Sear Me

Incendere suus - Set her on fire
Damnare suus vita - Reject her life
Dare suus ad art ventus - Give her to the art of adversity
Capare suus - Take her
Et facere suus - And make her
Ferire suus persicum cutis - Kill her piercing the skin

Nudus, turpis - Naked, deformed
Putridus, findere - Rotten, split

Acerbus, crudus - Unmature, raw
Raptus, contemptio - Raped, contempt

Mordax, atterere - Mordant, trample
Inficere, bilis - Poison, gall
Nam tuus scelus - For your crime
Amabilis - Amiable
Tu licet perire - You let her die
Ad ante tu - Before you
Habere aequus sic [...]
Dolor nil finis - Pain never ends
Ego liberare art ultimus - I free the ultimate art of
inuria. of injustice



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    General CommentThe music is great, really top stuff. The singing / death grunting as well. The lyrics are crap, though.

    As far as I can tell, all the nouns are masculine and in the nominative, and all the verbs are in the infinitive. The first line, "incendere suus", would more properly be translated "to set he on fire"; "damnare suus vita" is "to reject he life", etc. Unless, of course, I've really forgotten what little Latin I once knew.

    Shame, really, because the song itself is very good. They should just have stuck with singing in English.
    Thorsteinnon April 06, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti read somewhere that Aaron basically just sat down with a latin-english dictionary, hence the bad latin grammar
    rex666on September 25, 2006   Link

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