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Is "translation" a universal category? This question is examined via some contrastive etymological analysis of words meaning "translation" in a number of languages, mostly non-Indo-European. Different languages seem to give different emphases to three central semantic/semiotic features: difference, similarity, and mediation. Perhaps "translation" is a cluster concept. 1fatcat:nottbttcnfaqddtgbkng65hniu