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Nac­er and Re­nais­sance

Nac­er comes from the Latin for the same, nascere: “to be born.”

From the Latin nascere, with an added pre­fix of re- mean­ing “again”, we get the Re­nais­sance — lit­er­al­ly, “the re­birth”!

Thus, Nac­er and Re­nais­sance are close cousins, and we can see that the n‑c of nac­er maps to the ®-n‑s of re­nais­sance.


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