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The particle immo, nay, is used to contradict some part of a preceding statement or question, or its form; in the latter case, the same statement is often repeated in a stronger form, so that immo becomes nearly equivalent to yes (nay but, nay rather): -

a. Minus, less (especially with si, if, quo, in order that), and minime, least, often have a negative force: -