[NTG-context] Why does ConTeXt try to load Latin Modern?

luigi.scarso luigi.scarso at logosrl.it
Fri Jul 8 09:24:03 CEST 2005


Hans Hagen wrote:

>
> ah, so 'crepi' is not related to creperen which in dutch means that 
> he's going down (into the gutter, etc)

hmm,
""In Dutch, "creperen" means to
=>DIE<=
a slow, agonizing death (or something along that line :))...""

In italian,
'crepi' is 3th singular person from verb 'crepare':
'crepare': to die, to pop off, to kick the bucket | to burst| to crack 
(like 'the wall has cracked')
 From latin crepare.

It seem that they share the same origin. -)

luigi



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