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Does the "re" in emails have an ancient origin?
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Yes, it does have an ancient origin. See RFC 5332 (3.6.5): When used in a reply, the field body MAY start with the string "Re: " (an abbreviation of the Latin "in re", meaning &...

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Is there a plural of Jesus in Latin?
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The Latin plural of Iesus (m, genitive: Iesū) would technically be Iesūs since it is often considered to belong (also here) to the fourth declension, although it is highly irregular. However, in ...

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