From: Joerg Baumgartner (joe@toppoint.de)
Date: Fri 31 Jan 1997 - 00:34:00 EET

Just a minor "linguistic" tidbit:

IMO "yuthu" is the genitive form of "yu", "god". (As in Yu-Kargzant.)
Yuthubars: City _of God_. Yuthuppa: Ship _of God_.

If that's true, the name Yuthu might have been a title, meaning just
"(the one) of God". A description fitting Buserian...


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