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What is user User:ILVI doing? ILVI seems to be a bot that is adding some lists in Spanish, that's all I can make out of it. Please, someone with special powers, look into ILVI's additions. ILVI doesn't seem like a real user, because his page doesn't exist. --Juho 00:33 Feb 25, 2003 (UTC)

I'M ILVI! I'm not a bot, for goodness sake, and the language isn't Spanish it's Interlingua. Check out the pages. It was suggested in Wikipedia list that I put the word lists in the Dictionary, now I'm going to take it as a compliment that I'm working as fast as a bot, but a bot am not bud :-))) Heh! Anyway, Interlingua is a language with ISO code ia and three lettered ina in which a word may be accepted into the vocabulary if it is found in three of the control languages, French, Spanish/Portuguese, Italian, and English. These words are the living latin terminology that is shared among these Western languages. The beauty of it is that it is very understandable to anyone with minimal study. It is like a Latin without the tedious grammar. If you'd like to study more about it visit or send me a note at jjbowks @ or ilvi @ (take out the spaces on either side of the @ sign, though).

Con reguardos amical sempre,

Jay B. (ILVI) 

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