In a certain code language, 'put tir fin' means 'delicious juicy fruit';
'tie dip sig' means 'beautiful white lily' and
'sig lon fin' means 'lily and fruit'.
Which of the following stands for 'and' in the language ?
In the first and third statements, the common code word is 'fin' and the common word is 'fruit'.
So, 'fin ' stands for 'fruit'.
In the second and third statements, the common code word is 'sig' and the common word is 'lily'.
So, 'sig' stands for 'lily'.
Thus, in the third statement, 'lon' means 'and'.