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Hello,

Can anyone help me understand this sentence:

> "there is a source of strength which will always spring up if thou wilt always look ther"

From Marcus Aurelius Antoninus quote "Look well into thyself; there is a source of strength which will always spring up if thou wilt always look there."
 
11:25 AM
@Hairi In a human's soul there is some inner idea or inner thought that will give you strength. If you will always think about this thought, if you will keep it in your mind, it will "spring up" = it will arise to help you, to give you energy.
 
 
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blorp
Jan 12 at 2:12, by Mitch
Nov 11 '18 at 23:12, by Mitch
Blorp
 
 
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Noun: blorp (plural blorps)
  1. A sound suggesting a splash of or into a volume of semiliquid material.
Verb: blorp (third-person singular simple present blorps, present participle blorping, simple past and past participle blorped)
  1. To move or be deposited with a blorp.
 
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@Mitch Production of alcohol?
 
5:03 PM
@CowperKettle some kind of distillation? It's the sound that it makes that sounds like 'blorp'.
> There is a fine line between numerator & denominator, but only a fraction of the people think that’s funny.
 
5:19 PM
@CowperKettle Thanks, makes sense :)
 
 
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TIL the French article le can mean the, but can also mean a
 
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Word of the day: ulegyria, said to be formed from ule meaning "scar" in Latin, but I found no entry for Latin "ule" in Wiktionary.
 
7:47 PM
1) presence or absence in Wiktionary is not a reliable indicator of existence.
2) that is not a familiar Latin combining form to me 'cicatrix' is the usual Latin for scar but there may well be other words related to it in Latin
3) -ule- is a common -suffix- for making diminutives.
4) @Cerberus should have a good feel for whether 'ule-' has some Latin provenance by some spelling or sound changes (it sounds more Greek to me)
Wikipedia has the statement "He also named the disorder, basing it off the Latin root ule, meaning scar." but the full article where this history is given is behind a paywall.
 
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