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Transliteration of Greek and Latin to English

Transliterate<br />trans- + Latin littera letter<br />To represent or spell in the characters of another alphabet<br /><br />A great (printer friendly) resource for understanding transliteration of Latin and Greek names.<br /><br />Use this resource to better understand the English spelling of Greek and Latin names AND to transliterate your own words into English.<br /><br />http://herkos.artsfac.csuohio.edu/homyth/translit.html<br /><br /><br />
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Soggipussicus

Two nights ago I found a drenched cat sheltering beside my garage. I've decided to call him soggipussicus. This has the advantage that if I find out that he is a she, I can call her soggipussica!<br /> ;D<br />Phil
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Jeff

Are we back to that old setting where we can't see the column headers again?
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Support Textkit... Yet Again

ok, first off - thanks to everyone who has given me so much valuable feedback!!<br /><br />I have digested everyone's suggestions and there's now a brand new "Support Textkit" page that really does some nice things. On the support page you'll see our list of recommended Greek and Latin titles. What's new is when you click on the link (which does take a few seconds to load - sorry) you'll see a new and much ...
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Latin Wallpaper

Does anyone use an aethetic Latin wallpaper as their desktop background picture? Are there any sites with such downloads?
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always online?

hello!<br /><br />There seems to be a problem with my user or profile. in the online list, it shows that i'm online even though i'm not. i probably opened a new internet explorer or something and logged in again and it got confused :(. can a moderator kick out "Ptahhotep", or will that kick me out forever? ??? I hope this doesnt cause too much hasle.<br />thanks
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Modern words in ancient grammar.

Looking from time to time at the agora board, I'm curious about what you people think about mixing modern words in the ancient greek construct.<br />To say, if you want to say "I like beer", there seems to be no dedicated word for 'beer' except the words set meaning "the (thing) out of barley" or just 'wine'. Since there's a modern word for it "beera(mpura)", it would be more natural to use it. but it ...
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To Mingshey

I've just seen the news about the typhoon in Korea. I hope you and yours are all safe and well.
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New book postings

Jeff, you used to have a page showing what books you were working on for future downloading - I know you put some information in a posting in the Open Board some time ago (but I can't find it), could you give us a link back to that posting or renew the information? I always liked to have something to look forward to!
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Latin Tongue-twisters

Tongue-twisters in many languages, including Latin, but not Greek: http://www.uebersetzung.at/twister/index.htm
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