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-----Original Message-----
>From: Bruce R. Gilson <[log in to unmask]>
>What do you really mean to be the difference between these
three forms,
>"viser," "vistar," and "videar"?
>                                Bruce R. Gilson
***Exactly what I said...
...that since there are already natural forms that
have different connotations but revolve around seeing, we could
have different forms for the shades of meaning such as...
 
visione gives rise to viser = see
vista gives rise to vistar =  view
and...
video gives rise to videar = watch.
 
Since,
Jay B.