Pratchett, Terry Easter Egg - Polish Terry

The name Lezek, in "Mort", is a version of the Polish name Leszek (nickname of Alexander). Also, Sto Lat in Polish is literally "a hundred years".

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Contributed By: aa_k on 09-19-1999
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aa_k writes:
Brilliant! Inspired!
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hkustron writes:
Leszek is a name in its own right, not a nickname of Aleksander (the nickname of Aleksander would be Olek).
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The main egg in the book is the name Mort itself - it comes from the Latin word for 'Death'. Hmm.
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turtle writes:
Mort is the French word for death. Also it says in one Mort was Death's nickname.
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All found Easter Eggs so far: http://www.co.uk.lspace.org/books/apf/index.html So please don't post any more.
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