Curious Latin Phrase in regard to Gregorian Chant rhythm
  • JoeM
    Posts: 28
    Someone once told me this in regard to Gregorian rhythm, is the grammar correct?

    Nihil significantur, si non com movit.
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  • Hahaha! Clever - now you need to find the Latin equivalent of "doo wop doo wop" - "e-ia, e-ia, e-ia"?
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  • dad29
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    No space in "commovit."

    Agricola est vir fortis in agro eo.
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  • chonakchonak
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    Some wag's rendition of "It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing"? Har har.

    Anyway, I think it still needs work, as the verb is plural, whereas the apparent subject "nihil" is singular. And is the verb supposed to be passive? Hm.
  • CHGiffenCHGiffen
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    "Agricola est vir fortis in agro eo." - That reminds me of the award winning farmer: he was out-standing in his field.
  • JesJes
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    @chonak if you sing "it don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing" without swinging it, it becomes the most ridiculous song!
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