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Can you read this (pseudo)-Latin verse?

Asked by Strauss (20295points) January 29th, 2013

O Sybilli si ergo,
Fortibus es in ero.
O nobili, demis trux.
Sevatis enim, causen dux.

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Seek's avatar

M.R. Dux
M.R. Knot
C.M. Bills
L.I. Bee
M.R. Dux

Seek's avatar

Also, you posted this back in 2009. ^_^

Strauss's avatar

—I thought I had, and looked for it! Couldn’t find it! _

Judi's avatar

That’s ok. I ask the Vagina question every year. Which reminds me, it’s February so I need to ask it again soon.

ETpro's avatar

@Judi I like vaginas more than ducks.

And the way I heard it was, can you read this?
MR Ducks
MR Not Ducks
LIB, MR Ducks

Everybody not in on the joke reads “Mister Ducks…”

ragingloli's avatar

Romani Ite Domum!

bookish1's avatar


Does Sybilli really mean ducks in Latin???? Moi je doute ├ža…

ETpro's avatar

@bookish1 I believe that the Romans word for duck was anas.

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