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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

 

Thank you!!!

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Alright, I missed out on this, here's my name akret janib hisunofa

 

Ofcourse I'm male, a powerful male with lots of testoserone, hope my name will reflect this.

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Ginevra, prego.

 

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tflex, does this name swing big enough cojones for you?

 

Cn. Horatius Fabianus

akret janib hisunofa -ejk +cus

 

-- Nephele

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Ginevra, prego.

 

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tflex, does this name swing big enough cojones for you?

 

Cn. Horatius Fabianus

akret janib hisunofa -ejk +cus

 

-- Nephele

 

Yes , thank you Nepilla, I feel more powerful now with that name :boxing:

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Cohort

 

Cn. Laelius Fronto

ncaltore zflaeno -aez +ius

 

Fronto is a cognomen indicating a person with a prominent forehead.

 

-- Nephele

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Lacertus

 

Clovia Merenda

NEAOVDORMEAKV -kov +cil

 

-- Nephele

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can you do me please.

male

aaaabcijkloorss

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Spartan156

 

Genialis Secunda

ehyslandiaezukn -hkyz +cgis

 

Genialis: name taken from the family cognomen, meaning "joyful".

Secunda: indicating a second-born daughter.

 

Cornelia Musicana

iailcamoagrnnkzu -gkz +ces

 

A musically-inclined member of the Cornelii.

 

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Aurelianus

 

A. Calvisius Carbo

aaaabcijkloorss -ajko +ciuv

 

Carbo: cognomen meaning "burnt wood".

 

-- Nephele

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I'm going to pin this topic, assuming our blanagramist will remain an active member of the forum and maintain her interest in this fun endeavor.

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I'm going to pin this topic, assuming our blanagramist will remain an active member of the forum and maintain her interest in this fun endeavor.

 

 

Oh my goodness! I'm truly honored! I've been doing this name-anagramming thing of mine on different message boards for a number of years now, and this is the first time that anyone has ever pinned my topic. Thank you for the recognition, and I'll certainly stick around. ;)

 

-- Nephele

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Pax Romana, you have both literary and royal blood running through your noble Roman veins...

 

A. Terentius Aruns

saaarirtnenewts -aw +uu

 

-- Nephele

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