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- The first definition was incorrect, so I changed it. I also added the definition in German, Dutch, Spanish, and French. Any possible corrections about the other languages that were listed with the last definition (Neapolitan, Italian) should be checked to ensure that the word(s) given in those languages suit the corrected definition. --Tspier2 03:35, 30 December 2006 (EST)