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  1. There are a couple of words I stumbled onto a week back that I can't seem to find. They have been stuck in my head since, and I have no idea what language they might be from. I am inclined to believe that these words may "loosely" translate into something like "spring flower" in English. Any help in this endevor would be greatly appreciated. I tried Google translate and the only thing I could come up with was Estonian, but that was quite a stretch. The words are as follows, unfortunately, I don't have the correct spelling, but I believe that the pronunciation is correct. Ill-a-et su-ve
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