lucy24 - 3:51 am on Feb 3, 2012 (gmt 0)
I looked it up. "uk" the language is Ukrainian. Not to be confused with "ua" the tld.* Well, I'd be hard-pressed to think what else it could have been. Though an American-to-British translation might be quite entertaining for some sites.
Most of my translates are unquestionably legitimate: they're from assorted Spanish-speaking countries asking for an e-book that happens to be an English translation of a Spanish original. You can get the original online-- I have a link to it-- and I suspect the Spanish-to-English translator took liberties. But the translation has much prettier pictures. (Had to fine-tune my hotlink routine to let people see them.) Even if the visitors are scrapers it's no skin off my nose (disagreeable mental picture there) because the book is in the public domain. It's not as if they are taking my own deathless prose and claiming it's their own.
I did once get someone asking for a translation of one of my Inuktitut pages into Russian. That's one time I really wished for more than "google search" as the referer :)
* In a related "hold on to your hats!" moment, I also recently met something I never would have thought existed: a well-behaved Ukrainian robot. Asked for robots.txt, picked up a reasonable group of pages, left.