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Re: They are african words!
• Posted by: mag
• Date: Friday, January 4, 2002, at 9:54 a.m.
• IP Address: ncgent01.telenet-ops.be
• In Response to: They are african words! (Joe)

> Anyone who has heard Enya could spot the words as being sung in an african
> language. The words are very soft and emotional. Besides, ¿can you
> remember the last face seen in the movie, just before the song begins?
> It's actually Juba's face, Maximus's friend and african slave!!!

> Please include me in the list in case anyone finds the true lyrics of it
> at jose.maldonado@tutopia.com Just my 2 cents... Joe

I followed latin lessons for 6 years and flavum is the ablative form of flavus: he who cries.The rest of the text is defenitely not in latin, but maybe that's because the words that were written down in the first mail are just attempts to put words to the sounds heard in the song and not the actual words.




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