|From:||Antonielly Garcia Rodrigues <antonielly@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, August 23, 2006, 1:24|
Yes, but "criança" (a person to be created or raised) is any child,
from 0 up to about 11 years old. It is not a term restricted to
On 8/22/06, Edgard Bikelis <bikelis@...> wrote:
> Portuguese 'criança', from 'criar', to raise, from Latin creo, creare,
> creaui, creatum. The old spelling is 'creança', as the verb, 'crear'.
> From the vulgar Latin 'creantia', or from the present participle
> 'crea:ns, creantis'. It reminds me suckling, and a word Tolkien used on
> LoTR, but I dont remember it now :/. 'Ris(e/i?)ling' ; ).