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posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:12 PM
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I didnt say lie . i quoted you. Just because you posted it way back doesnt make it false. You did it, not me.




posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:16 PM
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stop beating up on poor pepsi! He hardly knows his left from his right....



posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:16 PM
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You have the quote above that explains it is exactly about the noun. You can not decline nouns without knowing their gender. What do you not understand about the following sentence?

What I understand about it is that the rest of the suffixes all derive from LUS.



The NOUN is serving as the subject, not the adjective. Learn the difference.

No not the noun it does not state that it's the suffix serving as a nominative to the other suffix.
This means one suffix representing the other.
Like it starts from a MALE and from there on it changes into other possibilities.

Let me spell it out for you, it's not what you state
1. nominative neuter singular of -lus
Translation LUM is doing the action of LUS, or better put makes a representation of the LUS (the main suffix)

Here it is EL-LUS A young boy.

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posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:17 PM
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Originally posted by scooterstrats
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I didnt say lie . i quoted you. Just because you posted it way back doesnt make it false. You did it, not me.


As I understand you are just another mason part of the mob on ATS.



posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:22 PM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
What I understand about it is..


Pratically nothing.



No not the noun it does not state that it's the suffix serving as a nominative to the other suffix.
This means one suffix representing the other.
Like it starts from a MALE and from there on it changes into other possibilities.


Pepsella, the noun determines the adjective by its gender. You still do not understand how to decline in Latin. How can you possibly think give insight when you do not even have a basic understanding of how the language works?


Let me spell it out for you.
1. nominative neuter singular of -lus
Translation LUM is doing the action of LUS, or better put a makes a representation of the LUS (the main suffix)


There is no 'main suffix' they are all equal and determined by the noun and what its relatioship is to the speaker/writer/observer. What do you not get?

Sermo tuus Latinus culinam redolet.

You follow?

You have been exposed as a fraud. Stop trying to teach others what you yourself do not know.



posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:25 PM
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Pepsella, the noun determines the adjective by its gender. You still do not understand how to decline in Latin. How can you possibly think give insight when you do not even have a basic understanding of how the language works?


From the source:
1. nominative neuter singular of -lus
Translation LUM is doing the action of LUS, or better put a makes a representation of the LUS (the main suffix)



There is no 'main suffix' they are all equal and determined by the noun and what its relatioship is to the speaker/writer/observer. What do you not get?




en.wiktionary.org...
-lum

1. nominative neuter singular of -lus
2. accusative masculine singular of -lus
3. accusative neuter singular of -lus
4. vocative neuter singular of -lus

Translation LUM is doing the action of LUS, or better put a makes a representation of the LUS (the main suffix)

If it's a nominative of LUS, nominative=representative of the LUS suffix.



lus m. (feminine -la, neuter -lum); first/second declension

As you can see the rest is secundary the main suffix is masculine LUS

It is this The suffix added to a noun to form a representation of that noun.
Not the others.


The suffix -lus is added to a noun to form a diminutive of that noun.



Tell me where you see this here
en.wiktionary.org...

You should find:


The suffix -LUM is added to a noun to form a diminutive of that noun.

But it's not there because it does not do that, it represents the other suffix LUS.

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posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:28 PM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
From the source:
1. nominative neuter singular of -lus
Translation LUM is doing the action of LUS, or better put a makes a representation of the LUS (the main suffix)


Because they are the same word.


Translation LUM is doing the action of LUS, or better put a makes a representation of the LUS (the main suffix)


Once again, they are the same word. Gender of the noun determines usage.

Latinitate culinaria uteris.

You follow me?



posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:31 PM
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Because they are the same word.

Nope


Here let me help you:



lus m. (feminine -la, neuter -lum); first/second declension

As you can see the rest is secundary the main suffix is masculine LUS

It is this The suffix added to a noun to form a representation of that noun.
Not the others.


The suffix -lus is added to a noun to form a diminutive of that noun.



Tell me where you see this here
en.wiktionary.org...

