Well, what do you say? True or false?
Translated to english, the answer to this question is chocolate cake.
How? you may ask, simple. If in a hypothetical language "this sentence is false" translates directly to what is your favorite snack, than the image that conjures into my mind is chocolate cake.
As this shows, since there is no universal, absolute meaning that can be assigned to something, the only meaning something has is whatever meaning I wish for it to have.
Take diamond, to some a diamond may hold a lot of meaning, but although it is reasonably rare, its made of atoms just as most things. Suppose you find a squirrel, put on front of him a nutritious nut and a 20 carat diamond, I rest assured knowing that he would not fail to choose the highly nutritious nut instead of a meaningless diamond.
So the problem in this scenario is not in applying a correct meaning of truth or falsity to the paradox, but it is the concept itself, it is the concept of assigning meaning that is the error. This is obvious as there is no use in justifying what is an unjustifiable quality. If meaning were not as equivocally unjustifiable there would be no paradox in the first place.
So as you see, such unjustifiable qualities or meanings express no real correlation with any given state of actuality and render information in conjunction only to the single body creating them.
The dictionary and eventually all present forms of language will fail to assign a correct meaning to meaning as you cannot transmute into the physical what is in reality a mental illusion.