AOM-001: acrossEdit

  • Pages 34, 37
  • The A gives us 'in, with' followed by DEU, which form the root of the word 'angle.' The final NE translates as holy. The holy angle and 'with' or 'in' it is the Cross and so with the hyphen to say literally in-holy angle; as a movement, the movement can be described as: across.
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