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Re: [gang8] Gifts

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  • G W Gardiner
    Kevin, Amen. There is of course a Greek version in two particles, spelt eta, mu eta nu and pronounced air mairn. It means yea verily or that is so and
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      Kevin,

      "Amen."

      There is of course a Greek version in two particles, spelt eta, mu eta nu and pronounced "air mairn." It means "yea verily" or "that
      is so" and goes right back to Hesiod.


      Geoff
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