||Lumia (Authenticated as Lumia)
||March 20, 2009 at 2:44:58 PM
||Re: Allegedly by Immovable
Probably they are thinking in lind(e)
, originally meaning "lime tree" and by extension "flexible, smooth, soft, tender" (later, it meant also "shield" because the shields were often made of lime tree wood). I can understand that somebody interprets "gentle" as extension of "tender", interpreted in a figurate sense or as a personal virtue and not in the actual material sense, but "peace" or "peaceful"? This interpretation goes far away from what I can imagine.
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