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Nyet Nyet Nikavo

Nyet Nyet Nikavo

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Anonymous March 3, 2017

Please write the Russian in Cyrillic letters. Reply

Shlomo Nizin Netanya October 28, 2015

I put a transliteration of pronunciation:

Ne bayus ya nikavo
I ne veriu nikamu
Tolka Bogu adnamu

Niet, niet nikavo
Krome Boga adnavo

I'm not afraid of anyone
I don't believe in anyone
Only in God the only one

There's nobody, nobody except of the only one God Reply

Yochanan Skokie, IL August 28, 2009

The words are actually Russian.
Here is transliteration:
Nyet nyet nikavo krome yivo adnavo.
Here is translation:
There is no else beside Him. Reply

Anonymous gloucester, ma July 5, 2008

Nyet Nyet Nikavo Krome Nivo Advano Reply

Joe California May 26, 2008

I got 'em alright, Thanks! Reply

Phyllis Dallas, TX May 26, 2008

I tried to post some links but it won't let me. So, go to the search box above and type in Nyet Nyet Nikavo and you'll be directed to a video with a translation. Reply

Joe California May 7, 2008

Anyone who knows Russian can put down the transliteration and translation please? Reply

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