Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2002 20:47:30 +0900 From: je9pel To: f6agr, f1hdd Subject: 'Breizh' in IDEFIX (BO-47/48) I studied a word 'Breizh' of BO-47/48 (IDEFIX). This word means maybe 'Bretagne' in France with Breton or Celtic language ? KENAVO ... Celtic AU REVOIR ... French GOOD BYE ... English SAYOUNARA ... Japanese Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2002 15:53:13 +0200 From: Jean-Louis To: je9pel Subject: RE: [amsat-bb] 'Breizh' in IDEFIX (BO-47/48) Y're right, Mineo ! FO-xx, like France Oscar, was already used by your japanese Fuji Oscar 12, 20 and 29. IO-xx like IDEFIX Oscar was already used by the italian IO-26. So we decided to use Breizh, which means Bretagne in Breton language. Most part of the IDEFIX project team has family roots in that beautiful west part of France. You can see a sat view of Bretagne on the QSL project which is displayed on http://idefix-france.net (See above.) 73 de Jean-Louis F6AGR Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2002 18:15:12 +0200 From: ruygh To: je9pel Subject: Re: 'Breizh' in IDEFIX (BO-47/48) This is the celtic name of Britanny in France.
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