Word: et cetera



conjunction incorporating listed items plus similar items: X Y C = x and y etc :: raS quS C = ~furniture (tables, chairs, and similar things). Can be reversed to link sentences/clauses like other conjunction pairs ('ej/je etc.)

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  1. For a list of nouns, at least, there's a fairly established convention of using latlh je. No such thing for linking sentences though.

    1. Though latlh je doesn't encode the notion that these things "go together" or "belong to the same category".

        1. True for nouns, not for verbs/clauses/sentences. I admit I am intrigued by the novelty of introducing exotic conjunctions at this time.

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