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The term "surjection", "surjective" seems to be a French-influenced term. In Hungary, mathematicians use also another name for the same concept: "szuperjekció", "szuperjektív" (< superiectio -nis f, superiectivus 3). (See [http://www.google.com/search?q=szuperjekt%C3%ADv+f%C3%BCggv%C3%A9ny&oq=szuperjekt%C3%ADv+f%C3%BCggv%C3%A9ny Google search] or the lead test of [[hu:Szürjekció|the corresponding Hungarian article]]). It seems to be a good base for my proposed Latin term: "superiectio", and it seems to be etymologicaly and mathemathically correct.
 
:Indeed, 'sur-' is the French for Latin 'super-'. We don't need to go as far as Hungarian, even Spanish has 'sobreyectiva'. —[[Usor:Mycēs|Mucius Tever]] ([[Disputatio Usoris:Mycēs|disputatio]]) 17:24, 6 Ianuarii 2013 (UTC)
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