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Is it okay to have another relative pronoun in a relative clause?

For example,
- I said, “Gughorchet”, which I have no idea [what] means.

Or instead should I say — I said, “Gughorchet”, and I have no idea what that means / , the meaning of which I have no idea about?

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Is it okay to have another relative pronoun in a relative clause?

For example,
- I said, “Gughorchet”, which I have no idea [what] means.

Or  instead should I say — I said, “Gughorchet”, and I have no idea what that means / , the meaning of which I have no idea about?
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