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Mōnstrō and mōnstrum - how exactly are they related?

I think the origins make more sense if you don't restrict the meaning. If you check Lewis and Short, you'll see that monstro means: to show, point out, to indicate, intimate, inform, advise, teach, ...
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Mōnstrō and mōnstrum - how exactly are they related?

A number of dictionaries suggest that in Classical Latin, the register of the verb mōnstrō was not as neutral as the translation "to point out" would suggest: it seems to not be used in ...
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