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in these arms
26-09-06, 18:23
Dose anybody know what "Lewis" is in German?

Thanks in advance!

MiCkiZ88
26-09-06, 18:25
eh!? Lewis is a name right?

Angelx14
26-09-06, 18:29
Same what Mivcki said. Isn't that name?
There's no word like that one in German..:confused:

Neteru
26-09-06, 18:44
Ludwig

in these arms
26-09-06, 19:02
Ludwig?

Could you send me a link or how you knew that?

Neteru
26-09-06, 19:28
Lewis (http://www.behindthename.com/php/view.php?name=lewis) English form of Louis. Louis, French form of Ludwig.

in these arms
26-09-06, 19:38
I sort of agree what everone else is saying.

"Lewis is German for Lewis"?

Lone Raider
26-09-06, 23:29
Lewis (http://www.behindthename.com/php/view.php?name=lewis) English form of Louis. Louis, French form of Ludwig.

yes, that would be right. :)

Joseph
26-09-06, 23:46
I sort of agree what everone else is saying.

"Lewis is German for Lewis"?Try to read well please. Ludwig is german for Lewis.

in these arms
27-09-06, 06:47
I did.........But I got on a website, which i will can show you. It says "Ger - Lewis - Eng - Lewis.

Here (http://www.student-online.net/dictionary.shtml) - Type Lewis in there, and search.

Nephili
27-09-06, 07:11
Hmm i have no idea, i only took German for a year at secondary school, and cant really remember much!

Lone Raider
27-09-06, 08:16
I've looked a bit further. Here (http://dict.leo.org/)'s my favourite dictionary, and it has to say that there exists a "Lewis Base" in the German language. However, this is a name (here's what wiki says about it (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lewis_base)) and directly derived from an American called Lewis.