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Someone here who knows Russian and can translate a made-up word?
Old 6th May 2020
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Someone here who knows Russian and can translate a made-up word?

Hi

Anybody here who knows Russian and can translate a made-up word for me?

The words are angelimalic and angelien.

They are made up of angel and animalic and angel and alien respectively.

Ideally, the translation works both as an adjective and as a possible phantasy name.
Like, angelimalic: Angeli Malik, could be a name, or Angelien actually is also a name.

In the very best case, there is just one translation of both words, that is
a word that fuses angelic and animalic and alien into a single made up
phantasy word that could also be a made up female or unisex name.

Anyone who is capable of translating this?

I'll be very greatful for any attempt.
Old 8th May 2020
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Don't be shy or lazy guys - I know you are here and have read it... somebody... I am certain...

suggestion
дикийноземнангел
how is that?

does it make sense? better solutions?
Old 8th May 2020
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Thanks - you can bet I did that over and over - it tells me that there is no brand name or nickname in use yet,
which is good, but it doesnt really answer my question.

Meanwhile there is better AI out there than Googles in this regard:
https://www.deepl.com/translator#ru/...B3%D0%B5%D0%BB

Suggestions I got from a translators forum are Иноплангел and Зверангел.

But I think I settled for a name, not a russian one though.

Will reveal it some time in the future probably soon

But I am still curious about suggestions so dont hesitate to post.
Old 8th May 2020 | Show parent
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Originally Posted by memristor ➡️
Thanks - you can bet I did that over and over - it tells me that there is no brand name or nickname in use yet,
which is good, but it doesnt really answer my question.

Meanwhile there is better AI out there than Googles in this regard:
https://www.deepl.com/translator#ru/...B3%D0%B5%D0%BB

Suggestions I got from a translators forum are Иноплангел and Зверангел.

But I think I settled for a name, not a russian one though.

Will reveal it some time in the future probably soon

But I am still curious about suggestions so dont hesitate to post.
Best wishes with your quest.
Old 21st May 2020
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If you mean an adjective with angelimalic, Ангелиный или Ангелотный
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