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Latin question: What does datum mean for receiver?

 
 
awood
 
Reply Tue 3 Jan, 2017 03:09 pm
Would like to know more regarding the origin of the term data itself. Apparently it comes from the 18/19th century latin word Datum (data being its plural form) which literally translates into "something given". This led me to a general question:

- What would be the equivalent from the receiver's point of view in
Latin? That is to say, "something received" or even the recipient
themselves?
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George
 
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Reply Tue 3 Jan, 2017 07:09 pm
@awood,
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