Old 5th January 2001, 00:06   #41
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And what does Anno Domini translate in english? If anyone knows....
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Old 5th January 2001, 00:08   #42
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And what does Anno Domini translate in english? If anyone knows....

year of the lord, /me thnks

Anno = year (get it, annual??)
Domini = ???dominant??? maybe

eh, heh.
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Old 5th January 2001, 00:13   #43
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That would make since heh....never thought of that, thank ya.
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Old 5th January 2001, 00:14   #44
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Year of Our Lord
Christian Era
Common Era


choose one, and that'll be the meaning :P
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Old 5th January 2001, 00:19   #45
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I'll be taking latin next year so I can work in World Domination as a latin translator

that is, for all the ancient middle easterners that want to learn winamp

eh, heh.
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Old 5th January 2001, 00:20   #46
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No estas haciendo tarea Somebody? Why no "I Seek You" boy!? heh
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Old 5th January 2001, 00:25   #47
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ugh, this is what I don't get: ok, if you don't think Christ really happened (which he did, whether or not he was devine is really the argument, but that's for another thread...) it doesn't matter. what matters is that's about when we changed the way of thinking, with christianity and all. even if you don't believe it, THEY did and THEY made the calander, so deal with it. Christ happened.
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Old 5th January 2001, 00:29   #48
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I think this is getting ridiculus because the new millennium has already happened, 2000 or 2001 so it's here. deal with it. Grrr.

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Old 5th January 2001, 01:03   #49
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ad = ano domini = "in the year of the lord"
( the only thing i learned from two years of latin class)
this implies that this is the time after christ was born, and that we are, thus, affected by his and gods presence "the lord"

and i really don't care when the new millennium is, the novelty of never having to write 19 at the beginning of the date has long worn off, and now it's just another date
ah well
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