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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by kanejam » Mon 07 Oct 2013, 08:59

Tempusne est prō resuscitāvisse filium hunc?
Is it time to revive this thread?
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Egerius » Mon 07 Oct 2013, 09:57

kanejam wrote:Tempusne est prō resuscitāvisse filium hunc?
Is it time to revive this thread?
Qui dicebat quia Latina mortua est?
Who said Latin is dead?
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Lambuzhao » Fri 18 Apr 2014, 06:00

Haec nuntia in lingua latina sunt!

http://ephemeris.alcuinus.net/

:!:
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Lao Kou » Fri 18 Apr 2014, 08:39

ODM! Hoc amo! Gratias tibi ago, Dewdicule!
道可道,非常道
名可名,非常名
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Lambuzhao » Fri 18 Apr 2014, 19:11

Lao Kou wrote:
ODM! Hoc amo! Gratias tibi ago, Dewdicule!

DMA1, scio :!:

Nihil debes, in Altissimo Laucucie!
[:D]





1 - dii me ament ≈ OMG
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Lambuzhao » Sun 18 May 2014, 23:23

Quaenam caterva tam italica tam vero germanica (?!):
what a rowdy bunch, so Italic and yet so germanic:

Bibi - bibere
Cecĭdi - cadere
Cecīdi – cædere
Cecini - canere
Cucurri - currere
Dedi - dare
Didici – discere
Fefelli - fallere
Momordi – mordere (OL memordi)
Peperci - parcere
Peperi - parire
Pepigi - pangere
Pepuli – pellere
Poposci – poscere (OL peposci)
Pupugi - pungere
† scicidi - scindere
Spopondi - spondere
Steti - stare
Tetegi - tangere
Tetendi – tendere
† tetini - tenere
† tetuli = tuli
Totondi – tondere
Tutudi - tundere

Memini - deponent

q.v. -
Ferdinand Christian Baur, A Philological Introduction to Greek and Latin for Students, 124.

Leonard Robert Palmer, The Latin Language , 272.

Siquis linguam imaginariam italo-germanicam faciat

Oportet reduplicatio maior uti et frui!
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by atman » Mon 19 May 2014, 01:08

Lambuzhao wrote: Oportet reduplicatio maior uti et frui!
VIDELICET! I think reduplicated perfects should be made mandatory. [:)] They are so Indo-European... [tick]

And more seriously these perfects are one of the last traces of widely productive reduplication patterns in Not-Yet-Late and Late PIE; on the other hand the reduplicated nouns were usually made unrecognizable by the various sound changes in the daughter languages.

How could I forego mentioning the FHEFHAKED "he made" on the (recently declared authentic) Praeneste fibula? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Praeneste_fibula

FHEFHAKED will of course lose reduplication and evolve into classic :lat: FECIT, but this is one of those times when Very Old Latin still looks scarily like Late PIE...

And of course I myself use and abuse reduplicated perfects in :con: Atlántiqa...
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Lambuzhao » Mon 19 May 2014, 21:51

atman wrote:
Lambuzhao wrote: Oportet reduplicatio maior uti et frui!
VIDELICET! I think reduplicated perfects should be made mandatory. [:)] They are so Indo-European... [tick]

And more seriously these perfects are one of the last traces of widely productive reduplication patterns in Not-Yet-Late and Late PIE; on the other hand the reduplicated nouns were usually made unrecognizable by the various sound changes in the daughter languages.

How could I forego mentioning the FHEFHAKED "he made" on the (recently declared authentic) Praeneste fibula? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Praeneste_fibula

SO they declared it authentic? I always get the Manios med fhefhaked and the DVENOS inscriptions' authenticities confused. Well, now both are in the clear. I have one thing to say:


FHEFHAKED!
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Lambuzhao » Mon 19 May 2014, 21:54

Lambuzhao wrote:Quaenam caterva tam italica tam vero germanica (?!):
what a rowdy bunch, so Italic and yet so germanic:
By this I mean Germanic Strong Verbs Class VII - now in spicy Italic style!

But of course, it's no hybrid; it's all PIE!
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Serena » Wed 10 Sep 2014, 12:18

Saluete omnes! Mihi tempus est ad scholam revertendi, qua re veni pro suaviter exercere meam cognitionem linguae latinae.
Hi everyone! It's time for me to get back at school, so I came here to revise in depth my knowledge of the latin language.

Per prolixum temporem hic confabulatio permanserat sine verbo.
This conversation has been left without a word for a long time.

Quasi potest diceri lingua latina mortua esse, RMG.
You could almost say that latin is a dead language, LOL.
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Lambuzhao » Thu 11 Sep 2014, 01:19

Salue, Serena!
Greetings, Serena!

Illud tempus revertit.
That time has returned

Opera quorum scriptorum leges?
which authors' works will you read?
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Serena » Thu 11 Sep 2014, 10:17

Lambuzhao wrote: Opera quorum scriptorum leges?
which authors' works will you read?
Anno praecedente legi opera Catullique Ciceronis,
Last year I read Catullo's and Cicerone's works.

anno venturo totum augusteum periodum me discere putatum est,
This year I'm supposed to study all the Augustean period,

sed saepe programmationes tardius incedunt.
but usually the programmes get covered more slowly.

Legebo magno gaudio Virgilii opera.
I am looking forward to read Virgil.
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Lambuzhao » Tue 16 Sep 2014, 18:14

Serena wrote: Legebo Legam magno gaudio Virgilii opera.
I am looking forward to read Virgil.
Macte virtute!
W00t!
Spoiler:
Conferre liber IX versum DCLXI ex Virgilii Æneide-
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Jarhead » Mon 29 Sep 2014, 23:13

Gaius florentissima haec disputatio videre sum, longis tempore non obstantibus.
L1: :ita:
Fluent (on a good day): :eng:
Written: :lat:
Beginner: :esp:
Working on: :con: ~ Eil
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Lambuzhao » Tue 30 Sep 2014, 20:20

ad Jarhead:

Florentissima itaque haec disputatio videtur. [:D]

Et, quis est Gaius? Esne tu Gaius? [:)]
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Jarhead » Tue 07 Oct 2014, 11:13

Ad Lambuzhao:
Manifeste "gaius" non significat id quo ego putabam. Praeter nomine Gaius, ego putabam "gaius" significare "gavisus, laetus" sed non est sic, et solus nunc didici. Mea culpa, quod non satis meo lexico (dictionary?) utor. [:P]
L1: :ita:
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Egerius » Tue 07 Oct 2014, 19:53

Possumus dicere "dictionarium", quod est parabola medioęvis.
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Lambuzhao » Thu 09 Oct 2014, 10:33

Lexicon vero malo. :roll:
but I prefer lexicon
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by Trailsend » Sat 11 Oct 2014, 16:54

Nunc apud "Languages practice thread" scripsi "Fieri potest ut opportit tibi rogare," sed nescio num verbum melium quam "rogare" extit. Quid putastis?

(Rectene dixi "verbum melium"? Non sonat recte, sed nescio cur.)
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Re: Lingua Latina

Post by DesEsseintes » Sat 11 Oct 2014, 17:04

verbum melius?
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