Gordon (baron_waste) wrote in linguaphiles,
Gordon
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«Dig Adlantisag»

“The Atlantean language is an actual functional language.”

- TV Tropes


I didn't know this; I'd never seen this before. Did anyone else know about this?

Look at all that.

- Plus, A Mother Tongue For A Mother Civilization


“Okrand worked hard to make sure the actors could learn the language. He even created a video called "How to speak Atlantean," which MovieHeadlines.net called a "fun feature"… It is a 50's style training video explaining how to say useful phrases in Atlantean, such as "Where is the bathroom?" MovieHeadlines.net hopes it eventually shows up on the Atlantis DVD…







Just amazing, that all of this should be developed for one obscure Disney flick.

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  • Latin Transaltion

    I'm trying to translate "The Dude Abides" to latin. The best I can come up with is "vir commorror" but I'm not sure of the proper case to use.

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