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Val wrote at 2009-02-07 00:08:38
Mociute- Is the one you want to use. This is the most commonly used word and you definitely  use it to refer to someone who you love/loved. And the 'e' in this word has a dot above it to create that special ending.


Andrea wrote at 2014-01-05 22:59:02
I looked into this before and was told bubte was a slang for grandma? Not sure if that's correct or not


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