14 November 2020

Quomodo WOKE dicimus Latine?

Vel (si mavis) Graece?

16 comments:

frjustin said...

Expergefactus?

tpfr2 said...

concitus vel φιλαίτιος?

bedwere said...

ψευδοφιλαιθίοψ

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The Flying Dutchman said...

Vigil

Calvin Engime said...

Nonne homines huiusmodi etiam dicuntur milites iustitiae socialis? Vel fortasse dici potest excitati?

Simon Cotton said...

The woke are barking, so they speak dog-Latin.

Friedlon said...

vigilax seems to be good enough. It's a common epitheton of spiders eagerly waiting for the unaware to get ensnared in the net they've been weaving

Colin Spinks said...

In-anum

pdm said...

persolliciti homines
οἱ διωρμημενοι

pdm said...

Alternatively, just

οἱ ἀγελαστοι

which has the advantage of a) already existing b) being appropriately sexless: αἱ ἀγελαστοι κτλ.

Paulusmaximus said...

Socors vel Intolerans

Oliver Nicholson said...

νόθοι

neilmac said...

On the basis that "woke" is really a nonce noun/adjective presumably formed from the simple past tense, how about using a simple past tense of the verb "to arouse" but modifying it to look like a passive past participle?

accendimi

neilmac said...

I've just realised that, of course, I should have written "...the 2nd person plural of the perfect active indicative tense of the verb 'to arouse'..." .

jaykay said...

Resurrectus -a -um? e.g. multi illi mortuorum qui suffragia sua ferre possunt.