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What does "yowakimonoyonanjinonahaonnanari " mean?

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    I think it means something like "add spaces."

    よわきものよなんじのなはおんななり
    Frailty, thy name is woman (Idiom)

    OMG what a long word!

    It is tranlation of "Hamlet" 's liens.
    yowaki (literary style) =yowai week,frailty
    mono person
    nanji(literary style)=anata you,they
    na name
    onna woman
    nari(literary style)=aru be

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    It's a quote from Hamlet, Shakespeare's masterpiece drama.
    http://www.enotes.com/shakespeare-quotes/frailty-thy-name-woman

    In kanji,
    弱き者よ、汝の名は女なり

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