Lemmata of Classical verbs
I've initiated at discussion at WT:AL about the lemma for Latin (and Greek) verbs on Wiktionary. I'd appreciate any thoughts you have, as one of the more experienced people here in both Classical languages and editing issues. --EncycloPetey 01:39, 10 November 2006 (UTC)
PS - And Welcome! to Wiktionary.
propria hominum nomina in quattuor species dividuntur, praenomen nomen cognomen agnomen: praenomen, ut puta Publius, nomen Cornelius, cognomen Scipio, agnomen Africanus. (Men's personal names are of four types, praenomen, nomen, cognomen and agnomen: For praenomen think of Publius, for nomen Cornelius, for cognomen Scipio and for agnomen Africanus.)
Hi, do you know if the "puta" in this Latin phrase means "think"? Mallerd 12:07, 10 May 2008 (UTC)