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Talk without being quite sure = govoriti napamet!
Where you are rushing to = kud juriš !
Surprising thing about it = ono što je najčudnije !
As a rule = po pravilu !
How dare you? = Kako se usuđuješ?
In a manner of = na neki način
By all manner = na svaki način
By no means = ni na koji način
There's no way of = nema načina
It's clear that = jasno je da
Of course = nego šta !
Let them stay as they are = neka ih !
Come, come ! = vidi, vidi !
Gee whizz! = Opa Bato !
You don't say ! = ma nemoj !
There must be something behind it = ima tu nešto...

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Circumference and Area of a Circle
Obim i površina kruga
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Surface Area and Volume of a Cone
Površina i zapremina kupe
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Surface Area and Volume of a Sphere
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Poreklo imena!
RaPossibly means "sun" in Egyptian...
RaakelFinnish form of RACHEL
RabScottish short form of ROBERT
RababFrom the Arabic word rababah, a musical instrument...
RabbieScottish diminutive of ROBERT
RabiFeminine form of RABI
RabindraBengali form of RAVINDRA
RachaelVariant of RACHEL
RachelMeans "ewe" in Hebrew...
RacheleItalian form of RACHEL
RachelleVariant of RACHEL influenced by the spelling of ROCHELLE
RachnaVariant of RACHANA
RachylVariant of RACHEL
RacawShort form of RADOSAW
RacqueVariant of RAQUEL
RadclyffeFrom a surname, a variant of RADCLIFF
RadhaMeans "success" in Sanskrit...
RadimShort form of RADOMIR
RadimirRussian variant of RADZIMIERZ
RadkaFeminine form of RADKO
RadmilaSerbian and Czech feminine form of RADOMIL
RadmiloSerbian form of RADOMIL
RadomiPolish form of RADOMIL
RadomiaPolish feminine form of RADOMIL
RadomilaFeminine form of RADOMIL
RadomirCognate of RADZIMIERZ
RadomiraFeminine form of RADOMIR
RadošShort form of RADOSLAV, RADOMIR
RadoslavCognate of RADOSAW
RadoslavaFeminine form of RADOSLAV
RadosawaFeminine form of RADOSAW
RadulfGermanic cognate of RA?ÚLFR
RaeShort form of RACHEL...
RaeburnFrom a surname which was originally derived from a Scottish place name meaning "stream where does drink" in Middle English...
RaeleneCombination of RAE
RaelynCombination of RAE
RafShort form of RAFAËL
RafaSpanish short form of RAFAEL
RafaëlDutch form of RAPHAEL
RafaelSpanish, Portuguese, German and Slovene form of RAPHAEL
RafaelaSpanish, Portuguese and German feminine form of RAPHAEL
RafaPolish form of RAPHAEL
RafeVariant of RALPH...
RaffaelaGerman feminine form of RAPHAEL
RaffaeleItalian form of RAPHAEL
RaffaellaItalian feminine form of RAPHAEL
RaffaelloItalian form of RAPHAEL
RafiqaFeminine form of RAFIQ
RaghnaidScottish form of RAGNHILD
RaghnailtIrish form of RAGNHILD
RaghnallGaelic form of RAGNVALD
RaghuMeans "swift" in Sanskrit...
RagnarScandinavian cognate of RAYNER
RagnhildurIcelandic form of RAGNHILD
RagnvaldFrom the Old Norse name Ragnvaldr, a cognate of Reginwald (see REYNOLD
RaguelMeans "friend of God" in Hebrew...
RahabMeans "spacious" in Hebrew..
RaheemVariant transcription of RAHIM
RáhelHungarian form of RACHEL
RahelaRomanian form of RACHEL
RahulMeans "able, efficient" in Sanskrit...
RaibeartScottish form of ROBERT
RáichéalIrish form of RACHEL
RaidenVariant transcription of RAIJIN
RaijinFrom Japanese (rai) "thunder" and (jin) "god, spirit"...
