Am 10/26 00:47 Christophe Grandsire yscrifef: > Even if I'm not sure, I think it's not very dangerous to say that it's the case. > That makes me think that I could have -icus -> -igue /ig/. Still, I wonder how > I'm gonna finally call "Roumant" (anyone knows how the South of France was > called during the Middle Age?), and I'm still looking for a nice equivalent of > the French suffix -ais, -ois (-ès looks too Spanish, -às could be a possibility, > -eis also but it would pronounced as French -ais...). > I think that -ais was the result of a naughty night out between Latin -ensis (VL -e:si(s)) and Frankish -isc. Of course, both were consenting adults. - andrew. -- Andrew Smith, Intheologus [log in to unmask] Death is something you never live to regret.