The trope defined is basically "Fake Latin used to sound smart, funny, etc" with the general idea being that what is used is incorrect or otherwise just not actually real Latin. The examples have been creeping into territory of "It's not real Latin because the Romans would not have said that." Looks like it needs a rewrite or a deep cleaning. Maybe both.
Can I get an example? It's a big page after all and I want to see what your concern is.
Don't just tell us the facts; tell us the memes, tell us the archetypes, tell us the catchy ideas and symbolic roles that get planted in pe
PiffyWell, for one, there seems to be a lot of stuff about mixing Greek and Latin, which I think is probably a similar but slightly different trope.
Because underscores break everything: Working link to my Troper page
And we have that as Ancient Grome, sort of.
Dragon WriterEgad, what a horrible, horrible portmanteau.
edited 27th Aug '11 8:11:21 AM by Stratadrake
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