Re: [tied] para

From: Miguel Carrasquer
Message: 17760
Date: 2003-01-18

On Sat, 18 Jan 2003 17:05:47 +0100, "alex_lycos" <altamix@...>

>I doubt there is a Romanian "pre" & "pe" with the meaning "por", "para",
>"per", "pour".
>In Romanian "pre" is to find in:
>spre ( s+pre)= toward, in the direction of
>precum ( pre + cum) = as weel as
>pe= on
>The equivalent for "per, por, para, pour" = Romanian "pentru"
>cf DEX pentru= pre+întru
>pre= pe
>pe= cf. DEX latin "super" or latin "per". ( don-t forget latin super >
>supra in romanian almost as unused but "deasupra" is the word which is
>used = de+asupra
>întru= cd DEX latin "intro"
>The whole composition seems a bit forced since a Romanian sound like
>"â/î" ( I use both characters tough is the same sound, the way to write
>was changed several times) seems to derive from an "a" and "e" but not
>from an "i". Therefore Latin "intro" could hardly give the Rom ."întru".

Nonsense. Latin intro -> E.Rom *entru -> Rom. întru. Latin in ->
E.Rom *en -> Rom. în-.

Miguel Carrasquer Vidal