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23rd Apr '17 10:09:11 AM nombretomado
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* In the background of ''SwordOfTheStars'', Latin has become one of humanity's main languages.

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* In the background of ''SwordOfTheStars'', ''VideoGame/SwordOfTheStars'', Latin has become one of humanity's main languages.
18th Apr '17 7:19:48 PM nombretomado
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* StupidMarioBrothers used this lightly since [[BigBad Nox Decious's]] introduction.

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* StupidMarioBrothers ''WebVideo/StupidMarioBrothers'' used this lightly since [[BigBad Nox Decious's]] introduction.
13th Apr '17 5:51:44 PM nombretomado
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* In TheSlenderManMythos, there is the side-story of [[http://quiaegosicdico.blogspot.com/ A Lack of Lexicon]]. Now, just look at that URL.

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* In TheSlenderManMythos, Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos, there is the side-story of [[http://quiaegosicdico.blogspot.com/ A Lack of Lexicon]]. Now, just look at that URL.
25th Mar '17 6:17:40 PM nombretomado
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* In ''DeptHeavenApocrypha'', the school and its four colleges have Latin names, and Nessiah's spellcasting tends to be in Latin and Greek.

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* In ''DeptHeavenApocrypha'', ''Roleplay/DeptHeavenApocrypha'', the school and its four colleges have Latin names, and Nessiah's spellcasting tends to be in Latin and Greek.
3rd Mar '17 12:18:31 PM Xtifr
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* Quite a few titles trace their roots back to Latin used by the Romans and continue to see use to this day, such as "Senator" (comes from senex - old man and referred to members of the Senātus, or the Senate as we'd say in English), "Pastor" (now a title for a type of Christian clergyman, it's Latin for "[[GoodShepherd Shepherd]]"), "Doctor" (comes from docere (to teach) and [[ADogNamedDog means the same in Latin.]]), and of course the numerous variations on "Caesar", in reference to Creator/GaiusJuliusCaesar, referring to the head of an empire (The [[UsefulNotes/ImperialGermany German]] title of "Kaiser" comes as close as anyone does to [[ItsPronouncedTropay pronouncing Caesar's name correctly]].)[[note]]While Roman Emperors did also use "Caesar" as a title, the ''primary'' imperial title was "Augustus", following the example of [[UsefulNotes/{{Augustus}} Julius Caesar's adopted son and the original Roman Emperor]]. During periods of co-emperors, "Augustus" was the title of the senior emperor, and "Caesar" the junior emperor. But in medieval and early modern Europe, the title "Augustus" was reserved for the Holy Roman Emperor, since they claimed to be the modern successors of the Roman Empire and were supported in that claim by the Catholic Church.[[/note]]

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* Quite a few titles trace their roots back to Latin used by the Romans and continue to see use to this day, such as "Senator" (comes from senex - old man and referred to members of the Senātus, or the Senate as we'd say in English), "Pastor" (now a title for a type of Christian clergyman, it's Latin for "[[GoodShepherd Shepherd]]"), "Doctor" (comes from docere (to teach) and [[ADogNamedDog means the same in Latin.]]), and of course the numerous variations on "Caesar", in reference to Creator/GaiusJuliusCaesar, UsefulNotes/JuliusCaesar, referring to the head of an empire (The [[UsefulNotes/ImperialGermany German]] title of "Kaiser" comes as close as anyone does to [[ItsPronouncedTropay pronouncing Caesar's name correctly]].)[[note]]While Roman Emperors did also use "Caesar" as a title, the ''primary'' imperial title was "Augustus", following the example of [[UsefulNotes/{{Augustus}} Julius Caesar's adopted son and the original Roman Emperor]]. During periods of co-emperors, "Augustus" was the title of the senior emperor, and "Caesar" the junior emperor. But in medieval and early modern Europe, the title "Augustus" was reserved for the Holy Roman Emperor, since they claimed to be the modern successors of the Roman Empire and were supported in that claim by the Catholic Church.[[/note]]
19th Jan '17 4:29:59 PM Specialist290
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'''Player Character:''' I didn't say you did something, but "excusatio non petita, accusatio manifesta."[[labelnote:Lat]]Roughly meaning that an unsolicited excuse amounts to a confession of guilt.[[/labelnote]]

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'''Player Character:''' I didn't say you did something, but "excusatio non petita, accusatio manifesta."[[labelnote:Lat]]Roughly meaning that [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial an unsolicited excuse excuse]] amounts to a confession of guilt.[[/labelnote]]
16th Jan '17 5:49:56 PM NewMexico
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* The Roman Catholic Mass was only in Latin from 1570 until 1969 and was all Latin from the Prayers at the Foot of the Altar (the "Introibo ad Altare Dei") to the Last Gospel (John 1:1-14; "In principio erat verbum, et Verbum apud Deum"). The Mass is now in the vernacular, although sometimes they will throw an "Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi" at you. Anglicans too, in some of the Oxford Movement-led parishes, had Latin services à la the Romans.
15th Jan '17 5:10:20 AM DrFraud
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* In ''King Lucas'' the title monarch's wife left him. After the king claims he didn't do anything, the player character says he didn't ask why she left, but "excusatio non petita, accusatio manifesta."[[labelnote:Lat]]Roughly meaning that an unsolicited excuse amounts to a confession of guilt.[[/labelnote]]

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* In ''King Lucas'' the title monarch's wife left him. After the king claims he him.
-->'''King Lucas:''' I did nothing.\\
'''Player Character:''' I
didn't do anything, the player character says he didn't ask why she left, say you did something, but "excusatio non petita, accusatio manifesta."[[labelnote:Lat]]Roughly meaning that an unsolicited excuse amounts to a confession of guilt.[[/labelnote]]
11th Jan '17 3:25:47 PM DrFraud
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5605590/1/Another-Country Another Country]]'' a dark curse results in Harry speaking only in Latin.

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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5605590/1/Another-Country Another Country]]'' a dark curse results in Harry speaking only in Latin.


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* In ''King Lucas'' the title monarch's wife left him. After the king claims he didn't do anything, the player character says he didn't ask why she left, but "excusatio non petita, accusatio manifesta."[[labelnote:Lat]]Roughly meaning that an unsolicited excuse amounts to a confession of guilt.[[/labelnote]]
1st Jan '17 4:51:43 AM SolidSonicTH
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'', God, just, ''Final Fantasy XV''. If there was ever an example of using Latin just for Latin's sake, this game provides it (it even manages to provide some AerithAndBob moments thanks to characters named "Cindy" or "Dave" in the first chapter alone against the backdrop of the Latin names).

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'', God, just, ''Final Fantasy XV''. If there was ever an example of using Latin just for Latin's sake, this game provides it (it even manages to provide some AerithAndBob moments thanks to characters named "Cindy" or "Dave" in the first chapter alone contrasted against the backdrop of the fancy Latin names).
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