|From:||Robert B Wilson <han_solo55@...>|
|Date:||Monday, December 16, 2002, 22:04|
On Mon, 16 Dec 2002 14:26:46 -0500 John Cowan <jcowan@...>
> As for "eotemporal", context would help, but it sounds to me like a
> portmanteau word for "in eo tempore", which would mean "in this
> as contrasted with "in illo tempore", which means "in that time, in
> mythological time, in the dream time". So something is eotemporal
> it is part of ordinary secular time.
when i first saw the word "eotemporal", the meaning that popped into my
head was "in/of horse-time" :)))
Yessessë Eru ontanë Menel ar Cemen.
Yessessë ëa Quetta ar Quetta né as Eru ar Eru né Quetta.