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09:05 Aug 29, 2001
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase:Richard Simpson (name)
I have tried to find a translation at numerous internet sites but can not find one. I would much appreciate your help as I am trying to correspond with a friend who is fluent in latin. Thankyou.
Ricardus Simpsoniorum/Ricardus Simpsonius/Ricardus filius Simpi
Explanation: You guys want miracles from our school Latin! I spend more time on this than on the English-Italian which is my main language pair.
In any case, I presume that you want something funny so here is what I propose
Ricardus Simpsoniorum (of the Simpsons, according to Flavio's suggestion, but I would add the clearly latin ending - genitive plural - orum, it is very nice to pronounce and has a latin ring to it)
Ricardus Simpsonius according to the Latin way of naming people with two names (both nominative masculine singular)
Ricardus filius Simpi (Richard son of Simp) I have taken the Simpson apart.
CLS Lexi-tech Local time: 00:35 Native speaker of: Italian PRO pts in pair: 8