Sergi "orlanthi" Díaz
2012/1/8 Trotsky <TTrotsky_at_xYL5UJHOJkfAJt4aVL7TDJmhzN7J0CQk6CiywnMC0yS1qdlkp02wrdGI2XRgdjGA4DKXAT4CCSNGzEbBsNQVHTE.yahoo.invalid>
> hcarteau_at_4NxGnPih6TwQmsm1t5uwygEFxmZRkia3GDlEejgaL_1jcB7_IJTQCnHSctpWQUC42rA9QCOJh_d6PA.yahoo.invalid wrote:
> > Just checking : in french, "olive" means "green", as in a, well, olive
> > fruit. Never seen people with green skin except waertaegi.
> > Would this word "olive" have a different meaning in english ?
> Usually, no - it has exactly the same meaning as in French. Oddly,
> though, when referring specifically to skin, it means something rather
> different (as others have already said):
> Gamer and Skeptic
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