You should find:


The suffix -LUM is added to a noun to form a diminutive of that noun.

But it's not there because it does not do that, it represents the other suffix LUS.

Here is what you will find


lum

1. nominative neuter singular of -lus
2. accusative masculine singular of -lus
3. accusative neuter singular of -lus
4. vocative neuter singular of -lus


EL-LUS= PRIME
From the male you get other forms, of course EL =HE masculine. From EL-LUS.
Of course this would make EL masculine showing you that you are in fact wrong.

Lus:
en.wiktionary.org...

Others:
en.wiktionary.org...

Now see the difference.

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posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:33 PM
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Nice deflection again when you are caught in a lie. You made the statement, its here in print so you cant deny it..Just another of the many examples of your lies, intellectual dishonesty, and clear evidence to sane people that a tenuous grasp of reality seems to be in play here. My limited University level education guides me to go away from this thread. As much amusement as it is, it more and more feels like i am feeding a truly disturbed mind. There are meds and hospitals for this type of person, let them seek it. Seems like i suck myself down to their level just by posting. here. I really hope the poster gets help.
Scooterstrats,
Pittsburgh Pa



posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:35 PM
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I am sorry, but you seem to be off subject, if you want to debate me on the thread then fine.



posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:38 PM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
Here let me help you:



lus m. (feminine -la, neuter -lum); first/second declension

As you can see the rest is secundary the main suffix is masculine LUS


I knew you were going to go this route eventually and it shows how feeble your Latin really is:


Latin words of the first declension have an invariable stem and are generally of feminine gender. source showing pepsella the error of his ways


Oh, no! Is the Ficto-Latin Fraud wrong again! First declension is almost always feminine. The rest are secondary. So sorry pepsella, so sorry.

The rest of your post is based on crap because you CAN NOT READ, SPEAK OR UNDERSTAND LATIN. You continually make retarded errors like the one above (there are more pitfalls for the uneducated). The more you go at this the worse it will get for you. Trust me.



edit on 19-7-2011 by AugustusMasonicus because: networkdude has no beer.



posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:43 PM
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Quanta de spe decidi. Vitiosus est sermo tuus. Male factum.



posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:44 PM
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The other suffixes are a representation of LUS. as the main suffix that describes the root.
You may remain ignorant.



lum

1. nominative neuter singular of -lus
2. accusative masculine singular of -lus
3. accusative neuter singular of -lus
4. vocative neuter singular of -lus


Remember.
ille=EL and EL separated from LUS means HE, a man. since LUS describes the meaning of the root but adding a young tone to it.

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posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:46 PM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
The other suffixes are a representation of LUS. as the main suffix that describes the root.


And '-lus' is a represenation of them.


You may remain ignorant.


Ironic coming from a fraud.



posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:47 PM
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And '-lus' is a represenation of them.

No it's the other way around, the other suffixes represent LUS, they are nominative of LUS.


lum

1. nominative neuter singular of -lus
2. accusative masculine singular of -lus
3. accusative neuter singular of -lus
4. vocative neuter singular of -lus


From the male you got other changes. Male is primary EL=HE.

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posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:48 PM
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posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:49 PM
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Yet another mason insulting.

Claps claps claps.
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posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:52 PM
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Originally posted by pepsi78
No it's the other way around, the other suffixes represent LUS, they are nominative of LUS.


Tu ne unum quidem verbum intellego. Lamne oblitus es, quid inter nos sit dictum.



posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 07:58 PM
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Sorry but I'm not one of you, and I do understand.
Remember EL=HIM this go's all the way to hebrew and other ancient cultures, but you know that already, that EL is a HE, a god, masculine.



posted on Jul, 19 2011 @ 08:01 PM
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Allow me to ask much more (hopefully) easier questions here.These other questions on this post seem far beyond you cognitive skills.

Lets begin easy !

!. What color is the sky where you come from ? (hint-clear day is blue ).

2. At night. what color is the sky? (hint-night is black),

3. When are your people coming coming for you?



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