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Re: [xmca] concepts

concept |ˈkänˌsept|

ORIGIN mid 16th cent. (in the sense [thought, frame of mind, imagination] ): from Latin conceptum ‘something conceived,’ from concept- ‘conceived,’ from concipere (see conceive ).

conceive |kənˈsēv|

ORIGIN Middle English : from Old French concevoir, from Latin concipere, from com- ‘together’ + capere ‘take.’

On Apr 11, 2011, at 5:07 PM, mike cole wrote:

> A con-cept. With-cept? I have no conception!
> mike

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