The "SUB" in Doxa ?

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    The "SUB" in Doxa ?

    Okay guy's, I have a question. The SUB in Doxa stands for what?

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    Re: The "SUB" in Doxa ?

    Submarine? That's my guess!! They operate like one too!
    Thanks Nick

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    Re: The "SUB" in Doxa ?

    Submersible.....?
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    Re: The "SUB" in Doxa ?

    Quote Originally Posted by THOR View Post
    Submersible.....?
    Thats what I thought but wasn't sure.

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    Re: The "SUB" in Doxa ?

    From Wikipedia.
    "Sub- is a prefix derived from Latin, meaning "under", "below", or "less than".

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    Re: The "SUB" in Doxa ?

    Sub mersible

    Sub aqua

    Sub (dare I say it!) mariner

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    Re: The "SUB" in Doxa ?

    Found it - doc Pete's book - pg. 53

    sub mariner
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