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Re: another latin question
Poster: "Michael Jeffrey Looney" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Okay, let's bother the latin buffs again....grin. I'm trying to form a"battle cry" of "Vengeance from the sea." My limited knowledge of Romance
Languages tells me that "from the sea" would be "de la mer," but what is
Thanks for any help you can give me.
Wait a moment.
If I remember correctly, though it HAS been a few years since I took Latin, isn't sea "mare"?
Like "Mare Nostrum"="Our Sea" (the Mediterian)
Tristin de Roquelaure ("idiot savant")
Kingdon of Atlantia
Barony of the Windmaster's Hill
Canton of Buckston-on-Eno
"Als thai haf wryten and sayd
Haf I alle in myn Inglis layd,
In symple speechs as I couthe,
That is lightest in manne's mouthe.
Alle for the luf of symple men,
That strange Inglis cannot ken."
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