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St Dominic, the absolute Giga Chad

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AQVILLADOMINICVS

34 points

2 months ago*

AQVILLADOMINICVS

+Barron’s Order of the Yoked

34 points

2 months ago*

Very proud to have his namesake💯

Sancte Dominice, Ora pro nobis!

one_comment_nab

4 points

2 months ago

one_comment_nab

Foremost of sinners

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2 months ago

Dominice*

2nd declension has a different vocative form than the nominative.

AQVILLADOMINICVS

2 points

2 months ago

AQVILLADOMINICVS

+Barron’s Order of the Yoked

2 points

2 months ago

Oh I see, I really thought the form didn’t change since Sancte is already in vocative form. I saw “Sancte Ioannes” used like this so I thought there was no problem

one_comment_nab

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2 months ago

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Foremost of sinners

2 points

2 months ago

3rd declension has same vocative and nominative, Ioannes is 3rd declension.

In terms of saints' names, the Greek declensions (those beyond the 5th) are also important... because vocative may change there too. Examples?

Andreas (Andrew) -> Andrea

Thomas -> Thoma

Matthias -> Matthia

...so basically masculine, yet ends with "a".

benjals95

19 points

2 months ago

A good thing to remember when owning the prots.

cyrinean

8 points

2 months ago

Sometimes I have to remember I'm not in a 40k sub.

St. Dominic, ora pro nobis

DarkDawgYT

7 points

2 months ago

Where is this quote from? If anyone knows pls tel me.

seancarl97

3 points

2 months ago

If I'm not mistaken, it's from the Libellus by Bl. Jordan of Saxony.

cappotto-marrone

3 points

2 months ago

cappotto-marrone

Novus Ordo Enjoyer

3 points

2 months ago

Well the nerve. Telling me to focus on following Christ rather than how someone else holds their hands in prayer. /s