Re: Latin Linguistics - Etymology

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Posted by Marquis James von Hartman on January 30, 1999 at 21:25:30:

In Reply to: Re: Latin Linguistics posted by Kania Stanislaw on January 30, 1999 at 07:48:31:

: Marquis,

: Before the 19th Century language research was mainly found in a field of philosophy. Your Ladonia is a form of Lingua Franca, a PIDGIN mix of English, Swedish, Latin among others. Waaaaaal is an example. You and your nation are the Class Room, the teachers. I am just a vistor who is watching the birth of a new one!

: Cheers,

: Kania S.


Thank you for your kind observations. I was thinking more along the line of Etymology that investigates the origin and development of Latin words. Also, what is the meaning within a specific context at any given time or place. That is what I was seeking to understand. However, you point out that we are creating our own. Perhaps then we should continue without the bother. It was just an idea.

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