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This comment was originally posted on Twitter naro said at 11pm on Oct 2nd # |
This all means that, to update the form I offered in a recent comment, the compound we're looking for in Minoan is precisely *ki-naro.
Devotees here are free to sing any kind of songs but should be a vulgar one followed by 'ta-naro-tanro' and throw turmeric, coconut on to the temple's sanctum sanatorium roof, while the oracles dressed in red attire holding sword with bells on their belly take a full round of the temple.
It is feated at the confluence of the Sturia and Ta - naro, upon a mountain, »4 miles se of Turin.
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