1. J.M Active Member

    Salve!

    Today I would once more like a German phrase (Gigantische Berg) which means Gigant Mountain to be translated into Latin (Modern Latin preferably but I don't mind),

    Thank you,
    J.M
  2. Bitmap Civis Illustris

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    The German phrase could be translated as mons ingentissima :p
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  3. J.M Active Member

    Salve!
    Would that be Modern Latin Bitmap?
    J.M :)
  4. Bitmap Civis Illustris

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    No, it was a bit of a joke because the German was wrong :p

    mons ingentissimus would work in the latest version of Modern Latin.
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  5. Dantius Homo Sapiens

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    Modern Latin is almost the same as Classical Latin, there's not really going to be any difference in any translation
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  6. J.M Active Member

    I see..

    Salve! (again)
    I would like one more request similar to this one to be translated into Latin. The phrase is Gigantische Werk which means Giant Work,
    Thanks,
    J.M
    Last edited by Iohannes Aurum, Apr 20, 2019 at 12:14 PM
  7. Bitmap Civis Illustris

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    Cygnea, Gena
    In analogy to the above: opus ingentissimum

    Btw. in German it's gigantischer Berg and gigantisches Werk (unless there is a definite article)
  8. Hmm.
  9. J.M Active Member


    That's what I thought when I saw that post

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