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S'an Kavano skaradayan:

> Jörg Rhiemeier scripsit:
>
> > The same way as in English: by using antique forms.  For example,
> > "magick" would be translated into German as "Zauberey" (a spelling
> > common in the 18th century; the modern spelling is "Zauberei").
>
> Historically, of course "magick" was /m&dZIk/, as is "magic", but
> people who write "magick" today often say /meidZIk/ as an unhistorical
> but useful way of making the difference, and perhaps also to emphasize
> the etymological connection with "mage" /meidZ/.

Hmm, over here people who write "magick" tend to say /m&dZIk/, when they
want to differentiate it from "magic" they say /'m&dZIk wID @ keI/.


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Ka yokonáu iti báyan: "cas'alyá abhiyo".

Ka tso iti mantabayan: "yama zaláyá
alánekayam la s'alika, cas'alika; ka yama
yavarryekayan arannáam la vácika, labekayam
vácika, ka ali cas'alyeko vanotira."
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Dan Jones