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Profanity phrases(adults)

I hope not to offend anybody, but I am interested in how to translate the phrase "born to f***" into one, or as many of the ancient greek dialects suggested(Epic, Ionic, Aeolic, Doric, Attic, Koine). I appreciate any of the help this board has to offer. Thankyou! :D
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concerning Herodotus

I am currently reading herodotus book 1 and 2.

thought this link to be interesting for any one else doing the same.


this one as well.

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Neo-Roman Legion VI

I was doing a little browsing and found this site.


I am much impressed with it, perhaps even some of TEXTKIT members are allied with groups such as these.
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JEFF could you bring back the alpha button

JEFF could you bring back the alpha button?

I picked up this old thread and It would be nice to have it back again

http://www.textkit.com/greek-latin-foru ... .php?t=344

or was it not as useful as anticipated?
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Latin Prophecy: Grammar Check

I've written a fictional, Smallville-themed prophecy in Latin. I was wondering if anyone could check my grammar and make sure it's sound.

Aetâte quâ aedificia caela attingent, veniet fîlius ultimus generis morientis. Dê caelô cadet infâns quî vir fiet cum potestâtibus maioribus quam illîs cuiusquam hûmânî terrae. Fortitûdinem centum hominum habêbit. Nec lâmina nec flamma cutem suam trânsfiget. Gravitâs nôn hunc in humô tenêbit. Cum celeritâte missilis dê arcû sagittariî movêbit. Ex oculîs ...
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beginner advice...please!

Hi all! My name is Steph, I am from the Great State of Texas!! I am also an AGGIE....WHOOP!! hehe (yes i know, i know, what a great combination hehehe) I'm very new to this forum, as well as to my adventures in learning to speak latin! Although I am very excited about learning a new language (especially LATIN!!) I am also a wee bit lost as to how I should go about learning....so if ...
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Short translation needs fine tuning

Hi there,

I would appreciate anyone's help with a short translation. It's for an open source project. I don't know much Latin, but what I think I want is:

populus expeto formalis

If I have that right, it's close to "the community demands standards". Can anyone comment, or correct tense or what-have-you that might be off?

Thanks in advance!
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Book on civilisation

evening lads,

i am off up to cam. soon for my interview and have a gaping wide hole bigger than benissimus' cunnus post stephanos quam puellus lignum ipsuc nefandum impulit. said gaping hole is where my knowledge of ancient society should be.
it is not my fault for i have no latin class. i was wondering if any of you know of a good book which would give me a basic overview of the ancient ...
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Out of curiosity.... Is there any documentation with examples concerning swearing in the various dialects of greek?
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