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Name of a flower in Slovak that sounds like Rad?  
by takeonme79, 2017-07-31, 20:29  Spam?  89.132.175...
I'm trying to find someone I met in a club in Bratislava. We exchanged numbers but did this hastily as his cab had arrived and he was keeping it and his friends waiting. The number I have for him is wrong and probably he's got my number wrong too. When I tried to find him on Facebook he said his surname was something like Rad. I thought maybe it's Rado but he also said his surname was Rad, like the flower. He spoke English well so I don't think he means the colour red.

Is there any flower in the Slovak language that sounds like Rad?

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