Ejsakat reminds me of "zakát" (закат), which is "sunset" in Russian. A nice mnemonic :)
If you were Bulgarian, it would remind you on "sakát" (сакат) which means "lame".
Is this used as a greeting like in some languages, or like in English where you often use it to say goodbye?
IS IT NORMAL FOR ❤❤❤❤ TO NOT COME OUT MY BUMHOLE?????? THIS IS A SERIOUS MATTER, ANSWER IN ANYYYYY LANGUAGE, I'M DESPERATE TO GO FOR A BIG, CHUCKY, ❤❤❤❤(but it hurts when i go) LOVE A VERY DESPERATE PERSON k bye xxxxx