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After I corrected the first meaning (to be horizontal), the translations may need to change. —This unsigned comment was added by (talk) at 02:48, 31 August 2004.


What is the consideration on liar to mean "one who is horizontal"? —This unsigned comment was added by (talk) at 21:59, 31 January 2006.

To lay and to lie[edit]

See Talk:lay

Etymology 2 and Etymology 3[edit]

These seem like the same etymology to me. That is the meanings are so closely related that it is unlikely that the evolved separately.