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Ouija latin translation

 
 
Zaniel
 
Reply Sat 1 Sep, 2012 05:02 pm
I have a friend who's into ghost and stuff and I'd like to make an Ouija board for him. I figured it would look cool if it was in latin. There are only a few phrases on it but I'm not sure how to translate them in order to keep the proper atmosphere. Following phrases are "yes", "no", "hello" and "good bye". I'd really appreciate any help.
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George
 
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Reply Sun 2 Sep, 2012 07:50 pm
@Zaniel,
Salve and vale are the Latin terms generally used for greeting and
farewell. "Yes and "no" are a bit more difficult. There are are no words
that exactly correspond. For an affirmative answer, you might use ita
(thus, so), vero (truly) or certe (certainly). For a negative answer, non
est
(it is not so), minime (not at all) or nullo modo (by no means).
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