2802Re: [romconlang] Re: What would be your sugge stions for a pure French word meaning 'frater nitée'?
- Feb 1, 2013--- On Fri, 2/1/13, thomasruhm <thomas@...> wrote:
> I saw that the word comes form 'fraternus', when I already typed theThat I don't understand. What makes a changed / corrected post inauthentic?
> post, and did not send it, but I did not want to change it because I
> don't like to change something I have already written, because it is not
> authentic if I change it. Sometimes I still do.
> Maybe if 'frèrité' would have been composed in French times, notPossibly. Or possibly not. French etymology makes wandering in king
> developed progressively from Latin, there would not have been a word
> descending from 'fraternus'.
Minos's labyrinth like an afternoon at Hampton Court!
> I see this is getting complicated. I just thought about the wordWhat is "frèrne"?
> 'frèrne'. From that it could be 'frèrnté', if 'rnt' isn't a too
> complicated nexus.
> Frerity looks like a real English word.It is! Or would be if we'd borrowed French frèrité! I don't think this
is a valid French word, though google returns a couple hits for it.
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