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Subject: Re: curious about "ae" names
Author: Pavlos   (guest, 213.5.233.81)
Date: April 26, 2006 at 11:27:37 PM
Reply to: curious about "ae" names by Tempestgirl
In many circumstances, "ae" is how the Greek dipthong "ai" (alpha-iota) - pronounced "eh" - is transliterated into Latin, etc

Examples:

Aisopos (Grk.) => Aesop (L, Engl.)
Aither (Grk.) => Aether (L) => Ether (Engl.)
Aisthetikos (Grk.) => Aestheticus (L) => Aesthetic (Engl.)

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