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    Quote Originally Posted by freznow View Post
    Ursa is feminine. I can't find panda, and I don't think there's an equivalent to geek in Latin. 'Clever' is 'callida', so you could be Callida Ursa (lol that way it'd have a nice elision if in spoken poetry, Callid'ursa! I love elisions)

    That's all I can think of. Unless you want to make up a new word, maybe we can do a 3rd declension noun 'gic', with the I long by nature, so it'd sound like geek... Or, when all else fails, just add random endings! Geekus (which can be fem. if it's 4th declension), geeka, geekes, geeker...

    One more thought: Greek in Latin was 'graecus', which actually sounds more like gr-eye-kuss, but you could remove the r and make it gaeca.
    Hmmmm....so "Ursa Geekus" would work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowbear View Post
    Hmmmm....so "Ursa Geekus" would work?
    In a world where made up words are welcome (i.e. the internet ), it is a grammatically correct made-up word, so yes, it would work
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    Quote Originally Posted by freznow View Post
    In a world where made up words are welcome (i.e. the internet ), it is a grammatically correct made-up word, so yes, it would work
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    I love this feature so much - it's a riot seeing what people come up with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by freznow View Post
    In a world where made up words are welcome (i.e. the internet ), it is a grammatically correct made-up word, so yes, it would work
    I love this! "Grammatically correct made-up word"! Too funny.
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    Default Re: I just noticed the Custom User Title feature

    What a cool feature. Can't wait!
    I guess I have to wait a couple of months at least.

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