RaimoFinnish form of RAYMOND
RaimondaItalian feminine form of RAYMOND
RaimondasLithuanian form of RAYMOND
RaimondoItalian form of RAYMOND
RaimondsLatvian form of RAYMOND
RaimundGerman form of RAYMOND
RaimundeGerman feminine form of RAYMOND
RaimundoSpanish and Portuguese form of RAYMOND
RainaVariant transcription of RAYNA
RainardVariant of REYNARD
RainePossibly a variant of REINE...
RainerGerman form of RAYNER
RainerioSpanish form of RAYNER
RainierFrench form of RAYNER
Raisa Possibly from Greek
Raisa Feminine form of RAIS
RaiselDiminutive of RAISA
Raja Variant of RAJ
RajaniMeans "the dark one" in Sanskrit...
RajenderVariant of RAJENDRA
RajendraMeans "lord of kings", derived from Sanskrit (raja) "king" combined with the name of the Hindu god INDRA
RajeshMeans "ruler of kings" from Sanskrit (riaja) "king" and
RajinderVariant of RAJENDRA
Rajiv'Means "striped" in Sanskrit...
RajmundPolish and Slovene form of RAYMOND
RajneeshVariant transcription of RAJNISH
RajnishMeans "lord of the night" from Sanskrit (rajani) "night" and
RajyaVariant transcription of RAJIYA
RakelScandinavian form of RACHEL
RakeshMeans "lord of the full-moon day" from Sanskrit (raka) "full-moon day" and
RaleighVariant of RALPH
RalphContracted form of the Old Norse name RA?ÚLFR (or its Norman form Radulf)...
RalphieDiminutive of RALPH
Ram Modern transcription of RAMA
RamaMeans "pleasing" in Sanskrit...
RamachanderVariant of RAMACHANDRA
RamachandraMeans "Rama moon", derived from RAMA, another name of Vishnu, combined with Sanskrit (chandra) meaning "moon"...
RambertCombination of the names of the Hindu gods RAMA and KRISHNA...
RamesesMeans "son of Ra", composed of the name of the supreme Egyptian god RA combined with the Egyptian root mes "son" or mesu "be born"...
RameshModern transcription of RAMESHA
RameshaMeans "ruler of Rama", derived from Sanskrit (Rama), a name of Lakshmi (wife of the god Vishnu), combined with (isha) "ruler"...
RameshwarMeans "lord Rama", derived from RAMA, another name of Vishnu, combined with Sanskrit
RamiroSpanish form of Ramirus, a Latinized form of a Visigothic name derived from the Germanic elements ragin "advice" and mari "famous"...
RamlaSpanish form of RAYMOND
RamónCatalan form of RAYMOND
RamonaFeminine form of RAMÓN...
RamsayScottish form of RAMSEY
RamsesVariant of RAMESES
RanaMeans "an eye-catching object" from Arabic
RanaldScottish form of REYNOLD
RandalVariant of RANDALL
RandallFrom an English surname which was derived from the medieval given name Randel, which was a diminutive of RANDOLF
RandellVariant of RANDALL
RandiFeminine form of RANDY, also used as a diminutive of MIRANDA
RandolfFrom the Germanic elements rand meaning "rim (of a shield)" and wulf meaning "wolf"...
RandolphVariant of RANDOLF...
RandyShort form of RANDALL or RANDOL
RangiMeans "sky" in Maori...
RanieroItalian form of RAYNER
RaniyaMeans "looking at", derived from Arabic
RanjShort form of RANJIT
RanjeetVariant transcription of RANJIT
RanjitMeans "coloured, pleased, delighted" in Sanskrit...
RansuFinnish form of Franciscus (see FRANCIS')
RanulfScottish form of the Old Norse name Randúlfr, a cognate of RANDOLF..
RanulphVariant of RANULF
RanyaVariant transcription of RANIYA
RaoulFrench form of Radulf (see RALPH')
RaphaëlFrench form of RAPHAEL
RaphaelFrom the Hebrew name (Refa''el) which meant "God has healed"...
RaphaelaFeminine form of RAPHAEL
RaquelSpanish and Portuguese form of RACHEL
RaschelleVariant of RACHELLE
RashaunCombination of the prefix Ra with the name SHAUN
RashawnCombination of the prefix Ra with the name SHAWN
RashedVariant transcription of RASHID
RasheedVariant transcription of (RASHID')
RashidMeans "rightly guided" in Arabic...
