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Grow Growth


~ GROW    id+ RAISE  REAR  DEVELOP  MATURE  CULTIVATE
              FOSTER               see> BLOOM  BLOUSE
          also TO MATURE
~ GROWTH  id+ CONSTELLATION tightly joining
              GREEN  GRASS  GRAZE
  also a once popular British song
  " GREEN GROWS THE GRASS "  suggested to Latin ears
    GRIN  GO  and gave rise in Latin American to
  slur> GRINGO to denote an English speaking foreigner
  virtually now a synonym of YANK  or YANKEE
  the root ideas in GREEN GRASS GROW include
  indeur  KRESKO =  TO GROW
  lat     CRESCO    TO GROW  ADVANCE  PROMOTE
  sp      CRECER    as in AUGMENT or
  old eng GRENE     GREEN
  old ger GRUEJEN   GROW
  ger     GRUN      GREEN
          GRUND     GROUND
          GRAS      GRASS
          GRASEN    GRAZE
  ukr     TRAVA     GRASS
         STRAVA     FOOD
         ZELENE     GREEN
  lith   ZALIAS     GREEN
         ZOLE       GRASS
  biol> med> GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
             IN HUMANS  THE PERIOD FROM CONCEPTION
  UNTIL THE END OF PUBERTY
  implies INCREASE IN SIZE and DIFFERENTIATION
  myth> THE PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF INFANTS GROWHT
        DEVELOPMENT AND HEALTH WAS UNDER THE PROTECTION
  OF THE BROTHERS  PICUMNUS AND PILUMNUS
  WHO ARE PURE ROMAN DEITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE
  OUTCOMES OF ACTIVITIES ON THE   MARITAL COUCH
  see> links re COUCH in  HAREM EUNUCH
  sug> eng PILLOW  is perhaps from PILUMNUS and
       PICO PICUMUS                 SMALL as in
       PICO a prefix used to denote SMALL
  sug> PICCOLO


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