Salve mi Alexe! --Harrissimo 17:45, 20 Iunii 2007 (UTC)

Something to keep in mindRecensere

Thanks for starting the page about Cork.
It's worth remembering that a translation found in a dictionary doesn't necessarily cover all the meanings in language B of a word in language A. That's especially true with proper names and place names -- they may look the same as a common word, but they may have nothing to do with it really. So, the name of Cork in Ireland has nothing to do with the bark of the cork tree (which doesn't grow in Ireland) or with bottle stoppers (which are not much commoner in Cork than anywhere else!)
Therefore, to find a Latin place name, a bilingual dictionary may not help (unless it has a separate list of place names: some do). You may have to try some quite different sources. Here are a few lists that I use. They all work in different ways, and they aren't necessarily easy, but hunting down a name can get quite interesting.
When you start a page, if your Latin isn't very good yet, you can put {{tiro}} at the top when you save it. Like your message at Disputatio:Regiona Suber, it's a signal to which others will probably soon respond. Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 09:03, 21 Iunii 2007 (UTC)

And something elseRecensere

Don't create any more usernames. Your original one, which I blocked because you vandalized a user page, will be open again in a day or so. Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 09:08, 21 Iunii 2007 (UTC)

Salve! Episode 2Recensere

Hi Alex! If you go on the preferences link (praeferetiae - next to disputatio) on your user toolbar you can change your language to English and make a signature (on the edit toolbar, the joined up writing between the w and the -). You should always add a signature at the end of your posts. Dobrynok.--Harrissimo 17:17, 21 Iunii 2007 (UTC)