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Ninda Means:

ninda an ezzateni watarra ekutteni

The first decoded hittitian sentence (by Bedrich Hrozny in 1915)

ninda: the word for bread, same like in ancient sumer language which was an uralic-altaic language like turkish. also hitties was using sumer letters.
ezzat: "to eat" in english or "essen" in german
watarra: "water" in english and "wasser" in german
eku: it means "to drink" in hittit language but the similar word "aqua" in latin means "water"
ninda an ezzateni watarra ekutteni (eat the bread and drink the water)


gryphon (griffin)

The gryphon is a fabulous animal, symbolically significant for its domination of both the earth and the sky; because of its lion's body and eagle's head and wings. As the lion was traditionally considered the king of the beasts and the eagle the king of the birds, the griffin was thought to be an especially powerful and majestic creature. Griffins are normally known for guarding treasure. In antiquity it was a symbol of divine power and a guardian of the divine.

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