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    Smile What are they in English?

    What are they in English? I appreciate your reply!
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    Smile Re: What are they in English?

    Are they donkeys, ?, necklace, armchair and sheepdog?


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    Re: What are they in English?

    Quote Originally Posted by lovecindy View Post
    What are they in English? I appreciate your reply!

    I think the first one is of an adult female horse (called a "mare") with her young (called a "foal" for a very young horse, a "colt" for a young male, and a "filly" for a young female)

    I think the second one is a MANDALA.
    You can look at these images. These are mandalas of many types
    mandala - Google Images

    I think the third one is a necklace with a mandala as a pendant

    The last one is a large dog near an easy chair.


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    Re: What are they in English?

    I'd say those are some kind of deer and fawn. The bushy tail and the white dots on the kid seem a dead give-away.


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    Re: What are they in English?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kätzchen View Post
    I'd say those are some kind of deer and fawn. The bushy tail and the white dots on the kid seem a dead give-away.
    You may be right. I was influenced by those big hooves.

    The pictures are cartoony, so they're hard to interpret.

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