Argus Apocraphex

By Anonymous, in 'Latin to English Translation', May 1, 2006.

  1. Lucius Aelius Linguistics Hippie

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    Quid est hoc, ego non etiam...
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  2. Etaoin Shrdlu Civis Illustris

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    Will posting on this make it go away?
  3. Imber Ranae Ranunculus Iracundus

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    What do you mean?
  4. Quantamio New Member

    im pretty late but...late Middle English: from Latin, from Greek Argos, the name of the mythical watchman with a hundred eyes. couldn't it just mean instead of hidden giant or 100 hidden eyes. Why not " The Hidden eyes" lol Illuminati XD

  5. Cambrinus Civis Illustris

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    Random, hot, ignorant Greek chicks.
  6. PollutedSanity New Member

    Very, very randomly thought of searching the meaning of apocraphex tonight - - this thread is at the top of the search. Now, after spending 5 hours signing up... I don't recall where my head was initially at or why.

    Perhaps it is a little of everything mentioned. This thread makes me think specifically about properly accessing the third, Hidden, "all seeing" eye. Potential. Control. Creation.
  7. Etaoin Shrdlu Civis Illustris

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    I didn't really appreciate this thread when I first chanced upon it. But it's growing on me.
  8. PollutedSanity New Member

    It has potential to grow, that's for sure!

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