In this area, the equivilent is 'henna'. It's valley lingo for 'ya know.' The older people, especially, use it. A lady at church uses it at the end of every sentence. Henna? I can't seem to make it sound right in my head. The only henna I know is as a plant extract that was added to a shampoo in the late 70's or early 80's, and that somehow does not make sense as a "thought" ender.Is it something like the 'eh' that the Canuck's up north use all the time?Ron
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