n'a ni égards ni respect pour


Senior Member
English - USA
Does this mean that the wind that knocks over the mortar DOES also knock over the pestle, or DOESN'T knock over the pestle.

That "n'a ni egards ni respect pour" has me confused. If it has no respect for the pestle, does it knock it over as well, or does it ignore it?

  • auerbacs

    Senior Member
    English - USA
    and if it has neither regards nor respect for something, does that mean it knocks it over, or not?

    I guess it's not a language issue so much as general confusion.
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