll be writng to this site. Soslan

01.12.2008 , 11:22 [ E-mail ]
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