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United States TheSingerWhoWasNeverBanned 
Can you transport this name into the Latin spelling? Or the one I'm looking for if in case what I mean is incorrect. Like "Guy" - "Gaius", Mark - Markus and etc. I got this name, Evans Lard. How would you shift it into the Latin territory. And just names with 's' endings in general, how to deal with those. Thanks.
2019-05-20 11:04
#1
dennis | 
Latvia De1Co 
Evansius Lardus
2019-05-20 11:05
Are you sure? Not just Evansus... Lardo, for example?
2019-05-20 12:08
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2019-05-20 11:08
#4
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Spain VIKTORAL 
0 iq
2019-05-20 11:09
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2019-05-20 11:10
#6
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Spain VIKTORAL 
not nice for me
2019-05-20 11:11
lmao i actually lulled
2019-05-20 11:16
#3
COCAINE | 
Mongolia bozgor 
Fatticus Cunticus
2019-05-20 11:08
#7
PAINT | 
United States _BoBRoss_ 
Evanus smallus dickus pedophilius
2019-05-20 11:14
There isn't really a rule to translate names, as names aren't "translatable" in that sense, but probably something like Evanus/Evanius Lardius
2019-05-20 11:17
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Japan @0x0 
Evan is from the Welsh word for John, John in Latin is Iohannes, so I guess that would be the name, it can also be written as Iōannēs Lard is a surname based on the Scottish word Laird and carries a similar meaning to lord. Lord is one of the few English words that doesn't have ties to Latin, if you trace it far back enough you get to Proto-Germanic So you can't really put it in Latin, you can translate it, which would be dominus
2019-05-20 11:47
Thanks, it really explained and gave a proper answer.
2019-05-25 13:02
#10
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Japan @0x0 
Evan is from the Welsh word for John, John in Latin is Iohannes, so I guess that would be the name, it can also be written as Iōannēs Lard is a surname based on the Scottish word Laird and carries a similar meaning to lord. Lord is one of the few English words that doesn't have ties to Latin, if you trace it far back enough you get to Proto-Germanic So you can't really put it in Latin, you can translate it, which would be dominus
2019-05-20 11:47
Why would you want to do this? Are you a classical philologist who is releasing an ultra-pretentious work soon?
2019-05-25 11:47
Decided to play TQ again.
2019-05-25 13:00
#14
food | 
Netherlands p2dr 
Evanus Lardi
2019-05-25 11:50
Are you sure, it's Evans, not Evan.
2019-05-25 13:00
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