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iohytmtrneubuailamilw

 

this is a very cool idea!

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nselanbthchiteemwan

 

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Ashlon, you are a member of the Allia gens, a gens that produced a Quaestor who served as an officer under Sextus Pompey in Sicily during his possession of the island from the end of 43 BCE to the autumn of 36 BCE.

 

Your cognomen is "Mento," indicating that a physical peculiarity of your ancestors was a long chin.

 

Your praenomen is "Titus," customarily abbreviated as "T." Your full Roman name is:

 

T. Allius Mento

= iloynehtmlta -hy +us

 

Welcome to UNRV!

 

-- Nephele

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Bruno, you are a member of the Munatia gens, a plebeian gens which was obscure prior to the second century BCE. Nevetheless, the Republican era Munatii produced a number of magistrates, including a consul in 42 BCE.

 

Your cognomen of "Bellus" indicates that you are a handsome specimen of a Roman male.

 

Your agnomen of "Maior" indicates that you are the elder of two cousins bearing the same name.

 

Your praenomen is "Tiberius," customarily abbreviated as "Ti." Your full Roman name is:

 

Ti. Munatius Bellus Maior

= iohytmtrneubuailamilw -hwy +ius

 

Welcome to UNRV!

 

-- Nephele

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lost legion23, you are a member of the Aemilia gens, a patrician gens of great antiquity and renown.

 

Your cognomen of "Benenatus" (meaning "well born") was given to your by your peers in recognition of your heritage and breeding.

 

Your praenomen is "Gnaeus," customarily abbreviated as "Cn." Your full Roman name is:

 

Cn. Aemilius Benenatus

= nselanbthchiteemwan - hhtw +iuus

 

Welcome to UNRV!

 

-- Nephele

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Bruno, you are a member of the Munatia gens, a plebeian gens which was obscure prior to the second century BCE. Nevetheless, the Republican era Munatii produced a number of magistrates, including a consul in 42 BCE.

 

Your cognomen of "Bellus" indicates that you are a handsome specimen of a Roman male.

 

Your agnomen of "Maior" indicates that you are the elder of two cousins bearing the same name.

 

Your praenomen is "Tiberius," customarily abbreviated as "Ti." Your full Roman name is:

 

Ti. Munatius Bellus Maior

= iohytmtrneubuailamilw -hwy +ius

 

Welcome to UNRV!

 

-- Nephele

 

Well there goes my ego - "Bellus" - bwahahah.

 

This is cool. I need to learn some more Latin.

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hey I got a couple of friends who want to find out their roman name the first one is

 

 

 

eekihttsaclontln

male

 

 

the second is

tvajliusn

male (he doesn't have a middle name, does it matter?)

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lost legion23, here are your friends:

 

Friend #1 is a member of the Centenia gens, which also gave birth to that brave but ill-fated military commander Marcus Centenius Penula, whose army was defeated by Hannibal at the Battle of Silarus in 212 BCE. Your friend's cognomen is "Tallio," meaning "retaliation." His praenomen is "Titus," customarily abbreviated as "T." His full Roman name is:

 

T. Centenius Tallio

= eekihttsaclontln -hk +iu

 

Friend #2 is a member of the Vatinia gens, which also gave birth to that shady magistrate of the last days of the Republic -- Publius Vatinius -- who was described by Cicero as being one of the greatest villains that ever lived. Your friend doesn't have a cognomen (not all Roman citizens did), and your friend's praenomen is "Lucius," customarily abbreviated as "L." His full Roman name is:

 

L. Vatinius

= tvajliusn -j +i

 

-- Nephele

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Thanks, but the son of my second friend most of got his evilness from his mother. He's the most cheerful guy you could ever know.

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Thanks, but the son of my second friend most of got his evilness from his mother. He's the most cheerful guy you could ever know.

 

In that case, here's another name choice for your not-so-evil friend:

 

V. Latinius

= tvajliusn -i +j

 

"V." is an abbreviation for the praenomen "Vibius."

 

-- Nephele

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imperium_galactica, you are a member of the Annaei, a gens that gave birth to influential philosophers such as Lucius Annaeus Seneca (tutor and advisor to Emperor Nero) and Lucius Annaeus Cornutus (teacher and friend of the Roman poet Persius).

 

Your cognomen is "Matho," a Roman cognomen of foreign (Greek) origin, meaning "learning; study."

 

Your praenomen is "Tiberius," customarily abbreviated as "Ti." Your full Roman name is:

 

Ti. Annaeus Matho

= mmwhnaoanthtea -hwm +ius

 

Welcome to UNRV!

 

-- Nephele

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Gaius Valerius, you are a member of the Eggii, a gens which produced three Consuls during Rome's 2nd century period of the Empire.

 

Your cognomen is "Nero," derived from a Sabine word meaning "strength; fortitude" and signifying nobility.

 

Your praenomen is "Servius," customarily abbreviated as "Ser." Your full Roman name is:

 

Ser. Eggius Nero

= nroeeowrggeoe -ewoo +iuss

 

Welcome to UNRV!

 

-- Nephele

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