and \n(d), (')an(d), usu <\e>n(d) after t, d, s or z, often <\e>m after
p or b, sometimes <\e> after k or g\ conj (bef. 12c)
 [ME, fr. OE; akin to OHG unti and]
    1 -- used as a function word to indicate connection or addition esp.
    of items within the same class or type; used to join sentence elements
    of the same grammatical rank or function
    2 -- used as a function word to express logical modification, consequence,
    antithesis, or supplementary explanation
    3 obs :IF
    4 -- used in logic to form a conjunction -- and how \'and-'ha\
    -- used to emphasize the preceding idea -- and so forth
    1 :and others or more of the same or similar kind
    2: further in the same or similar manner
    3: and the rest
    4: and other things -- and so on \n-'s-,n, -,n\: and
    so forth

AND \'and\ n (1949)
    :a logical operator equivalent to the sentential connective and