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21st Jun '17 3:54:15 AM AmorLatinae
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21st Jun '17 3:53:54 AM AmorLatinae
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21st Jun '17 3:52:55 AM AmorLatinae
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20th Jun '17 1:54:32 PM zypzaex
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** "Timidus" is a real Latin word though, meaning [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what it looks like.]]
18th Jun '17 10:42:52 AM nombretomado
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** Larson also got another honor, but not in a species' name. See the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thagomizer Thagomizer]] on ThatOtherWiki.

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** Larson also got another honor, but not in a species' name. See the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thagomizer Thagomizer]] on ThatOtherWiki.Wiki/ThatOtherWiki.
18th Jun '17 10:42:45 AM nombretomado
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** 19th-century British chemist Humphry Davy settled first on "alumium," then on "aluminum," for the element he was trying to isolate. TheOtherWiki quotes the ''Quarterly Review'' as being the first to insist on calling in aluminium, "in preference to aluminum, [[RuleOfCool which has a less classical sound]]." But "aluminum" had already taken off in some circles, and today it keeps us SeparatedByACommonLanguage. The spelling "aluminium" was made standard by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (which is the international body about, well, chemistry) in exchange for accepting the American spelling "sulfur" as opposed to the British "sulphur."
** On TheOtherWiki, the argument over whether "aluminum" or "aluminium" is correct has spawned more hate-filled diatribes and edit wars than even the George W. Bush page. Word has it that even bringing it up in any online conversation anywhere will cause secret cabals of incensed editors to use reverse DNS methods to find out where you live, hunt you down and[[InterruptingMeme 3w587fuN^NO&*IULYBvilu£%b6viaby5i+++NO CARRIER+++]]

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** 19th-century British chemist Humphry Davy settled first on "alumium," then on "aluminum," for the element he was trying to isolate. TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki quotes the ''Quarterly Review'' as being the first to insist on calling in aluminium, "in preference to aluminum, [[RuleOfCool which has a less classical sound]]." But "aluminum" had already taken off in some circles, and today it keeps us SeparatedByACommonLanguage. The spelling "aluminium" was made standard by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (which is the international body about, well, chemistry) in exchange for accepting the American spelling "sulfur" as opposed to the British "sulphur."
** On TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, the argument over whether "aluminum" or "aluminium" is correct has spawned more hate-filled diatribes and edit wars than even the George W. Bush page. Word has it that even bringing it up in any online conversation anywhere will cause secret cabals of incensed editors to use reverse DNS methods to find out where you live, hunt you down and[[InterruptingMeme 3w587fuN^NO&*IULYBvilu£%b6viaby5i+++NO CARRIER+++]]
16th Jun '17 10:56:42 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheLazerCollection'' features ''[[BreathWeapon Shoopus ma woopus]]''.

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* ''TheLazerCollection'' ''WebAnimation/TheLazerCollection'' features ''[[BreathWeapon Shoopus ma woopus]]''.
14th Jun '17 9:30:58 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheWorstWitch'' was using this to make spells sound cool [[OlderThanTheyThink before Harry Potter was a gleam in J.K.'s eye]]. The show lampshades it every now and then as one episode had Charlie pronouncing a word wrong and it turned Ethel into a duck. Another had Enid try to come up with a spell to get them food, "send us some snacks and make it hasty" and bales of hay fell down on them. It's worth noting that in the original books the actual spell words were not given.
* In the series finale of ''SportsNight'', the station is purchased by a company called Quo Vadimus.

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* ''TheWorstWitch'' ''Series/TheWorstWitch'' was using this to make spells sound cool [[OlderThanTheyThink before Harry Potter was a gleam in J.K.'s eye]]. The show lampshades it every now and then as one episode had Charlie pronouncing a word wrong and it turned Ethel into a duck. Another had Enid try to come up with a spell to get them food, "send us some snacks and make it hasty" and bales of hay fell down on them. It's worth noting that in the original books the actual spell words were not given.
* In the series finale of ''SportsNight'', ''Series/SportsNight'', the station is purchased by a company called Quo Vadimus.
5th Jun '17 2:37:33 AM Connacht
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* ''VideoGame/MythTheFallenLords'': the species of the trows has individuals bear names in pseudolatin. Besides, their ancient fallen city in level 22 has this writing on a wall as an easter egg: OSCULARIS TUI MATRIS CUM OS ISTE, "You kiss your mother with that mouth". Actual latin would have been "oscularis matrem tuam ore isto".
28th May '17 6:48:21 PM wolftickets1969
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* The {{industrial}} band Black Rain has "Endourban", whose name is a compound of the Greek prefix ''endo'' and the Latin adjective ''urbanum''.

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* The {{industrial}} band Black Rain has "Endourban", whose name is a compound of the Greek prefix ''endo'' and the Latin adjective ''urbanum''. The proper Latin-derived word would be "intraurban", which doesn't have the same ring.
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