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post #16 of 39 (permalink) Old Aug 10th, 2006, 09:43 PM
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what does 'cetnik' mean?
you cant understand that...

Ain't nobody got time fo dat.
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only idiots change their family name... your born with it keep it!
I agree, but in this case she could also use her mom's last name but in either case there is no need to feel pity for her.
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I don't know if you know this but she plays NCAA tennis for Texas Christian University. She'll be a senior this coming year.
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I agree, but in this case she could also use her mom's last name but in either case there is no need to feel pity for her.
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what does 'cetnik' mean?
To put it in short--- Cetnik = Serb nationalists who don't like Croats and Muslims.
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To put it in short--- Cetnik = Serb nationalists who don't like Croats and Muslims.
it has several meanings, but to some people it means just that.

oh, and stark is not a very reliable source of information regarding stuff like this
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it has several meanings, but to some people it means just that.

oh, and stark is not a very reliable source of information regarding stuff like this
I agree

Ain't nobody got time fo dat.
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it has several meanings, but to some people it means just that.

oh, and stark is not a very reliable source of information regarding stuff like this
If you think you're so smart why don't you explain it to him That was the best possible way to describe it to him in the context of the thread. You're not a reliable source either.
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If you think you're so smart why don't you explain it to him That was the best possible way to describe it to him in the context of the thread. You're not a reliable source either.
your definition was banal as usual. etymology of the word 'cetnik' is relevant here and her name is much older than the cetnik movement. anyone who wants to know what that word means can find out on wikipedia. and all arguments about cetniks and others should not be carried out in this thread. this thread is about this tennis player and i don't think we should be arguing about her name at all. and you should keep your sorry arse out of threads like this and i already told you why.
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what does 'cetnik' mean?
It doesn't mean anything as such but is the name of the Serbian Royalist movement dating back to World War II.

It's pronounced Chetnik.

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It doesn't mean anything as such but is the name of the Serbian Royalist movement dating back to World War II.

It's pronounced Chetnik.
Actually, četnik = member of a četa, an armed formation The word as such dates back centuries to Ottoman rule at least...
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Actually, četnik = member of a četa, an armed formation The word as such dates back centuries to Ottoman rule at least...
correct.
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ya learn something every day... and to think i call myself a serb

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Spremte se, spremte... da je podrzimo kada dodje vreme.

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Re: Ana Cetnik

So many offtopic post's here

I fought this is Ana Četnik's thread, but it seems it's "What doesn Chetnik means" thread
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