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Discussion of "jimca"
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Comment #1: Would it include the hand?
Curtis W Franks (Sun Jun 29 04:15:59 2014)

If jimca can refer to appendages/limbs, then I would imagine that it is
more general (even when being applied to humans) than birka and (resp.)
tuple in that those two only can refer to the part of the body between
the shoulder (resp. pelvis) and the wrist (resp. ankle) whereas this term
would be for anything from the shoulder/pelvis down (further along). Would
you agree?

Comment #2: Re: Would it include the hand?
gleki (Sun Jun 29 05:44:50 2014)

krtisfranks wrote:
> If jimca can refer to appendages/limbs, then I would imagine that it
is
> more general (even when being applied to humans) than birka and
(resp.)
> tuple in that those two only can refer to the part of the body between
> the shoulder (resp. pelvis) and the wrist (resp. ankle) whereas this
term
> would be for anything from the shoulder/pelvis down (further along).
Would
> you agree?

it even includes plants

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