<AD It's from the German word "Hypothek" which refers to the German equivalent of a mortgage on a piece of land.So it does sound better to German ears>In Spanish mortgage is hipoteca much like the German. I wonder if it comes from the same root as hypothetical. As in hypothetically speaking this loan might get paid back. ;-)Miro
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