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Autor:  pat
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Data:  13/MAI/2006 2:02 PM
Assunto:  "Fastly"
Mensagem:      Yes, according to Skeat's English Etymology they are exactly cognate, along with SW  and Ic. 'fast' and G. 'fest'. There is also the modern english usage of 'fast' to mean abstinence from food, from the AS. verb 'faestan', cognate with Du. 'vasten' and G. 'fasten'.

Of course, then there is "vast" and "vastly" in english, which have quite different meanings, from  F. 'vaste'  via L. 'uastus'. Therefore we would expect to find a verb in Portuguese of similar morphology and meaning.

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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
"Fastly"  –  Fran  12/MAI/2006, 1:38 AM
"Fastly"  –  Márcio Osório  12/MAI/2006, 9:06 AM
"Fastly"  –  Tom  12/MAI/2006, 9:08 AM
"Fastly"  –  pat  12/MAI/2006, 9:02 PM
"Fastly"  –  Johannes  13/MAI/2006, 11:04 AM
 "Fastly"  –  pat  13/MAI/2006, 2:02 PM
"Fastly"  –  Johannes  13/MAI/2006, 2:14 PM
"Fastly"  –  Dale/RS  12/MAI/2006, 11:45 AM

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