Lipton’s Journal/February 22, 1955/693

From Project Mailer

V contain the opposed meanings of vicious and valuable. Which is why it appears in sex-connotative words like. . . vex. V and H are related as consonants. P and F too. Maybe I can work up two clans of consonants. Anyway, let’s investigate the root ex. It is in chex (checks) dex (decks) flecks, hex, mex, pecks, prex as in prexy, rex, snex (Yiddish snecks) apecks, tex, und zex.