[quote author=William Annis link=board=2;threadid=664;start=0#6264 date=1063934833]<br /> <br />(Is 'white-armed' a complimentary sort of adjective?)<br />
<br /><br />Of course. It means Hera is an upper-class goddess who stays in the home running things and isn't outside laboring under the sun like all those nasty commoners.<br /><br /> <br />Now-a-days people go through great pain to get a sun tan while 200 years ago it was a sign of wealth to not have a sun tan. I was considering if this is what was meant here too, but I thought; nah, couldn't be, it'll have to be something more...more... profound, especialy considering she is a goddess and not human. <br /><br /><br />
<br />My question is, why is [face=SPIonic]fresi\n[/face] Plural? <br />
<br /><br />The diaphram was thought of as a double organ, like lungs. In fact, according to Cunliffe the word occurs more often in the plural.<br /><br />[/quote]<br />Thank you.