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necnĕ , adv. neque-ne,
I.or not, is used in the second half of a disjunctive interrogation, corresponding to -ne or utrum, and also without a corresp interrog, particle in the first half (usually in indirect interrogations, and without repeating the verb).
I. In indirect interrogations.
II. In a direct interrogation (rare): “sunt haec tua verba necne?Cic. Tusc. 3, 18, 41.
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