American vocabulary question

hi friends! I wonder about two names that often win and whose meaning I do not understand at all!:roll_eyes: (I am French and google does not say everything!)These are Fifth (who wins regularly), and Avrio.If a nice participant could inform me about this linguistic enigma,:stuck_out_tongue: I would be happy!Thank you!:fu:

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@MAGKO Avrio is a Greek word.

Fifth, I believe represents high end. Like fifth avenue here in NYC

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Just in response to your emoji @MAGKO I know its supposed to be a thumbs up :+1: But you gave us the wrong finger! :joy: OH So funny! I needed that today!
Thanks Magko! :fu:

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Oh Em Geeโ€ฆ I didnโ€™t even notice that. Day made.

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Lol lol @Alphaomega808 and @MAGKO
Great topic and I agree it made my night seeing the finger up thingy :grinning::grinning:

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oh lol didnt even know you could do that, I so want to do that.

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It might have different meaning in French :smiley:

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oulala! I did not see, I thought it was a thumbs up!
I am ashamed!:pensive:
I can tell you that this is not a problem of French, but rather a problem of glasses!:sunglasses:
(so much the better if I made you laugh, but Iโ€™m embarrassed)
Iโ€™m going to buy a magnifying glass on amazon!:face_with_monocle:

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Thanck you, LisaMac!

Thanck you NelmaG, it is really interesting!

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Thank you @MAGKO and @Alphaomega808. I have laughed so so much itโ€™s made my day. Laughter surely is the best medicine. Have a happy day you allโ€ฆand thanks to SquadHelp for this awesome forum :sunglasses:

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