[FOM] Prenex (Thomas Forster)
rafal.urbaniak at ucalgary.ca
Sat Nov 24 12:36:50 EST 2007
`prae' - in front of, before.
`necto' - to tie up, to bind, to fasten
`nexum' - a derivative from `necto'. As an adjective: tied up, bound,
(interestingly, `nexum' as a noun was a name of a way you could borrow
money in Rome by signing a document saying that if you don't pay in
time, you'll become a slave to the person you borrow the money from.
There is a slight chance this second use has nothing to do with the word
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