It looks like 'valamit' is a combound word (the end part is 'mit'). So if i'm right, what is 'vala'?
You are right 'vala' means 'some' although not used by itself.
'Valami' = something, 'valaki' = somebody/someone, 'valahol' = somewhere, 'valamikor' = sometime.
That was really a clever question, have a lingot! ;)
Thanks, it helps to know Finnish. I see a lot of structural similarities like this.
our language is connected to the Finnish as the sciences say. now i believe it perfectly. thanks for that
GalvanTivadar, thanks a lot for a very useful answer.
Get also a lingot from me, for answering the question I had right now. Thanks chirelchirel, for asking this question. :-)
You're welcome :) I like it when someone else has already asked my question, so nice to see it works the other way around too.
Ah, so I am, Péter. What is the meaning of life?
The life always mean just what you make it mean ;)
Bravo, GergKiss246905 - "Life is what you make it." Here's a lingot.
Can this also be Peter looks for something?
"looks for something" is still not accepted
I just reported it again.