My apologies...Yes, etymology!
On 04/08/2009, at 4:18 AM, David Stifter wrote:
> On Mo, 3.08.2009, 18:37, Peter Weeda wrote:
>> A few years ago I was having a discussion with Paul Russell about the
>> preposition imm- as I was and still am studying the immrama. I had
>> speculated that the journey appears to be an inner journey (ie.
>> journey of the soul) as opposed to the outer journey of the echtrai
>> (related to Lat. extra). He said that he had long thought the
>> preposition imm- was linked to inne. I was wondering if anyone had
>> any thoughts on this?
> I am not sure I fully understand the general thrust of your
> question. Does
> it refer to the etymology of those two terms? If so, the answer is
> the two words are not connected.
> Something completely different: I have been unable to access eDIL
> all day long. Has anybody else suffered the same problem?