User talk:Tsunomaru

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greek -os latin -us[edit]

dear Tsunomaru
in my talkpage you wrote the following
The Latin vocative of an -ius name is simply -i. Dunno whether Greek makes that same distinction, though. That is all.
Correct but usually (for ages) in greek we transliterate (and/or use) the latin or greco-latin -us words to -os ; the corresponding (second declension) vocative in greek is always -e, hence Domitie. The same is also 'valid' despite the fact Domitius doesn't name himself Domitios.
Τhat is Nom. Δομίτιος Δημήτριος Domitios Demetrios Voc. Δομίτιε Δημήτριε Domitie Demetrie etc.
Connections,relations,correspondence between greek and latin are unique,it's different, mostly of the opposite 'direction' of the ones between latin and western european languages since latin never was the basis for greek,quite the opposite is true I might add.
I guess it's a cultular thing.:-)
That is all.:-)
Thanatos|talk 20:43, 2 September 2007 (UTC)

D&D articles for Wikipedia 0.7[edit]

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