Answer to Paktu krow #poland


Dorota <brodzic_dorota@...>
 

Hallo,

Paktu Krow - Nominativ - Pakt krow,
in old Polish language and folks language
it meant :

1 - job of poor shepherd of cows who was
usually hired to carry with cows by several farmers
from the country.
2 - cow's business which consisted in a rent
the good bull to the inseminantion of ladies cows
and the owner of the macho bull arranged a date.

3 -in old Slovian language used to XVIII,
it meant - lending of money

The Polish word - pakt was >from Latina - pactum,
Latino- German - Pacht, Pachter and in English
- pactum.

Regards.
Dorota Targonska

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