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Hi Milo,

Are you sure you don't mean "Carpe Diem" ???
I know "carpus" the end "us" makes look the whole thing more "latin"
but in reality "carpus" means "wrist" and is used as a medical term.

In this case by "carpe diem" I think you mean "enjoy the day" ?
Did I get you right ?

Here is a interesting site where you will see both "carpus" and "carpe diem" mentionned.

[www.etymonline.com]

Actually my latin and my german are close to non existant.
I am looking for pen pals or email pals to improve both.

In exchange I can email in french, lol.

Cheers,
Magdalen

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Subject Views Written By Posted
The Carnality of Gnosis 471 Jergat 27-Feb-04 22:27
Carpus Diem 219 Milo 27-Feb-04 23:20
Re: Carpus Diem 155 Dominick Ohrbeck 28-Feb-04 00:35
Re: Carpus Diem 152 Jergat 28-Feb-04 09:27
Re: Carpus Diem 159 Milo 28-Feb-04 17:36
Re: Carpus Diem 168 Jergat 28-Feb-04 17:41
Till the pips squeak 128 Thirdwave 28-Feb-04 19:49
Re: Carpus Diem 470 Melusine 28-Feb-04 12:01
Re: Carpus Diem 176 Milo 28-Feb-04 16:56
Re: The Carnality of Gnosis 142 David L 28-Feb-04 01:29
Re: The Carnality of Gnosis 130 Lee McGiffen 28-Feb-04 08:29
Re: The Carnality of Gnosis 160 Melusine 28-Feb-04 11:42
Many mansions 169 Thirdwave 28-Feb-04 12:36
Re: Many mansions 172 Milo 28-Feb-04 17:22
Re: Many mansions 151 David L 28-Feb-04 23:57
Re: Many mansions 151 Milo 29-Feb-04 00:09
Re: Many mansions 132 David L 29-Feb-04 00:24
Re: Many mansions 238 Milo 29-Feb-04 00:42


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