Mema Interretialia

Internet Memes in Latin / Διαδικτυακα Μιμιδια Ρωμαιστι

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Formatio Verborum Latinorum / Formation of Latin Words

Πανοπλόσαυρος -ου / Panoplosaurus -i m. “Panoplosaurus”
  [πάνοπλος “full-armed” + σαῦρος “lizard”]
  [πανοπλο- + σαυρο-] stems
  [πανοπλο- + σαυρο-] with Connecting Vowel ο
  [Πανοπλοσαυρο-] new stem
  [Πανοπλόσαυρος] nominative singular
  [Panoplosaurus] Πανοπλόσαυρος Latinized

(Fons Imaginis.)

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Formatio Verborum Latinorum / Formation of Latin Words

lythronax-argestes-the-gore-king:

palaeoverse:

interretialia:

Βαρυνυξ -υχος / Baryonyx -ychis m. “Baryonyx”
  [βαρύς “heavy”+ ὄνυξ “claw”]
  [βαρυ- + ὀνυχ-] stems
  [Βαρυονυχ-] new stem
  [Βαρυόνυξ] nominative singular
  [Baryonyx] Βαρυόνυξ Latinized

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(Fons Imaginis.)

Speaking of Spinosaurs…

Baryonyx walkeri, William Walker’s heavy claw.

2352 is a pronic number.

Walker -i m. “Walker”
  [Walker “Walker” + Latinizing ending -us implied]
  [Walker + -o-] stems
  [Walkero-] new stem
  [Walker] nominative singular
  [Walkeri] genitive singular: “of William Walker”

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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



Papae! Macte virtute esto!
I think that “ripped off” is a bit too much!

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

Papae! Macte virtute esto!

I think that “ripped off” is a bit too much!

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Nova Derivativa Verba Latina / New Latin Derivatives

τὸ σμικροσκόπιον -ου / smicroscopium -ii n. “smicroscope”
  [σμικρός “small” + σκοπεῖν “to look” + -ιον noun suffix]
  [σμικρο- + σκοπε- + -ιο-] stems
  [σμικρο- + σκοπε- + -ιο-] with Connecting Vowel ο
  [σμικροσκοπε- + -ιο-] new stem and stem
  [σμικροσκοπ- + -ιο-] ε disappears before ι
  [σμικροσκοπιο-] new stem
  [σμικροσκόπιον] nominative singular
  [smicroscopium] σμικροσκόπιον Latinized

(Fons Imaginis.)

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spoopystationmanagement asked: I just saw your Cambridge Latin PP and I'm so happy...I've tried to explain my feelings about it to my friends and kick off a fandom, but nobody understands. Everyone in my Latin class shipped Poppea and Grumio, and we had this weird crack theory that Quintus and Varica were really in love and not cousins (IDK?) Stuff gets real fast in the third book, too!

lana-loves-lingua-latina:

isn’t varica the slave tho? haha

but yeah, thanks, i’ll be making a new one when i finish the third book

Papae!

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Formatio Verborum Latinorum et Usus Stirpis Longae ac Stirpis Brevis / Formation of Latin Words and the Use of the Long Stem and the Short Stem

homo -minis m. “human being”

  • Long (Proper) Stem: homin-
  • Short Stem: homo-

Hominidae -arum m. “Hominidae”
  [homo “human being” + -ides patronymic suffix]
  [homin- + -ida-] long (proper) stem of homo and stem
  [Hominida-] new stem
  [Hominides] nominative singular
  [Hominidae] nominative plural

homicida -ae m. “man-killer”
  [homo “human being” + -cida “-killer”]
  [homo- + -cida-] short stem of homo and stem
  [homi- + -cida-] o becomes Connecting Vowel i
  [homicida-] new stem
  [homicida] nominative singular

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