You are a rancid scrotum

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Anonymous

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Hi guys,

I found this magnificent forum and hope somebody can help me out. A little background: I play in a rockband, and we've created a crest. Now, no crest is finished without some latin in it, and that's where I'm stuck :)

We play rock 'n roll of the filthy kind, so that why the scentence might seems a bit inapropriate :) It should say :


'You are a rancid scrotum' (with scrotum reffering to the ballsac).


It's actually translated to english from a Flemish dialect, in which it sounds much cooler. I try to 'quickly learn latin' , but I'm completely stuck with the conjugation of words etc.
"Rancidus" seems to mean rancid, and "scrotum" is ..deuh Scrotum but I'm not sure how to conjugate. I would say

"Scrotum rancidus est"


Would this be correct? It's just for a stupid rockband, but hey I want to be grammaticaly correct :)

Any help highly appreciated!

Thanks,
Jokke
 

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"scrotum rancidum es"

rancid-um because scrotum is neuter.
e-s because it is second person singular.

And how is the Flemish original?

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Anonymous

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Thanks! And thanks for the explenation!

The flemish we use is:

"Ge zijt ne ranzige klootzak"

...Which is of course not something to say to somebody you like :)
 
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