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Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)

 
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Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Might "Lilios olé" or "olé lilios" mean something like "hooray lilies" or "win lilies"..where the "ole" is a "cry of approval, joy or excitement"?

Or maybe it's not spanish, but instead latin or some other language?

If you write down the numbers of the last 3 planes shot down or disappeared/crashed (excluding 222 in Taiwan), you have 5017 17 370. Flip the whole thing over and you have what looks like "OLE LI LIOS".

Just seeing if it might mean something to anyone...

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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
All I need is one Spanish speaking GLPer...
I know you're out there...
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
¿Por favor?
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Is that Spanish, Italian, and Gaelic?
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Is that Spanish, Italian, and Gaelic?
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Maybe?
Would it mean something that way?
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Might "Lilios olé" or "olé lilios" mean something like "hooray lilies" or "win lilies"..where the "ole" is a "cry of approval, joy or excitement"?

Or maybe it's not spanish, but instead latin or some other language?

If you write down the numbers of the last 3 planes shot down or disappeared/crashed (excluding 222 in Taiwan), you have 5017 17 370. Flip the whole thing over and you have what looks like "OLE IL LIOS".

Just seeing if it might mean something to anyone...
 Quoting: Galfeslaf


Looks like Illinois~
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Is that Spanish, Italian, and Gaelic?
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Actually, I made a mistake in the original post, when I did the flip. It should have been OLE LI LIOS, not OLE IL LIOS.
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Looks like a few different languages.

Ole-Spanish expression, also drives fRon a Bari meaning by God

IL- french "the"

Lios-Gaelic "fort"
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Might "Lilios olé" or "olé lilios" mean something like "hooray lilies" or "win lilies"..where the "ole" is a "cry of approval, joy or excitement"?

Or maybe it's not spanish, but instead latin or some other language?

If you write down the numbers of the last 3 planes shot down or disappeared/crashed (excluding 222 in Taiwan), you have 5017 17 370. Flip the whole thing over and you have what looks like "OLE IL LIOS".

Just seeing if it might mean something to anyone...
 Quoting: Galfeslaf


Looks like Illinois~
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Good eye. I was looking at that too, but...it's missing a few letters...
It may still mean that though. If you've ever read an encrypted masonic manual or whatever they are, you'll see letters missing in most of their words (though I won't pretend to know whether those were the real words, or if they meant something other than what they looked like)
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Looks like a few different languages.

Ole-Spanish expression, also drives fRon a Bari meaning by God

IL- french "the"

Lios-Gaelic "fort"
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Sorry. I screwed you up. The "IL" should have been "LI".

Thanks for the Gaelic!
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
LI- Italian "them"
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LI- Italian "them"
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Also Li- Mandarin "to stand"
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Might "Lilios olé" or "olé lilios" mean something like "hooray lilies" or "win lilies"..where the "ole" is a "cry of approval, joy or excitement"?

Or maybe it's not spanish, but instead latin or some other language?

If you write down the numbers of the last 3 planes shot down or disappeared/crashed (excluding 222 in Taiwan), you have 5017 17 370. Flip the whole thing over and you have what looks like "OLE IL LIOS".

Just seeing if it might mean something to anyone...
 Quoting: Galfeslaf


Looks like Illinois~
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 59717574


Good eye. I was looking at that too, but...it's missing a few letters...
It may still mean that though. If you've ever read an encrypted masonic manual or whatever they are, you'll see letters missing in most of their words (though I won't pretend to know whether those were the real words, or if they meant something other than what they looked like)
 Quoting: Galfeslaf


Soil Li Elo : is backwards
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Looks like a few different languages.

Ole-Spanish expression, also drives fRon a Bari meaning by God

IL- french "the"

Lios-Gaelic "fort"
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Meant derives from Arabic. I'm typing from my phone. Excuse the typos
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Might "Lilios olé" or "olé lilios" mean something like "hooray lilies" or "win lilies"..where the "ole" is a "cry of approval, joy or excitement"?

Or maybe it's not spanish, but instead latin or some other language?

If you write down the numbers of the last 3 planes shot down or disappeared/crashed (excluding 222 in Taiwan), you have 5017 17 370. Flip the whole thing over and you have what looks like "OLE IL LIOS".

Just seeing if it might mean something to anyone...
 Quoting: Galfeslaf


Looks like Illinois~
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 59717574


Good eye. I was looking at that too, but...it's missing a few letters...
It may still mean that though. If you've ever read an encrypted masonic manual or whatever they are, you'll see letters missing in most of their words (though I won't pretend to know whether those were the real words, or if they meant something other than what they looked like)
 Quoting: Galfeslaf


Soil Li Elo : is backwards
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Elo means link in Portuguese
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Might "Lilios olé" or "olé lilios" mean something like "hooray lilies" or "win lilies"..where the "ole" is a "cry of approval, joy or excitement"?

Or maybe it's not spanish, but instead latin or some other language?

If you write down the numbers of the last 3 planes shot down or disappeared/crashed (excluding 222 in Taiwan), you have 5017 17 370. Flip the whole thing over and you have what looks like "OLE IL LIOS".

Just seeing if it might mean something to anyone...
 Quoting: Galfeslaf


Looks like Illinois~
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 59717574


Good eye. I was looking at that too, but...it's missing a few letters...
It may still mean that though. If you've ever read an encrypted masonic manual or whatever they are, you'll see letters missing in most of their words (though I won't pretend to know whether those were the real words, or if they meant something other than what they looked like)
 Quoting: Galfeslaf


Soil Li Elo : is backwards
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 59717574


You're flipping them differently, but that might be the way..
Except your "Li" should be "il".
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Soil Li Elo : is backwards



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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
lios is in spanish "mess" or other context as:
muddle
hassle
clutter

and in spanish ole is interjection as bravo or cheers
it is used to define also a spanish typical andalusian folk dance, beat "three in eight" moderate movement.

il have not known use in spanish

then in spanish you can obtain this

ole - bravo il- ? lios - mess

for your question.

:)
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
lios is in spanish "mess" or other context as:
muddle
hassle
clutter

and in spanish ole is interjection as bravo or cheers
it is used to define also a spanish typical andalusian folk dance, beat "three in eight" moderate movement.

il have not known use in spanish

then in spanish you can obtain this

ole - bravo il- ? lios - mess

for your question.

:)
 Quoting: 11 60703923


Thank you!
I'll throw the different translations together in a bit. See if anything really pops out at us.
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
I think this thread may benefit from Paige's insight.
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Dodge the problems.
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
Dodge the problems.
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Ah, as in the olé of bullfighting?
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Dodge the problems.
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Ah, as in the olé of bullfighting?
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Yup, but I don't think that might be it.
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
did you hear this in your dream?
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
501717370
Paige has the answer for this bit.
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Re: Please help me transate this: Lilios olé or olé lilios (5017 17 370, flipped)
501717370
Paige has the answer for this bit.
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huh?





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