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Gaius Paulinus Maximus, your lovely lady has quite a background in the poetic arts, as indicated by both her nomen and cognomen...

 

Helvia Serrana

ehyrrnslaaafe -fy +iv

 

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Here we goes :lol:

 

Would a grandniece be nice: ohianbsrimaoyhdnla :no2:

 

usdythetzzamano might be easier. :lol: Note the Zama in there.

 

;)

 

P.S. I double dare anyone to put them right! :lol:

 

Gaius Octavius, are both of those scrambles belonging to your grandniece? Have to say that double "z" in the second scramble doesn't really make it any easier. lol

 

-- Nepilla

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Here we goes :lol:

 

Would a grandniece be nice: ohianbsrimaoyhdnla :lol:

 

usdythetzzamano might be easier. :lol: Note the Zama in there.

 

;)

 

P.S. I double dare anyone to put them right! :lol:

 

Gaius Octavius, are both of those scrambles belonging to your grandniece? Have to say that double "z" in the second scramble doesn't really make it any easier. lol

 

-- Nepilla

 

Ooops! Am conducting experiments with alcohol. Mind distracted. Please delete the second, not the first, 'z'.

The first is legally hers - three names. The seond is my necessary intervention.

:no2:

Edited by Gaius Octavius

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Gaius Octavius, your grandniece's Roman name is...

 

Statia Eudomina

usdythetzamano -hyz +aai

 

-- Nepilla

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Gaius Paulinus Maximus, your lovely lady has quite a background in the poetic arts, as indicated by both her nomen and cognomen...

 

Helvia Serrana

ehyrrnslaaafe -fy +iv

 

Thanks again NH i'm sure she'll be delighted with her new name :D

 

Should be quite interesting to see her reaction when i start calling her Helvia Serrana and she wont have a clue what i'm talking about B)

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Thanks again NH i'm sure she'll be delighted with her new name :D

 

Should be quite interesting to see her reaction when i start calling her Helvia Serrana and she wont have a clue what i'm talking about B)

 

You're welcome, GPM. (I suddenly have this mental image of a titillated, Roman-style Gomez Addams purring to his wife: "Tish! You spoke Latin!"...)

 

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Spartan, male or female?

 

-- Nepilla

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D. Petronius Narses

nbsprdrentaowesy -bwy +ius

 

Hehee,thanks very much ;)

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Spartan, can I have that scramble without the middle name included?

 

You're welcome, Longbow.

 

-- Nepilla

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Ginevra, you belong to the noble patrician family of Acilius, although your branch of the family was originally foreign (Peregrinus).

 

Acilia Peregrina

nriieceacpvraig -cv +al

 

-- Nepilla

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Spartan, you may not be a member of the patrician class, but you still hail from one of Rome's most important families -- the Antonii. More specifically, from the hot-blooded branch of the family (Thermus).

 

C. Antonius Thermus

temwthahinuchosn -hhw +rus

 

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Hmm... Nobody seems to be interested in finding out their Yiddish Roman name? Is that too anachronistically goofy?

 

-- Nepilla

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A nymph: narlehipeneal

 

:ph34r:

 

 

Actually, I'm more of a maidel than a nymph. :lol:

 

-- Nepilla

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