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Crab with the Golden Claws: What does 'Karaboudjan' mean?

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jock123
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#11 · Posted: 1 Sep 2021 18:32 · Edited by: jock123
Fretmo:
Yes I do: here's the source articles

Brilliant! All very useful, and I appreciate the effort - thank you!
One of the reasons I was asking for reference was that it was scratching something somewhere at the back of my brain, and I couldn't think where I had read something about it.
The light-bulb came on over my head last night, when I remembered that the invaluable Tintin: Ketje de Bruxelles, by Daniel Justens and Alain Préaux, also identifies it with the aniseed sweets!
Fretmo
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#12 · Posted: 2 Sep 2021 08:05
jock123:
The light-bulb came on over my head last night, when I remembered that the invaluable Tintin: Ketje de Bruxelles, by Daniel Justens and Alain Préaux, also identifies it with the aniseed sweets!

And thus, we came full circle :)

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