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  • "We go and session ze man then takete his de-si-ke-ren" means

    jaimewolf Diary Entry

  • = P Ok, when we decided to distort the words further, "tactics" became "takete", pronounced "Ta1-Ke4-Te4", or TAR-Ker-Te (another rough translation).

    jaimewolf Diary Entry

  • He said something that sounded like “Shto ve takete”; and the man, fawning, answered, “Chetyre.

    The Man Who Was

  • _Shto ve takete_, and the man fawning answered, _Chetyre_.

    Soldier Stories

  • He said something that sounded like Shto ve takete, and the man fawning answered, Chetyre.

    Life's Handicap


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  • A term that implies a rigid, sharp, hard-edged aesthetic. Opposite of maluma. This word is sometimes used with maluma in cross-cultural linguistics investigations. Given the choice between takete and maluma, subjects are asked which word sound "sharp" and which word sounds "soft." Most people associate takete with sharp.

    October 14, 2007

  • I can't choose between them. Actually I can, I slightly prefer takete.

    October 14, 2007