The Complete and Definitive Guide to the Very Best Czech Music of All Time

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  1. V. says:

    It’s rather funny that even members of Mňága & Žďorp don’t know the exact meaning of their name because it comes from Silesian dialect. They just heard the words from some of their friends from Ostrava and they liked it.

    It’s hard to tell what is the original meaning of “mňága” but it can be used for almost anything that’s fluid and thick. It could be food (sauce, porridge, etc.) but it could be also mud.

    “Žďorp” should be spelled “žďorb” (plural “žďorby”) and it means “a useless thing” or “junk”.

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