RashidaFeminine form of RASHID
RasimaFeminine form of RASIM
RasmusScandinavian form of ERASMUS
RastusShort form of ERASTUS
RatanVariant (derived via Prakrit) of RATNA
RatiMeans "rest, pleasure" in Sanskrit...
RatnaDerived from Sanskrit (ratna) meaning "jewel"...
RatnamSouthern Indian form of RATNA
RaúlSpanish form of RADULF
RaulItalian and Portuguese form of Radulf (see RALPH')
RavenFrom the name of the bird, ultimately from Old English hrafn...
RavennaEither an elaboration of RAVEN
RaviMeans "sun" in Sanskrit...
RavindraMeans "lord of the sun" from Sanskrit (ravi) "sun" combined with the name of the Hindu god INDRA
RawiyaMeans "storyteller", derived from Arabic
RawyaVariant of RAWIYA
RayShort form of RAYMOND, often used as an independent name...
RayaDiminutive of RAYNA
RaykoBulgarian variant of RADKO
RayleneCombination of RAY
RaymondFrom the Germanic name Reginmund, composed of the elements ragin "advice" and mund "protector"...
RaymondeFrench feminine form of RAYMOND
RaymundVariant of RAYMOND
RaymundoSpanish and Portuguese form of RAYMOND
Rayna Either a Bulgarian form of REGINA or a feminine form of RAYNO
RaynaVariant transcription of REINA
RaynardVariant of REYNARD
Rayner From the Germanic name Reginhar, composed of the elements ragin "advice" and heri "army"
Rayno Bulgarian variant of RADKO
Raziela Variant transcription of RIDA

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ADN = Any day now
AEAP = As early as possible
AFAIK = As far as I know
AFK = Away from keyboard
AKA = Also known as
AISB = As it should be
AOTA = All of the above
ASAP = As soon as possible
AAS = Alive and smiling
A/S/L = Age/sex/location
AT = At your terminal
ATM = At the moment
AYEC = At your earliest convenience
B/F = Boyfriend
B4 = Before
B4N = Bye for now
BAK = Back at keyboard
BAU = Business as usual
BBIAF = Be back in a few
BBIAM = Be back in a minute
BBL = Be back later
BC = Because
BCNU = Be seein' you
BF = Best friend
BFN = Bye for now
BLNT = Better luck next time
BM&Y = Between me and you
BOL = Best of luck
BRB = Be right back
BTA = But then again
BTDT = Been there, done that
BTW = By the way
CMIIW = Correct me if I'm wrong
CMON = Come on
COB = Close of business
CU = See you
CUA = See you around
CUL = See you later
CUL8R = See you later
CWYL = Chat with you later
CYA = See ya
CYO = See you online
D/L = Download
DEGT = Don't even go there
DIKU = Do I know you?
DQMOT = Don't quote me on this
DTS = Don't think so
EBKAC = Error between keyboard and chair
EMA = E-mail address
EOD = End of day
EOM = End of message
F2F = Face to face
FBM = Fine by me
FISH = First in, still here
FOMCL = Falling off my chair laughing
FITB = Fill in the blank
FRT = For real though
FWIW = For what it's worth
FYEO = For your eyes only
FYI = For your information

G/F = Girlfriend
G2G = Got to go
G2R = Got to run
GA = Go ahead
GAL = Get a life
GB = Goodbye
GBU = God bless you
GFI = Go for it
GG = Gotta Go or Good Game
GIAR = Give it a rest
GIGO = Garbage in, garbage out
GL = Good luck
GL/HF = Good luck, have fun
GLNG = Good luck next game
GMTA = Great minds think alike
GOL = Giggling out loud
GR8 = Great
GR&D = Grinning, running and ducking
GTG = Got to go
GTRM = Going to read mail
HAGN = Have a good night
HAGO = Have a good one
HAND = Have a nice day
HF = Have fun
HHIS = Head hanging in shame
HOAS = Hold on a second
HRU = How are you?
