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Q: Give the original language from which the word razor was derived?
A: The principle is often expressed in Latin as the lex parsimoniae (translating to the law of parsimony, law of economy or law of succinctness).
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User: Give the original language from which the word razor was derived?

Weegy: The principle is often expressed in Latin as the lex parsimoniae (translating to the law of parsimony, law of economy or law of succinctness).
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User: Hemi- and semi- are cognate forms?

Weegy: historically hyper is cognate with super, hemi- is cognate with semi- in the ... The word cognate actually contains a form of the root
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