Friday, September 01, 2006

macroverbumsciolism














μακρος (= Latin magnus): long, large, great
verbum: word
scio, scire: to know

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

ROFL

Anonymous said...

you're a macroverbumsciolism we know you are because we SAW you looking in a dictionary...........><"

Dedicated Latin Student aka Mathea said...

Wow, reading your blog in the computer room while supposedly doing 'work'/'study' is a much better use of our(mutliple of us bludgers) time...

mathea said...

"Your comment has been saved and will be visible after blog owner approval." - this is not fair!!!

Anonymous said...

i quite agree with mathea... this is better than lucretius...

Anonymous said...

hiiiiiii!!! this beats work..looking at ure blog!!

you have to mention yr 11 in your blog aswell!!

can u guess who this is??

well anyway your blog is optime!

see u in about 2 seconds when i return to class

Sarah Shipley said...

Anonymous, I think you'll find this blog is "optimus". I hope so anyway.
And, Theoni??

Short Queen said...

Euge!

I love big words. Not that I use them of course...

"Tintinnabulation"

zmf said...

Hooray for Latin humour, the downfall of tomorrow's English exam...

...And now, back to study.