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anybody any good with latin?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by vinyl junkie, Jan 23, 2004.

  1. vinyl junkie

    vinyl junkie 12oz Elite Member

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    anybody any good with latin?

    Discussion started by vinyl junkie - Jan 23, 2004

    i'm trying to figure out the right spelling for something... i think it's "spirata miseri" and it's sposed to mean "the miserable are hopeful"...

    any help would be much appreciated...
     
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  2. Kr430n5_666

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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Jan 23, 2004

    m: frigging newb
    d: dude i neca said it wasnt offensve
    d: now i cant even type that good
    m: Im crying
    d: wtf if ure prob
    d: ill hax u
    d: ull get pwned
     
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    EyeforAnEYE - Replied Jan 23, 2004

    it sounds awesoke but i only know Morti viventi in latin. sorry.
     
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    BUCK FUSH - Replied Jan 23, 2004

    you dont have a verb in there homey
     
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    BUCK FUSH - Replied Jan 23, 2004

    throw a "sunt" in that bitch and you should be strait...i think...
     
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    Ronnie Dobbs - Replied Jan 23, 2004

    uckfay onay udeday
     
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    HAL - Replied Jan 24, 2004

    My latin is a bit rusty, but I think spirata miseri is somewhat broken. breathe the spirit of misery....something like that. Spirata can be used as a verb in certain cases, but I can't remember what they are.

    Miseri speratae should be correct. That means the miserable are hopeful. The grammar might be off, I'm not sure if I used the correct gender, but I'm fairly confident that's how you put it.
     
  8. vinyl junkie

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    vinyl junkie - Replied Jan 24, 2004

    hal, you rock shit...
     
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