Cyborg wrote:It is indeed interesting that the Greeks and Romans perhaps did not find anything interesting
Annis, have you ever come across any Greek authors mentioning that something is interesting?
Did they ever use hedys or terpnos for "interesting"?
Cyborg wrote:Annis, the nature of the type of interesting that I needed was the kind that arouses attention only.
Cyborg wrote:hey ThomasGR, would you mind explaining to me how you went from diaforos to endiaferon? thats interesting because modern greek does use endiaferon for interesting. also, iÂ´d love if you could explain how endiaferon does not carry the "difference" connotation that diaforos has.
(does "different" come from "diaforos"? hmm...)
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