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docoflove1974, you have a connection to Arthurian legend (as well as an especially lovely name), as you are the descendant of Ambrosius Aurelianus...

 

Ambrosiana

(hamahnoras -hh +bi)

 

Works for me! Muchas gracias (or whatever the Welsh version would be), Nepilla!

 

Most pertinent-The Nectar of the Gods!

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docoflove1974, you have a connection to Arthurian legend (as well as an especially lovely name), as you are the descendant of Ambrosius Aurelianus...

 

Ambrosiana

(hamahnoras -hh +bi)

 

Works for me! Muchas gracias (or whatever the Welsh version would be), Nepilla!

 

Most pertinent-The Nectar of the Gods!

My Lord: :notworthy:

 

My extensive investigation of this particular case, leads me to the unalterable conclusion that Nettle of the Gods is more apt. That is if one is not being woolly headed about the subject. -_-

 

:lol:

:)

Edited by Gaius Octavius

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docoflove1974, your scramble is a bit long to work with. Could we try it without your middle name included?

 

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The Augusta, obviously you are named for the festival of...

 

Augustalia

(ligakoesst -ekos +aauu)

 

-- Nepilla

 

Why, thank you, Nepilla - I will try to be worthy of my name! :)

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My Lord: :notworthy:

 

My extensive investigation of this particular case, leads me to the unalterable conclusion that Nettle of the Gods is more apt. That is if one is not being woolly headed about the subject. -_-

 

Sticks and stones...and all that jazz.

 

Ursus...I couldn't agree more! And not nearly as common as my names!

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Hi Nepilla,

 

Try this - SirMarshyMarkViaSwan

 

I'm not sure how you can convert this to a Roman name, given that there is no U. In any case, I would be curious to see what you come up with.

 

Cheers and best wishes,

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Glad y'all liked the names! Thanks for feeding my obsession! :D

 

And... I'm envious of "Ambrosiana". Wish my own name could've been 'grammed into that one.

 

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Julius Ratus, here are your friends...

 

A. Varius Audens

(vddia rnya enka -dkny +usus)

 

Audens: cognomen meaning "bold; daring".

 

T. Laetonius Orosianus

(tnsriat sjeam oslonom -jmm +iuu)

 

Laetonius: nomen meaning "rich; copious; propitious".

Orosianus: adoptive cognomen, derived from a member of the Orosius gens.

(tnsriat sjeam oslonom -jmm +iuu)

 

D. Domitius Alethius

(etwmtha loius dydwo -owwy +iius)

 

Domitius: The emperor Domitian's name was derived from the name of the gens and god called Domitius

Alethius: cognomen derived from the Greek word meaning "truth".

 

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Hi Nepilla,

 

Try this - SirMarshyMarkViaSwan

 

I'm not sure how you can convert this to a Roman name, given that there is no U. In any case, I would be curious to see what you come up with.

 

Cheers and best wishes,

 

Hi, Skarr. No problem with conversion to Roman names, as I'm blanagramming these names (substituting letters). I just need you to shorten that scramble a bit, as it's a bit much to work with. Can you remove one or two middle names? Thanks! :)

 

-- Nepilla

Edited by Nepilla Herena

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Skarr, I was able to 'gram that long scramble of yours after all, to discover your Roman family's military history...

 

Marcus Marius Virianus

(SirMarshyMarkViaSwan -ahkwy +ciuuu)

 

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L. Quintus Sertorius, you have poetic roots in your Roman family tree...

 

Ser. Calpurnius Cantaber

(danenrb apktrci ealrclr -dklr +usus)

 

Cantaber: cognomen indicating your family's connection with a region of north-west Spain, possibily participation in the Cantabrian Wars (29 B.C.E. - 19 B.C.E.)

 

-- Nepilla

Edited by Nepilla Herena

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Skarr, I was able to 'gram that long scramble of yours after all, to discover your Roman family's military history...

 

Marcus Marius Virianus

 

-- Nepilla

 

Excellent, Nepilla. You do have a rare talent.

Edited by Skarr

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You're all welcome. Thank you, Skarr, for the compliment.

 

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Violentilla, you're descended from the gens of the Roman politician who gave his name to the Via Flaminia...

 

Flaminia Sila

(zyajmfloiila -zyjo +nias)

 

Sila: cognomen meaning "snub-nosed".

 

-- Nepilla

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I'm also getting on to this pretty late, Brilliant stuff Nepilla. There have been lot of good names on this, mine will be more difficult, no doubt.... :)

 

 

Male-

 

First name: fdadyd

Middle name: nawio

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DecimusCaesar, you share a gens with a 1st century general, and also with a 2nd century emperor. Did you want me to see what I can get if you include a scramble of your last name, as well? Thanks for the compliment!

 

A. Didius Naso

(fdadyd nawio -fdw +uss)

 

Note to everyone: I'll be doing this for as long as folks here are willing to indulge my 'gramming obsession. So don't worry about being "late" in requesting a name. :)

 

-- Nepilla

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