Re: ZWJ, ZWNJ and VS in Latin and other Greek-derived scripts

From: Otto Stolz (
Date: Mon Feb 05 2007 - 03:55:07 CST

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    Philippe Verdy schrieb:
    > The most "common" exception is in the word "caetera" in the Latin expression "et caetera",

    The Latin word is "cetera": "Et cetera" means "and [the] remaining [issues/things]".
    Latin "caetra" is a ligth (spanish) shield; there is no "caetera", in Latin, as far
    as I know.

      Otto Stolz

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