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Terentia Herenilla

 

-- Nephele

 

Can't wait for MPC to click on 'TERENTIA'. ;)

 

Anyway, try this one. It has an initial in it: EBOGUHRGESW (male)

 

:ph34r:

Edited by Gaius Octavius

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Anyway, try this one. It has an initial in it: EBOGUHRGESW (male)

 

:ph34r:

 

George W. Bush?

 

George Walker Bush -wkh +ius

=

Gregorius Belaeus

 

"The heresiarch Donatus wrote to him a most insolent letter, calling him 'the stain of the senate,' 'the disgrace of the prefects,' and similar names..." (regarding Gregorius, from Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology)

 

-- Nephele

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Proof positive that you are a genius! :notworthy: :ph34r:

 

:ph34r:

 

 

:blush: Thanks! But I prefer "Internet Performance Artiste". :lol:

 

-- Nephele

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Hi, Loke. Male or female?

 

-- Nephele

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Loke, are you a bloke? Or female? Since you didn't say, I did Roman names for both genders.

 

Either way, you have a spotty family history...

 

daMltie imreadznrA -izr +cus

=

C. Dalmatius Merenda

 

daMltie imreadznrA -dz +at

=

Dalmatia Tremerina

 

Tremerina: Feminine name derived from "Tremerus", the island to which Augustus Caesar banished his granddaughter, Julia, as punishment for her adultery and other vices.

 

-- Nephele

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Hi, my name is Zabalovici Anton Cosmin (don't feel like scrambeling at the moment) and I'm a bloke (in case it was not obvious enough).

Hmmm ... I have a roman name and is not hidden...right there in the middle...

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Kosmo, you hail from the notable Vinicius family, which gave birth to consuls. Your cognomen is probably derived from the Latin word mola, meaning "millstone", suggesting a humbler ancestry of millers.

 

Zabalovici Cosmin -zbo +uus

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A. Vinicius Molacus

 

-- Nephele

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Muhahaha, Nephele Carnalis I may be your toughest one yet! I am Egyptian with an Arabic last name. (Male)

 

Andrew Rezk

Edited by Rameses the Great

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Muhahaha, Nephele Carnalis I may be your toughest one yet! I am Egyptian with an Arabic last name. (Male)

 

Andrew Rezk

 

Yikes! Andrew, do you have a middle name you can give me?

 

-- Nephele

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One thing I had meant to ask out resident blanagamist ... why did you choose "carnal(is)" as an appelation? Does it genuflect certain personal predilections?

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Rameses, you hail from the family of Granius, whose early member's wit forever associated this name with same:

 

Andrew Nagy Rezk -rewyz +iusus

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K. Granius Audens

 

"His wit and caustic humor rendered him famous among his contemporaries, and have transmitted his name to posterity." (from Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology)

 

Your cognomen, "Audens", means "bold; daring" in Latin.

 

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One thing I had meant to ask out resident blanagamist ... why did you choose "carnal(is)" as an appelation? Does it genuflect certain personal predilections?

 

I find "Carnal" to be an amusing surname for an atheist such as myself: "The carnal mind is enmity against god: for it is not subject to the law of god..." (Romans 8:7).

 

Although my carnal predilections don't generally invoke biblical passages. :huh:

 

-- Nephele

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