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Luke Skywalker means... Laik Anunagi in Ancient Kurdish (Kirmancki, not to be confused with modern Kurdish Kurmanci).

Laik = son
Anunagi = those who wander the sky -> stars

Son of the Stars

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    But "Luke" doesn't mean "son", it means "light-giving".
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    So if he was Starkiller that would be patricide?
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    @NotJeckel in which language is it? i assume you mean it in Latin which is derived from Phonecian and which is kind of related to Kurdish ancestor language Pahlavi.

    in modern Kurdish the word for son is Kur, possibly derived from Pahlavi Khurr for sun, like in English sun -> son
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    @NotJeckel I can prove you that it means Son and not Shiny, but even if it would mean Shiny, there is the ancestor of all prophets, whose name means shiny or light. So both versions would be okay, but the point of this ancestor of all prophets is, that he is half heavenly descending, means from the "sky".
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    Thanks
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    @mansur85 Yes, "light-giving" from the Latin "Lucas" from the Greek "Loukas". In the context of a western American name, it's the logical linquistic branch to pull from. That said, being an American-created name, "Luke" doesn't really mean anything, because American names don't have meanings other than their function of identifying a person.

    > Latin which is derived from Phonecian and which is kind of related to Kurdish ancestor language Pahlavi

    That's a stretch, at best. Latin and Kurdish are fairly deep in their own separate Indo-European language branches. You can't handwave Phonecian influance and just start drawing direct connections between the two.

    > there is the ancestor of all prophets, whose name means shiny or light

    I have no idea what you're saying. Why are you talking about prophets?
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    I supported the idea of kurdistan btw :)
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    you guys got fucked :)
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    hey wanna fly me to wherever you are and go out to a strip club with me ?

    dances and happy pokey time on you ? :P
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    So you translated to a different language and back and derived some meaning? If so this might interest you https://youtu.be/pLJo7jWJQj0
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    @ScriptCoded no, that is not how it works :)

    one language is older and has claims on the meaning while the other one is clearly coming from the same ancestor language but in an foreign environment, ... keeping their originality, but maybe loosing the deeper meaning

    PAHLAVI and ARAMAIC are coming from the same ancestor.

    LATIN comes from PHOENICIAN and this from ARAMAIC.

    PHOENICIAN originally was nearer to PAHLAVI than ARAMAIC.

    PAHLAVI is the originator language of OLD-KURDISH (Gorani and Kirmancki, not to be confused with NEW-KURDISH: Sorani and Kurmanci) and assumably PAHLAVI is the language of the first BABYLONIAN EMPIRE, not to be confused with the 2.nd and 3.rd Babylonian Empire which are the only documented Babylonian Empires.
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    @mansur85 hmm okay 🙃 cool
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