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El Moral.

SEMIOTTAVA.

Nunca el moral prudente reverdeçe
Hasta que todo el frio sea pasado,[1]
Y tiene nombre que no le mereçe  [M]
Pues neçio (con ser sabio) fuè llamado.[2]

[Marginalia - link to text]Μῶρος.

Notes:

1.  See Pliny, Natural History, 16.25.102: ‘the mulberry is the last of domesticated trees to shoot, and only does so when the frosts are over; for that reason it is called the wisest of trees’.

2.  Reference to a supposed ‘etymology by opposites’: Latin morus ‘mulberry’ was equated with Greek μῶρος ‘fool’, but the tree was considered wise: see note 1.


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El Moral.

SEMIOTTAVA.

Nunca el moral prudente reverdeçe
Hasta que todo el frio sea pasado,[1]
Y tiene nombre que no le mereçe  [M]
Pues neçio (con ser sabio) fuè llamado.[2]

[Marginalia - link to text]Μῶρος.

Notes:

1.  See Pliny, Natural History, 16.25.102: ‘the mulberry is the last of domesticated trees to shoot, and only does so when the frosts are over; for that reason it is called the wisest of trees’.

2.  Reference to a supposed ‘etymology by opposites’: Latin morus ‘mulberry’ was equated with Greek μῶρος ‘fool’, but the tree was considered wise: see note 1.


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