The Green Knight (green_knight) wrote in linguaphiles,
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For complicated reasons I've been looking at a number of Swedish websites, and find that there's a proliferation of .nu addresses.

I'd love to know what, exactly, this suffix means to Swedes. Is is just/related to 'new' or does it have another connotation?
Tags: swedish

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