perhaps most fantastic, is Swedish and (ancient) Chinese. I tell ya, for some fortunate ones, there was some interesting exchange happening somewhere 800-1000 A.D. And then there is the name for Chinese which sounds oddly like Genesis-language. Well, in Hebrew, the Tanakh names, are not the same as the Western names. Genesis is a Greek word. Maybe the old Greeks secretly were fond of vacations in old China. Travel and dare I say, some nice weather, I believe, was to be had well from 0 A.D. to 900 A.D. over the Silk Road. This can inform our style here in the suburbs. Ja, why not. Laser chang'an. Which makes since, because paper was invented during the Tang dynasty and the paper was passed on to the Vikings via the Silk Road and via the Saracens too. Important historical events shaping vocabulary exchange. o.k. godnatt.