Japanese vs. Lithuanian

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I've been observing Japanese language since high school and I've noticed some strange coincidences with Lithuanian:

EN - LT - JP

Bit (example: past dog bite) - Kando - Kanda
Bug, fly - Muse - Mushi
Breasts - Papai - Oppai
Hard - Kieta(s) - Kata(i)
The going - Ejimas (eikime - let's go) - Ikimas(u)
and so on... such a coincidence, isn't it?
 
  • Frank06

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    Nederlands / Dutch (Belgium)
    Bit (example: past dog bite) - Kando - Kanda
    Bug, fly - Muse - Mushi
    Breasts - Papai - Oppai
    Hard - Kieta(s) - Kata(i)
    The going - Ejimas (eikime - let's go) - Ikimas(u)
    and so on... such a coincidence, isn't it?
    Take any two languages and you'll find this kind of coincidences based upon vague similarities, a bit of imagination and a dash of pareidolia.

    Frank
     
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