Anatoly Vorobey (avva) wrote,
Anatoly Vorobey
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mijitly (англ.)

Красивая лингвистическая загадка (из ru_translate):

In "The Man Who Could Work Miracles" by H.G. Wells there's a moment when Mr. Fotheringay complains that his misadventure with Mr. Winch is the thing he is "most mijitly in want of advice for". What does the word 'mijitly' stand for? I can't find it in dictionaries. I tried googling also but what I can find is only this very text by Wells. Does it have anything to do with Spanish 'mijito' (son)?


Попробуйте на нее ответить, используя свое знание английского, Гугль итд. Мой вариант (т.е. спойлер, если это правильный ответ) - по ссылке.
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