|Subject:||Re: What would the latinate forms of my names be?|
|Author:||Christo (guest, 22.214.171.124)|
|Date:||August 4, 2004 at 12:06:32 AM|
|Reply to:||What would the latinate forms of my names be? by Anthony|
The Hebrew (Semitic) name David has only this form (DAVID) in both Greek and Latin. There are no such forms as *Davidus, *Davidum, *Davidi.
So, you have to accept Antonius David. Use "italian" style of pronouncing the vowels. The stress in Antonius is on the "o". The stress in David is on "a" in Latin or on "i" in Greek.
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