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How do you say "warroir" in Latin or Greek?

Asked by kapsdance (1points) January 15th, 2008

My young son is creating a costume and ancient roman identity for a school project.

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boydieshere's avatar

In Latin, some possibilities are “proeliator/preliator” or “miles/militis” and in Greek, “polemistis.” If you’re looking to use the latin term (I don’t know Latin), I would guess the difference is between male or female.

hossman's avatar

There are different terms depending on the type of warrior or soldier. “Hoplite” is a term frequently used for soldiers in ancient Greece.

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