ok so i cant really help you out (at least not at the moment) with the seemingly math like equation. but, i can help you out with the words.
so as you already know what 'et al e tu' means, i can help you with the dixtt part.
in some french speaking countries there is a term which more than likely isnt in most dictionaries. this term has been passed down through multiple
generations and is used as a verb and a noun (as far as i know) the term is usually un-translate-able but not always. but i digress.
this term 'dixtt' is used in describing what is called the 'evil eye'. this term is used in many french speaking countries, but the notion of an
evil eye is known of in many many many countries world wide. including but not limited to: greece, italy, persia, africa, etc.
for instance you may be familiar with the italian/sicilian term 'maloik/a'(sp?).
many times these words for this evil eye phenomenon are not listed in dictionaries and are commonly passed through oral history.
so this leads me to ask you a couple questions.
1.did this gentleman have blue eyes? having both of my 'rents born and raised in the sw area in sicily i am familiar with this anomaly as it has been
passed down for countless generations. it is often associated with someone of blue eyes. so in defense many people carry a blue colored stone or piece
of glass or artifact in their pocket or on their possesion in order to block someone from passing the maloik(sp?).
2.did this gentleman compliment you at all? according to this tradtion this is a very important thing if not the most important. the evil eye is
passed onto someone by another person by complimenting. it is believed that this act of complimenting on the outside while cursing/spite(ing) within
is the way it is passed.
3. as we know you said that he dissed you so to speak. if it was the evil eye that is a good sign because dissing is said to be a way to oust this
phenomena. for example a grandmother is walking with her granchild and a person comes along and over elates how beautiful the grandchild is, well the
grandmother sensing the hollow compliment quickly disagrees saying that no her grandchild is not that beautiful.
now there are many other associations with this but the 3 previously listed are generally the most important.
as i stated most of this is unwritten oral history that is passed down trough generations. so this dixtt, as stated, is used in some french speaking
places as a word for the evil eye. however what this mans intentions were/weren't i have no idea.
In Goa, we also believe that "dixtt" (evil eye) can create havoc.
goa is a nation located on the eastern coast of india
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