Happy summer solstice!
The IMAGINUM VOCABULARIUM LATINUM is a picture dictionary - Latin language word list. Browse through it, or save the images to a folder on your computer, and use them like flash cards.
Found this fun find today. It’s long since abandoned (the last post was in 2008), but it’s still fun to look through.
Jewels I found while studying pre Middle Age art history:
Confused “Why do I have two hands?”
Three cats: sleeping, reaching into a bird cage, and lifting a mouse off a nest of eggs.
13th. c. MS. Bodl. 764
oreonianus -a -um “pertaining to oreos”
[oreo “oreo” + -ianus adjectival suffix (cf. Ciceronianus)]
[oreon- + -iano-] stems
[oreoniano-] new stem
[oreonianus] nominative singular
19th century realism. The Netherlands.
Johannes Bosboom (1817-1891)