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* In the movie ''Westernanimation/{{Rio 2}}'', Bia's pop-up book has an anaconda listed as Anacondus Giganticus.

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* In the movie ''Westernanimation/{{Rio 2}}'', ''Westernanimation/Rio2'', Bia's pop-up book has an anaconda listed as Anacondus Giganticus.




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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTheMovie2017'': Capper fools the denizens of Kludgetown by pretending the ponies have a contagious disease, to which he gives the colorful name of "pastelis coloritis".


* ''WesternAnimation/SheepInTheBigCity'' parodies the Roadrunner and Coyote with subtitles showing Sheep as "Sheepious Zipius" and Private Public as "A Latin joke about Private Public".

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* ''WesternAnimation/SheepInTheBigCity'' parodies the Roadrunner and Coyote with subtitles showing Sheep as "Sheepious Zipius" and Private Public as "A Latin joke about Private Public".Public" in the episode "Daddy Shearest".

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* PlayedForLaughs in ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy''. The in-game description of the [[https://gbf.wiki/Gorilla Gorilla]] summon mentions its scientific classification as "Gorilla gorilla phantagrandus".


** In ''Discworld/TheWeeFreeMen'', [[spoiler: the talking toad]] translates the Feegles' PreAsskickingOneLiner[=s=] into Latatian legalese to defend them from spectral lawyers conjured by the Queen of the Elves (entering a plea of ''vis-ne faciem capite repletam'', "would you like a face full of head?" and citing ''potest-ne mater tua suere, amice'', "can your mother sew, pal?")

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** In ''Discworld/TheWeeFreeMen'', [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the talking toad]] translates the Feegles' PreAsskickingOneLiner[=s=] into Latatian legalese to defend them from spectral lawyers conjured by the Queen of the Elves (entering a plea of ''vis-ne faciem capite repletam'', "would you like a face full of head?" and citing ''potest-ne mater tua suere, amice'', "can your mother sew, pal?")pal?[[note]]A traditional Scottish prelude to an act of violence, usually concluded by the words "Then tell her tae stitch that!"[[/note]]")


* Likewise, ''Lactobacillus acidophilus'', another Latin-Greek bastardization. for a bacterium that thrives in sour (acidic) environment. Corrcect name would be ''acidoamicus'' or ''oxyphilus''.

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* Likewise, ''Lactobacillus acidophilus'', another Latin-Greek bastardization. for a bacterium that thrives in sour (acidic) environment. Corrcect The correct name would be ''acidoamicus'' or ''oxyphilus''.


* One Music/BlueOysterCult album is titled "Cultosaurus Erectus".

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* One Music/BlueOysterCult album is titled "Cultosaurus Erectus".''Cultösaurus Erectus''.


** In ''Discworld/SmallGods'', Koomi of Smale's work of heretical theology ''Ego Video Liber Deorum'' is translated in a footnote as ''Gods: A Spotter's Guide'', but the ''[[BilingualBonus real]]'' joke is that a more direct translation would be ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I-Spy_(Michelin) I-Spy]] Book of Gods''/

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** In ''Discworld/SmallGods'', Koomi of Smale's work of heretical theology ''Ego Video Liber Deorum'' is translated in a footnote as ''Gods: A Spotter's Guide'', but the ''[[BilingualBonus real]]'' joke is that a more direct translation would be ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I-Spy_(Michelin) I-Spy]] Book of Gods''/Gods''.

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** In ''Discworld/SmallGods'', Koomi of Smale's work of heretical theology ''Ego Video Liber Deorum'' is translated in a footnote as ''Gods: A Spotter's Guide'', but the ''[[BilingualBonus real]]'' joke is that a more direct translation would be ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I-Spy_(Michelin) I-Spy]] Book of Gods''/


* ''Series/{{Mash}}'' featured this in an episode where Klinger was facing a court-martial for theft. Hawkeye and BJ arrive [[BigDamnHeroes just before the JAG was about to render a guilty verdict]] with new evidence to exonerate Klinger. BJ announced, "Just a bit of habeus corpus, corpus dilectus, [[Music/ColePorter delightful, delicious and de-lovely]].
** In the same episode, Maj. Winchester (who Klinger picked to be his defense attorney), tries to raise an objection of "Unum pilule acetylsalicylicus, tres in diem, post sebum." The JAG prosecutor is flummoxed by the term, having no idea what it means. The Judge does, however, and orders Winchester to translate. Sheepishly, he admits that he was objecting on the grounds of "Aspirin, three times a day." (According to IMDB, even ''that'' was incorrect -- the actual Latin would be, apparently, "Unum pilula acidum acetylsalicylicus, tris in die, post cibum", and literally means "One tablet of aspirin, three times a day, after meals.")

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* ''Series/{{Mash}}'' featured this in an episode where ''Series/{{MASH}}'':
** When
Klinger was is facing a court-martial for theft. Hawkeye and BJ arrive [[BigDamnHeroes just before the JAG was about to render a guilty verdict]] with new evidence to exonerate Klinger. BJ announced, "Just a bit of habeus corpus, corpus dilectus, [[Music/ColePorter delightful, delicious and de-lovely]].
** In the same episode,
theft, he selects Maj. Winchester (who Klinger picked to be his defense attorney), attorney. Winchester tries to raise an objection of "Unum pilule acetylsalicylicus, tres in diem, post sebum." The JAG prosecutor is flummoxed by the term, having no idea what it means. The Judge does, however, and orders Winchester to translate. Sheepishly, he admits that he was objecting on the grounds of "Aspirin, three times a day." (According to IMDB, even ''that'' was incorrect -- the actual Latin would be, apparently, "Unum pilula acidum acetylsalicylicus, tris in die, post cibum", and literally means "One tablet of aspirin, three times a day, after meals.")")
** When Klinger is facing a court-martial for theft, Hawkeye and BJ arrive [[BigDamnHeroes just before the JAG was about to render a guilty verdict]] with new evidence to exonerate Klinger. BJ announced, "Just a bit of habeus corpus, corpus dilectus, [[Music/ColePorter delightful, delicious and de-lovely]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'', resident BoomerangBigot Uncle Ruckus claimed once that he had ''biggus backus tumoritus'', "Or whatever woid that [[SelfDeprecation my tiny negro brain and big black lips]] can't pronounce."


* The NationalHockeyLeague's Columbus Blue Jackets [[http://3.cdn.nhle.com/bluejackets/images/upload/2015/11/15_1114_ARI920.jpg had a game day poster]] against the Arizona Coyotes doing this in a ''WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner''-like manner.

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* The NationalHockeyLeague's UsefulNotes/NationalHockeyLeague's Columbus Blue Jackets [[http://3.cdn.nhle.com/bluejackets/images/upload/2015/11/15_1114_ARI920.jpg had a game day poster]] against the Arizona Coyotes doing this in a ''WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner''-like manner.


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** In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTheMovie2017'', Capper warns his fellow Klugetown residents that the Mane Six are [[YouDontWantToCatchThis infected with the in-universe fictional disease]] "pastellis coloritis."

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** In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTheMovie2017'', Capper warns his fellow Klugetown residents that the Mane Six are [[YouDontWantToCatchThis infected with the in-universe fictional disease]] "pastellis coloritis."coloritis", taking advantage of the ponies' natural vivid colors.

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** In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTheMovie2017'', Capper warns his fellow Klugetown residents that the Mane Six are [[YouDontWantToCatchThis infected with the in-universe fictional disease]] "pastellis coloritis."

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