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January 27th, 2011, 21:10
Originally Posted by Alrik Fassbauer View Post
- Fastness Of Body - Armatrutz (from arma -> "armor", kind of, and "trutz" from "trotzen", which is to defy, to outdare in English)
Actually armatrutz has nothing to do with armor. Arma is Latin for weapons. So the name would mean "Defy weapons" which makes a lot more sense than to defy armor.

Originally Posted by Alrik Fassbauer View Post
- Cold Shock - Corpofrigo Kälteschock ("corpo" from "corpus", latin or pseudo ltin, and "frigo" from German "frieren" = "to freeze" or "frost" = "frost"; the word "Kälteschock is = "cold shock"))
Frigus is the Latin word for coldness, iciness. "Frieren" and "freeze" probably have it as its root.
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