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> Date: Sat, 28 Jan 2012 00:16:14 -0500
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> Subject: Re: Happy New Year
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> That can be tricky. 和,跟,与 can all be used to mean "and" -- varying only in
> register. Of course, the first two have other meanings.

與 has the meaning of "give", which also emerges in Japanese 与える 
 
Really, George, 簡體? ;) Man up, it's going to be a 龍 year.
 
And stevo, does "intent(ion)" work as a better gloss for 意, as opposed to "idea"?
 
Kou