HTH = Hope this helps
IAC = In any case
IANAL = I am not a lawyer
IB = I'm back
IC = I see
ICBW = It could be worse
IDK = I don't know
IDTS = I don't think so
IG2R = I got to run
IIRC = If I remember correctly
ILBL8 = I'll be late
ILU = I love you
ILY = I love you
IM = Instant message
IMHO = In my humble opinion
IMNSHO = In my not so humble opinion
IMO = In my opinion
INAL = I'm not a lawyer
IOW = In other words
IRL = In real life
IRMC = I rest my case
IUSS = If you say so
IYKWIM = If you know what I mean
IYO = In your opinion
IYSS = If you say so
JAC = Just a sec
JIK = Just in case
JJA = Just joking around
JK = Just kidding
JMO = Just my opinion
KISS = Keep it simple, stupid
KIT = Keep in touch
KOTC = Kiss on the cheek
KNIM = Know what I mean?
L8R = Later
LD = Later, dude / Long distance
LMAO = Laughing my a** off
LOL = Laughing out loud
LTM = Laugh to myself
LTNS = Long time no see
LYLAS = Love you like a sis
M8 = Mate
MorF = Male or female?
MoS = Mother over shoulder
MUSM = Miss you so much
MYOB = Mind your own business
n00b = Newbie
NBD = No big deal
NFM = None for me / Not for me
NIMBY = Not in my back yard
NLT = No later than
NM = Nothing much / Never mind
NMH = Not much here
NOYB = None of your business
NP = No problem
NRN = No response/reply necessary
NW = No way
OIC = Oh, I see
OMG = Oh my God
OO = Over and out
OOH = Out of here
OOTD = One of these days
OTB = Off to bed
OTOH = On the other hand
OTTOMH = Off the top of my head
OTW = Off to work
PDQ = Pretty darn quick
PLMK = Please let me know
PLZ = Please
PMFI = Pardon me for interrupting
PMFJI = Pardon me for jumping in
POAHF = Put on a happy face
POS = Parent over shoulder
PPL = People
PRW = People/parents are watching
PTL = Praise the Lord
PXT = Please explain that
PU = That stinks!
QIK = Quick
RL = Real life
RME = Rolling my eyes
ROTFL = Rolling on the floor laughing
RSN = Real soon now
RTFM = Read the f***ing manual
SICNR = Sorry, I could not resist
SIG2R = Sorry, I got to run
SMHID = Scratching my head in disbelief
SOMY = Sick of me yet?
SPK = Speak
SPST = Same place, same time
SOTMG = Short of time, must go
SS = So sorry
SSDD = Same stuff, different day
SSINF = So stupid it's not funny
STR8 = Straight
STW = Search the Web
SUITM = See you in the morning
SUL = See you later
SUP = What's up?
SYL = See you later
TA = Thanks a lot
TAFN = That's all for now
TAM = Tomorrow a.m.
TBH = To be honest
TC = Take care
TGIF = Thank God it's Friday
THX = Thanks
TIA = Thanks in advance
TIAD = Tomorrow is another day
TLK2UL8R = Talk to you later
TMI = Too much information
TMWFI = Take my word for it
TNSTAAFL = There's no such thing as a free lunch
TPM = Tomorrow p.m.
TPTB = The powers that be
TTFN = Ta ta for now
TTTT = These things take time
TTYL = Talk to you later
TTYS = Talk to you soon
TU = Thank you
TY = Thank you
TYT = Take your time
TYVM = Thank you very much
UGTBK = You've got to be kidding
UKTR = You know that's right
UL = Upload
UR = Your / You're
UV = Unpleasant visual
UW = You're welcome
WAM = Wait a minute
WAN2TLK = Want to talk
WAYF = Where are you from?
WB = Welcome back
WIIFM = What's in it for me?
WK = Week
WKD = Weekend
WTF = What the f*ck
WTG = Way to go
WTH = What the heck?
WU? = What's up?
WUCIWUG = What you see is what you get
WUF? = Where are you from?
WWJD = What would Jesus do?
WWYC = Write when you can
WYSIWYG = What you see is what you get
YBS = You'll be sorry
YGBKM = You gotta be kidding me
YMMV = Your mileage may vary
YW = You're welcome

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