Tag Archives: Latin

Linguistic love affairs

Like many kids who grew up in Ontario, I was required to study French until my first year of high school. I spent most of those classes bored, and dropped them as soon as they became optional. And as of … Continue reading

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Hey, wait…

My blog title would actually make more sense if it were Res Studii et Ludi. That somehow has escaped my notice for almost two years. There goes my vaunted skill with Latin. I suppose by this point tradition allows for … Continue reading

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Blogging from A to Z Challenge day 18: R is for Res Studiorum et Ludorum

“Res studiorum et ludorum” means, roughly, “things of study and diversion.” Alternatively, one other translation could be, “things of zeal and sport”. But I think the former fits the spirit of the blog a bit more. But resstudiorumetludorum is a … Continue reading

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Blogging From A to Z Challenge day 17: Q is for Quick Post

This post will be a quick post because I am rather tired and have some Greek nouns to decline before the day is done. Why am I declining Greek nouns? I’m taking a course in Biblical Greek, and for the … Continue reading

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Blogging from A to Z Challenge day 12: L is for Latin

Hoc blogum nominem Latinam habet. Plurem nuntium in Latina haberet. Sed cum hoc non bene sum. Haec iocatio est: Quid Equus verba viro dixit? Nihil. Equus est. Ridete, ridete! (more info on the A to Z Challenge)

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