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What does "Sin Nommes Hik" mean?

Asked by wrestlemaniac (810points) June 12th, 2008

I read that phrase in a book somewhere and all i know is that it’s latin for something what’s it mean?

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nikipedia's avatar

Do you mean “hic”?

shilolo's avatar

I’m not sure, but sin nombres in Spanish means without a name.

b's avatar

That’s not Latin. If it is you spelled it incorrectly.

gailcalled's avatar

Try this (hic means – this m. or here, or burp, I suppose.)

Sine nomine (SN) – Without name. (Used in bibliographies to indicate that the publisher of a document is unknown)

marinelife's avatar

Go gailcalled!

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