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quotey thinga mabobber - So it is practically impossible for Reilly's use of 'aorist' to be wrong  :)

> as long
> as you explain what it is supposed to mean :)

Yes, indeed - in fact, for such a 'Humpty-Dumpty' word as 'aorist' an 
explanation is a requirement.

aorist in my lang = action that is occuring, started prior to the present and does not give any 
indication of ending