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Discussion directly from viddy[edit]

not correct in context. vidi in Latin and videt in Russian have the same Indoeuropean[sic] root.

the film and novel both make extensive use of a form of English with numerous additions from Russian, not Latin. examples include the droogies(friends), viddy(to see), golova(head), malchick(boy), horosho (good), and so on. —This comment was unsigned.

Yes, I’m also pretty sure the etymology should be Russian видеть vídet’, "to see". --Lundgren8 (t · c) 09:06, 20 January 2013 (UTC)

RFC discussion: August 2010[edit]

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Includes bits of commentary suited to talk page. Equinox 15:54, 1 August 2010 (UTC)