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--- In [log in to unmask], Ray Brown <ray.brown@F...> wrote:
On Saturday, October 16, 2004, at 04:25 , Steven Williams wrote:

> Did the Latin clitic -que (as in 'mare terraque', 'the
> sea and the earth') survive into any modern Romance
> languages?

This clitic has survived in two words, although without meaning
simply "and": sesqui- & ubiquity.  The question had to do with the
Romance languages, but I know that Spanish, French & Italian all use
cognates of "ubiquity."

Charlie