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MăRţIşOr

  1. 1. Mărţişor<br />The men offer to the women a talisman object also called Mărţişor, consisting of a jewel or a small decoration like a flower, an animal, a heart, tied to a red and white string<br />
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  3. 3. Mărţişor is the traditional celebration of the beginning of the spring. The day’s name is the diminutive of March and thus means something like “little” or “dear March”. It is a symbol of spring, “a good luck charm” in English and a “ porte-bonheur” in French.<br />The white and red thread of the amulet (a coin, money cowries) which parents customarily tied around their children’s wrist, young men offered to young women, and young women used to exchange among themselves was believed to bring good luck and good health. It is also a gift of sincerity, of devoted love, is a gift of the nobility of our soul. It’s an ancient tradition witch still lives.<br />
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  5. 5. ÎNTÂI CURIOS ŞI TIMID, APOI DECIS ŞI HOTĂRÂT, PRIMUL GHIOCEL ÎŞI SCOATE CAPUL DIN ZĂPADĂ CA SĂ ANUNŢE VENIREA PRIMĂVERII ŞI PE MELEAGURILE NEMŢENE.<br /> CĂRORA IL DĂRUIM CU TOATĂ DRAGOSTEA.<br />
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  25. 25. Vadorim o primavarafericita<br />www.slideshare.net/hermina<br />

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