Fri, 12 Jan 2001 07:28:18 -0800 (GMT-0800), Mark Davis <email@example.com> pisze:
> According to the references I have, the prefix "uni" is directly from
> Latin while the word "code" is through French. The Indo-European would
> have been *oi-no-kau-do ("give one strike"): *kau apparently being
> related to such English words as: hew, haggle, hoe, hag, hay, hack,
> caudad, caudal, caudate, caudex, coda, codex, codicil, coward, incus,
> and Kovač (personal name: 'smith').
Oh, so my surname is related to Unicode? :-)
"Kowal" means "smith" in Polish.
-- __("< Marcin Kowalczyk * firstname.lastname@example.org http://qrczak.ids.net.pl/ \__/ ^^ SYGNATURA ZASTĘPCZA QRCZAK
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