Mema Interretialia

Internet Memes in Latin / Διαδικτυακα Μιμιδια Ρωμαιστι

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hanadoodles:

Table of Latin imperatives for your convenience! Has an example of both a regular and a deponent verb from each conjugation, plus esse and īre. 

*The plural passive future imperatives were coined by interretialia. You can read more here

Hōc ūtitōminī, amīcī!

Optime!

I think Hana should make something like this for participles!

One other thing: The second e in rege is short!

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o-eheu:

interretialia:

o-eheu:


Duo Anni Eheuitatis!


Two Years of Eheu!

O, Eheu! celebrates its second anniversary today! Two years ago to the date, I was so bored in my online Latin class that I decided to… do Latin. So I shamelessly ripped off two pictures from interretialia's Google+ account, posted them to Tumblr, and everything just grew from there.
-Beniaminus

Ecce donum Beniamino!


Gratias, Diaphane! Do you have one for Rachel as well?
Also, I never knew how boring my name would be in Greek. It’s indeclinable!
-Beniaminus



Libenter, ὦ Βενιαμίν!
I found a source that has the presumably declinable form Βενιαμῖνος. This form implies that the second i is long in Greek.
Rachel is Ῥαχήλ, which is also indeclinable. I don’t think the name is usually declined as ἡ Ῥαχήλη, τῆς Ῥαχήλης. But I can still do a paradigm with Ῥαχήλ.

o-eheu:

interretialia:

o-eheu:

Duo Anni Eheuitatis!

Two Years of Eheu!

O, Eheu! celebrates its second anniversary today! Two years ago to the date, I was so bored in my online Latin class that I decided to… do Latin. So I shamelessly ripped off two pictures from interretialia's Google+ account, posted them to Tumblr, and everything just grew from there.

-Beniaminus

Ecce donum Beniamino!

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Gratias, Diaphane! Do you have one for Rachel as well?

Also, I never knew how boring my name would be in Greek. It’s indeclinable!

-Beniaminus

Libenter, ὦ Βενιαμίν!

I found a source that has the presumably declinable form Βενιαμῖνος. This form implies that the second i is long in Greek.

Rachel is Ῥαχήλ, which is also indeclinable. I don’t think the name is usually declined as ἡ Ῥαχήλη, τῆς Ῥαχήλης. But I can still do a paradigm with Ῥαχήλ.

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Formatio Verborum Latinorum / Formation of Latin Words

Ψιττακόσαυρος -ου / Psittacosaurus -i m. “Psittacosaurus”
  [ψιττακός “parrot” + σαῦρος “lizard”]
  [ψιττακο- + σαυρο-] stems
  [ψιττακο- + σαυρο-] with Connecting Vowel ο
  [Ψιττακοσαυρο-] new stem
  [Ψιττακόσαυρος] nominative singular
  [Psittacosaurus] Ψιττακόσαυρος Latinized

(Fons Imaginis.)

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Lanāre/ō/āvī/ātum - To Lana
    [Lana + -are] 1st-conjugation ending]
    [Lana- + -a-] stems
    [Lan- + -a-a disappears before a
    [Lana-] new stem
    [Lanare] present infinitive 

Quoque:

Lanascere - To become Lana 

Lanitāre - To keep on Lana-ing 

Lanēssere - To Lana eagerly 

Lanillāre - To Lana somewhat 

Lanaturīre - To want to be Lana 

Lananitās, Lananitātis - Lana-ness 

Lanānus/a/um - Pertaining to Lana 

Optime!

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Nova Derivitiva Verba Latina

interretialia:

o-eheu:

interretialia:

hanadoodles:

Hanāre/ō/āvī/ātum - To Hana
    [Hana + -are] 1st-conjugation ending]
    [Hana- + -a-] stems
    [Han- + -a-a disappears before a
    [Hana-] new stem
    [Hanare] present infinitive 

Quoque:

Hanascere - To become Hana 

Hanitāre - To keep on Hana-ing 

Hanēssere - To Hana eagerly 

Hanillāre - To Hana somewhat 

Hanaturīre - To want to be Hana 

Hananitās, Hananitātis - Hana-ness 

Hanānus/a/um - Pertaining to Hana 

There is also the Greek-derived -izare, “-ize/-ise.”

Hanizare (Greek Ἁνίζειν) - To Hana-ize/-ise

Also, I believe it would be hanitās, not hananitās.

-Beniaminus

Hanitas comes directly from Hana. Hananus is the immediate etymon of Hananitas.

Donum Hanae quoque!

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o-eheu:


Duo Anni Eheuitatis!


Two Years of Eheu!

O, Eheu! celebrates its second anniversary today! Two years ago to the date, I was so bored in my online Latin class that I decided to… do Latin. So I shamelessly ripped off two pictures from interretialia's Google+ account, posted them to Tumblr, and everything just grew from there.
-Beniaminus

Ecce donum Beniamino!

o-eheu:

Duo Anni Eheuitatis!

Two Years of Eheu!

O, Eheu! celebrates its second anniversary today! Two years ago to the date, I was so bored in my online Latin class that I decided to… do Latin. So I shamelessly ripped off two pictures from interretialia's Google+ account, posted them to Tumblr, and everything just grew from there.

-Beniaminus

Ecce donum Beniamino!

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Nova Derivitiva Verba Latina

o-eheu:

interretialia:

hanadoodles:

Hanāre/ō/āvī/ātum - To Hana
    [Hana + -are] 1st-conjugation ending]
    [Hana- + -a-] stems
    [Han- + -a-a disappears before a
    [Hana-] new stem
    [Hanare] present infinitive 

Quoque:

Hanascere - To become Hana 

Hanitāre - To keep on Hana-ing 

Hanēssere - To Hana eagerly 

Hanillāre - To Hana somewhat 

Hanaturīre - To want to be Hana 

Hananitās, Hananitātis - Hana-ness 

Hanānus/a/um - Pertaining to Hana 

There is also the Greek-derived -izare, “-ize/-ise.”

Hanizare (Greek Ἁνίζειν) - To Hana-ize/-ise

Also, I believe it would be hanitās, not hananitās.

-Beniaminus

Hanitas comes directly from Hana. Hananus is the immediate etymon of Hananitas.

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