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- Vientiane - Wikipedia
Etymology The name of the city is derived from Pali, the liturgical language of Theravada Buddhism Although the original meaning of the name of the city is "city of sandalwood", as shown by ancient Lao inscriptions (written pictogrammatically, unlike modern Lao, which is written phonetically), in modern Lao the meaning of the name Vientiane is ambiguous
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