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Re: [tied] Latin -ô / -ônis endings

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  • João S. Lopes Filho
    No, Latin -atio Portuguese -ac,a~o (ação) (c, = c with cedilha,zedilla, a~ = a with tilde) Latin natio (nationem) Portuguese nac,a~o (nação) Latin
    Message 1 of 5 , May 9, 2001
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      No,
      Latin -atio > Portuguese -ac,a~o (ação) (c, = c with cedilha,zedilla, a~ =
      a
      with tilde)
      Latin natio (nationem) > Portuguese nac,a~o (nação)
      Latin conceptio (-onem) > Portuguese conceic,a~o (conceição)


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      From: petegray <petegray@...>
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      Subject: Re: [tied] Latin -ô / -ônis endings


      > > In Portuguese the Latin -o: (-onem) developped into -a~o ,
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      > Surely the -a~o ending is from the Latin -atio? Or have I mis-remembered?
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      > Peter
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