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Headword: *dato/n
Adler number: delta,90
Translated headword: date
Vetting Status: high
Among Romans [it is] the designation of the day and the time when someone is sent off either from the city or from some place.[1]
Mark you,[2] perhaps this is what even now is said habitually, "what is your date [of birth]?" But some [say] zakanon ["custom"].[3]
Greek Original:
*dato/n: para\ *(rwmai/ois shmasi/a th=s h(me/ras kai\ tou= kairou=, o(/te tis h)\ e)k po/lews h)\ e)/k tinos to/pou a)postalh=|. shmei/wsai, mh/ pote tou=to/ e)stin, o(\ kai\ nu=n sunh/qws le/getai, ti/ dato\n e)/xeis; oi( de\ za/kanon.
The headword is the Hellenized form of the Latin datum.
[1] Adler reports an identical gloss in the unpublished Lexicon Romanum codicis Barocciani 50.
[2] Here begins a marginal gloss from a single manuscript (I).
[3] A word Slavic in origin, adopted in Byzantine Greek, which had variable meanings similar to the Greek nomos.
Keywords: chronology; daily life; definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; geography
Translated by: Jennifer Benedict on 20 July 2002@13:18:05.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (modified translation; added note and keyword) on 4 September 2002@05:37:35.
Catharine Roth (cosmetics) on 30 November 2008@20:00:47.
David Whitehead on 15 June 2012@11:45:25.
Catharine Roth (added a note) on 18 June 2014@22:20:28.
David Whitehead on 7 October 2015@03:23:12.


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