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Raymond A. Brown wrote:
> Maybe the occurrence of similar compounds with similar range of meanings in
> Russian, English & Classical Latin has less to do with common Indo-European
> background as with a common human background?

Perhaps.  If you're looking for a place, then when you "come into" it,
you've found it, or if you're looking for a thing, and you find it, once
again, you'll probably be "over" it.

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