Reverse research: define, then dig up. Or, coinage?

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Reverse research: define, then dig up. Or, coinage?

Post by Heartborne » Fri Apr 28, 2006 8:15 pm

Hello.
I've no idea if I'm asking any of the right people, but does anyone here have the skills/time to do any research to find if there exists a word in Latin, Greek, English or any other language that means "one whom is considered with care and humility" or "one whom is unasumedly considered with care"
or just "one whom is considered with care". This word would be a title like "friend" or "roomate" etc.
Or if such a word does not, to anyones knowledge, exist, does anyone have the skills to help me coin one, perhaps from the classic languages?
Lastly, if none of the above applies, does anyone have any suggestions as to whom I could seek out or what discipline/science I could explore to secure some help in this matter?
Any time and/or consideration given these queries is greatly appreciated. -Heartborne
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Reverse research: define, then dig up. Or, coinage?

Post by gdwdwrkr » Sun Apr 30, 2006 12:23 am

considraplicant
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Post by gdwdwrkr » Sun Apr 30, 2006 11:41 am

Heartborne, I add this thought if you consider coining an opposite:
Employers: Avoid hiring unlucky people by tossing half the résumés in the trash.
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Reverse research: define, then dig up. Or, coinage?

Post by Bobinwales » Sun Apr 30, 2006 12:06 pm

Loved one.
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Signature: All those years gone to waist!
Bob in Wales

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