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the word "recte" #general


katie <ak2727@...>
 

Dear Genners:

from the several responses I had re: meaning of the word "recte", it is
Latin for, 'properly', 'correct', 'right way', 'right', 'actual', 'truly',
'justly', and 'in accordance with the laws imposed by the Austro-Hungarian
Empire, the parents (in my case) of my grandfather, were not married in a
civil marriage, but probably married in a ritual marriage'.

Thank you,
Katie
ak2727@...


David Rothman <drothman1@...>
 

I believe the term "false" was used for situations
where there was only a religious marriage.
I am guessing that "recte" therefore means that there
was a civil marriage.

On Thu, 08 Aug 2002 20:00:02 GMT "katie" <ak2727@...> writes:
Dear Genners:
from the several responses I had re: meaning of the word "recte", it
is
Latin for, 'properly', 'correct', 'right way', 'right', 'actual',
'truly',
'justly', and 'in accordance with the laws imposed by the
Austro-Hungarian
Empire, the parents (in my case) of my grandfather, were not married
in a
civil marriage, but probably married in a ritual marriage'.

Thank you,
Katie
ak2727@...
mailto:ak2727@...
David Rothman
Hawthorne, CA 90250-8042