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  • CppGuy
    Can someone explain this one? It s in adjective in F, E & D and not a verb as far as I can tell.
    Message 1 of 3 , May 13, 2013
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      Can someone explain this one? It's in adjective in F, E & D and not a verb as far as I can tell.
    • Kjell Rehnström
      ... Kompara quum skripte Jespersen pri /piano /in li gramatike. Me suposi ke li /pur/ naviali forme vud es /inkognitim, anonimim! /On povud vida /inkognito/
      Message 2 of 3 , May 13, 2013
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        CppGuy skrev 2013-05-14 04:39:
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        > Can someone explain this one?
        > It's in adjective in F, E & D and
        > not a verb as far as I can tell.
        >
        >
        Kompara quum skripte Jespersen pri
        /piano /in li gramatike. Me suposi
        ke li /pur/ naviali forme vud es
        /inkognitim, anonimim! /On povud
        vida /inkognito/ kom non-deklinati
        internationali vorde exemplim OK!

        Kjell R
      • Bruce R. Gilson
        ... -- Bruce R. Gilson brg1942@gmail.com
        Message 3 of 3 , May 14, 2013
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          On Mon, May 13, 2013 at 10:39 PM, CppGuy <cppguy@...> wrote:
           

          Can someone explain this one? It's in adjective in F, E & D and not a verb as far as I can tell.

          I think it's one of those cases where Jespersen decided that similarity to known languages counted for more than absolute consistency. Like "piano."  




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