Disputatio:Torontum

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Toronto is NOT the capital of Canada. Ottawa IS the capital of Canada.

That's nice. I know it may be hard to take time to read a one-sentence article, but it says "Toronto is a city and the capitol building [sic] of Ontario" (not "Canada") and has since the article was created. —Myces Tiberinus 11:13, 18 Augusti 2006 (UTC)
"Capitolium" in "capitem" correxi. Jackmitchell 05:32, 13 Novembris 2007 (UTC)
ecce, animosity! eheu, cur vos contentionum habeunt? [Scripsit usor 64.228.89.86 tempore 02:01, 7 Maii 2008‎]

Possible Toronto, -onis[fontem recensere]

Hopefully this comment won't demonstrate too much ignorance on my part, :-) but it seems that the adjective in Universitas Torontonensis has a Toronton- stem that would be a good enough fons for Toronto, -onis (as an addition to the current Torontum). Is this correct? I think that had they based it off Torontum, it would have been Torontensis (like in conventus neolatinus Torontensis) not Torontonensis. Mattie (disputatio) 18:59, 29 Aprilis 2012 (UTC)

That's logical, and Torontonensis indeed seems well-attested. IacobusAmor (disputatio) 19:16, 29 Aprilis 2012 (UTC)
It also seems the few mentions of Conventus Neolatinus Torontensis I found on Google are mistaken, given that C. N. Torontonensis gives far more results. I added Toronto to the article, anyway. Mattie (disputatio) 19:24, 29 Aprilis 2012 (UTC)
Sacreum added a direct attestation of "Torontinum" from Graesse. I think it's probably a mistaken back-formation from the adjective, but there it is. We don't have a direct attestation for "Toronto", likely though that form is, so I reduced it to a footnote. Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 15:47, 5 Ianuarii 2016 (UTC)