[extropy-chat] The Language of Euphamism versus Life of my Son

scerir scerir at libero.it
Fri May 20 06:17:51 UTC 2005

From: "Mike Lorrey" 

> I meant the modern equivalent of 'lautni' or 'manu'? Man, for instance?
> What does 'lautni' mean and what would be its modern equivalent?

Yes the modern equivalent is man (Italian: uomo), sometimes people
(Italian: gente). But we know the meaning of few (dozens) Etruscan
words (ie 'papa' = grandfather), and they are words about religion, 
or funerals.  

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