'Emit Remmus'

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'Emit Remmus'

Postby Rob » 2005-04-05, 17:37

I'm not entirely sure if this is Latin, but I would be interested if anyone could translate 'Remmus'...
'Emit' is 'he obtains', correct?

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Postby Rob » 2005-04-06, 11:52

Upon further consideration, I've realise that 'Remmus' would be the brother of Romulus, the founder of Rome.
Thus 'Emit Remmus' translates to 'Remmus obtains' or thereabouts.

Out of interest, can anyone give me some sort of etymology on this?

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Postby nickybol » 2005-04-06, 12:14

Rob wrote:Upon further consideration, I've realise that 'Remmus' would be the brother of Romulus, the founder of Rome.
Thus 'Emit Remmus' translates to 'Remmus obtains' or thereabouts.

Out of interest, can anyone give me some sort of etymology on this?

His name is Remus and not Remus. Remus and Romulus builded Rome together, but during the bulding process, Romulus murded his brother Remus because Romus was jumping over his walls.

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Postby Stan » 2005-04-07, 20:11

Doesn't "emit" mean "he/she buys"?
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Postby mongomania » 2005-05-23, 15:21

'Emit' means 'he/she bought'.

But after googling I found this: '[...] but the intriguing "Emit Remmus" ('summer time' spelled backwards!) is a strong track which [...]'. :wink:

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Postby Ioannes » 2005-06-27, 1:04

"Emit" is in fact both present tense 3rd person sg, and past tense (perfectum) of the same person and number of "emere" (to buy, to gain, to acquire, to obtain)

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Re: 'Emit Remmus'

Postby tinygirl » 2018-07-05, 23:58

you can search and search but its actually very simple it is summer time backwards right to left which derived from latin ( they read right to left ) and this does make sense if you think about satanic hollywood where they are obsessed with the mirrored effect.
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