From: Mark Wilson (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Oct 10 2000 - 00:49:30 EDT
Concerning my goof:
> >>I'm just curious...does anyone know how we got from STOLH to EPISTOLH?
> >We didn't :o )
> >Both find their point of departure from STELLW though.
> >It goes from EPI + STELLW = EPISTELLW to EPISTOLH.
> >EPISTELLW being the messenger, EPISTOLH the message.
>Er, could we make that EPISTELLW being the verb, "to dispatch", EPISTOLH
In fact, to answer your question: Not only can we, we should!
Thanks for the correction!
And yet, a question still lingers in my mind.
Can you shed some light on STOLH?
In the active I noticed that it meant "to gather up" or "equip." But I can't
seem to follow it down to "a full-length robe." [Trench]
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