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Re: They are african words!
• Posted by: Livia Parvula   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, May 30, 2004, at 4:54 p.m.
• IP Address: host232-32.pool21345.interbusiness.it
• In Response to: Re: They are african words! (mag)

> 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.

We're getting a bit confused here. The ablative never ends with -um. Flavum is the accusative of the adjective flavus=yellow, golden...There's also the word Flevum, neutral,nominative/accusative/vocative which was a town in the region of Germania Inferior. Sorry, just had to get this straight:b The rest of the lyrics has nothing to do with latin.




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