--- Tristan skrzypszy:

> But if you already have the Latin source in your db, how is it much more
> work?

Because they are in my database, but in a way that is convenient for me, not
necessarily in a way that is presentable to others.

> (I'm sure no-one would complain of a few holes---it's not like its
> anything more than a hobby :) .)

True. But on the other hand, how many people actually watch these pages? My
hobby is creating languages, not websites. I would make the effort if there
were really a lot of people interested in those etymologies - but I think their
number is so small that I can as well send them the whole file, if they really
would like.

> I would say that that would be one of the most interesting parts of it,
> myself :)

True too. Hmm, I'll consider ;)


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