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This Month’s Featured Bridge:
Nescio Bridge in Amsterdam Photograph by Dr. C. Tischer, 2007
What is the origin and meaning of the word "Nescio"?
a. Latin for "I don't know"
b. Dutch for "Y chromosome"
c. Greek for "Flying V"
d. German for "Fish tail"
This bridge, located in Amsterdam, is named after Jan Hendrik Grönloh, a famous Dutch author that used Nescio, Latin for “I don’t know” as his pseudonym. Known for his shorter works including The Sponger, Young Titans, and Little Poet, Grönloh was recognized as an acclaimed author only after his death in 1961.