dubai or dubayy?

Noticed yesterday that Gmaps changed Dubai to Dubayy. Wikipedia says Dubayy is closer to the Arabic pronunciation.

Dubai Dubayy is new & old. Things changes. Things stays the same.

If everything is a circle, I’m living at the point where the snake’s teeth & tail meet.






3 thoughts on “dubai or dubayy?

  1. […] I learned why Dina might have been so familiar to that man: the name Dina has etymological roots in Spanish/Latin, plus DINA is a manufacturer of trucks and buses (the Mexican equivalent of Mac trucks)—Diesel Nacional (DiNa), which later became Diesel International, but name changes can be difficult to make stick. […]

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