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Posted 2014-01-04 02:25 (#95090 - in reply to #95088)
Subject: RE: Pagal Prūsijos vyskupysčių ribų nustatymo aktą (?) (1243)



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Leliwa - 2014-01-03 12:05


Tuomet MEND + WOLF/WULF ką galėtų reikšti?

Įdomi etimologija MEND:
mendacious (adj.) 1610s, from Middle French mendacieux, from Latin mendacium "a lie, untruth, falsehood, fiction," from mendax (genitive mendacis) "lying, deceitful," from menda "fault, defect, carelessness in writing," from PIE root *mend- "physical defect, fault" (see amend (v.)). The sense evolution of Latin mendax was influenced by mentiri "to speak falsely, lie, deceive." Related: Mendaciously; mendaciousness.

Tai vokiečiai vienuoliai matyt budami metraštininkais ir sau suprantamai užrašė MEND+OLPHUS?
O Mindaugo diplomatinius pasažus jie suprato, kaip "netiesos sakymą, melą" - gal iš čia tas MEND?
 


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