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Re: Re[2]: Audi's: feminine or masculine?

Right you are, now you why I had a hard time with English in school and then
Greek  in seminary.

I stand corrected. 


At 08:10 PM 6/18/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Well Sean, if you take it out of the phisolphical realm and into the 
>of language, what is the gender of the root word in Latin? Masculine,
>feminine, or neuter? My guess is feminine. Latin root is 'audire' 
>"to hear". Any latin scholars out there?
>As I recall, latin verbs do not have gender, only case.
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