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Mea Latina est melior! Transfero rem Final Fantasy VII


Amo Phantasiam Finalem et quoque amo multos ludos electronicos e.g. Sonic et Mario et Monstra Funda. Res quae scribuntur a meo sunt:

Res veniens mox:

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Terminologia Chemiae (Expandi)[recensere | fontem recensere]

Res Intensivae (Intensive Properties)[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Velocity ~ Velocitas
  • Density ~ Densitas
  • Boiling Point ~ Punctum Ebullationis
  • Melting Point ~ Punctum Fusionis
  • Chemical Potential ~ Potestas Chemicalis
  • Magnetism ~ Magnetismus
  • Odor ~ Odor
  • Viscosity ~ Viscositas
  • Electrical Resistivity ~ Resistivitas Electricalis
  • Pressure ~ Pressus -us
  • Specific Heat ~ Calor Peculiaris (Specificus?) [Caloris Peculiaris Capacitas ~ Specific Heat Capacity]
  • Elasticity ~ Elasticitas
  • Heat of Vaporization ~ Calor Vaporisationis

Res Generales et Categoria Elementi[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Element ~ Elementum
  • Metal ~ Metallum
  • Transition Metal ~ Metallum Transitionis
  • Halogen ~ Halogenica
  • Chalcogen ~ Chalcogenica
  • Pnictogen ~ Pnictogenica
  • Alkali Metals / ... Earth Metals ~ Metalla Alcalina (Terrestria)
  • Noble Gases ~ Gasa Nobilia


Terminologia Basipila[recensere | fontem recensere]

Expanded on from Disputatio:Basipila

ALCS [= American League Championship Series] (n) Series Foedus Americanum Campionatus

American League (n) Foedus Americanum

away team, the (n) manipulus absentus

Bambino, the (n) Bambinus, -i

ballgame (n) pilae lusus

baseball (n) basipila, -ae;

baseball game [= a playing of the sport] (n) basipilae lusus

Black Sox scandal (n) offensa Tibialium Atrorum

champion (n) victor, -oris

Cy Young Award (n) Praemium Youngianum.

dead-ball era (n) pila mortua aevitas

doubleheader (n) ludens duo ludorum

division (of a league) (n) divisio, -onis

fan (n) fanaticus, -i

farm system (n) systema ruris

first pitch (n) primus iactus / coniectus

Gold Glove Award (n) Praemium Manicae Aureae

Green Monster (in Fenway Park), the (n) Monstrum Viride

Hall of Fame (at Cooperstown, New York) (n) Atrium Celebritatis

home, at (n) domi (loc.)

home team (n) manipulus sedis

Little League (n) foedus parvulum

major league (n) foedus maior

minor league (n) foedus minor

MLB Most Valuable Player Award (n) Praemium Pretissimi lusoris

MLB Rookie of the Year Award (n) Praemium Tironi Anni

MVP (n) Pretissimus Lusor

National League (n) Foedus Nationale

Negro League [= a historical term] (n) Foedus Nigrum

NLCS [National League Championship Series] (n) Series Foedus Nationale Campionatus

pennant [= league-champion icon] (n) vexillum

play ball (phrase) pilam lude

play baseball (phrase) basipilae ludum lude

playoff (n) campionatus, -us

playoff, division (n) campionatus divisus

postseason (n) tempestas posta

season (n) tempestas, -statis

seventh-inning stretch (n) septima sessio intentio

Society for American Baseball Research [SABR] (n)

softball (n) mollipila / tenepila

spring training (n) exercitatio verna

streak (esp. hitting ~ losing ~ winning) (n) linea, -ae

"Take Me Out to the Ball Game" [= carmen fautoribus dilectissimum] (n)

visiting team (n) manipulus visitatorius

wild card (slot ~ team) (n)

World Series (n) Series Mundana

wave, the (n) unda, -ae


FIELD, PLACES, POSITIONS, RULES[recensere | fontem recensere]

ballpark (n) stadium, -i

base (n) basis

base, first (n) prima basis. The noun is often understood; hence, prima, -ae (n). E.g.: Primam errore iactatoris attigit'He reached first on the pitcher's error'.

base, second (n) secunda basis [statio secunda, Traupman]; secunda, -ae

base, third (n) tertia basis [statio tertia, Traupman]; tertia, -ae

batter's box (n) cista ictoris

board, be on the [= having scored at least one run] (phrase) esse in tabula cursus

bleachers

bullpen (n)

diamond (n) adamas, adamantis, m.

dish, the [= home plate] (n) apex, -icis

dugout (n) castra subterranea

error (n) error, -oris

fair territory (n) locus aequus

field, center (n) campus medius

field, left (n) campus sinister

field, right (n) campus dexter

foul line (n) linea iniquus

ground-rule double (n)

home plate (n) summa statio [Levine; statio summa, Traupman]. The noun is often understood; hence, summa, -ae (n)

infield (n) campus interior

infield-fly rule (n) regula campi interiori volucrae pilae

inning (n) sessio (basipila)

inning, bottom of the (n) sessio infera

inning, top of the (n) sessio supera

layoff (n) FructusMalus

line, left-field (n) linea campus sinister

line, right-field (n) linea campus dexter

line judge (n) iudex lineae

lineup (n) series ictorum

no-man's land (n) neminis terra

on-deck circle (n) circulus in constrato

order, bottom of the (batting) (n) series infera

order, top of the (batting) (n) series supera

outfield (n) campus exter

pinch-hit (v) ictus vicarius

record [common to many sports] (n) extremum, -i

run (n) cursus, -ūs

score (n) ratio, -onis / status, -us

score (a run) [by a runner] (v) cursus notare;

score (a game) [by a statistician] (v) lusum annumero; lusum noto

scoreboard (n) tabula status

stadium (n) stadium, -i

stands, grandstand consessu caveae, -arum

sweep (n) versus, -us

sweep (v) verrere, -i, -sus

team (n) turma, -ae

tie (n) aequalitas, -tastis

tie (v) facere proventum aequum / alligare

warmup (n) exercitatio

warm up (v. intr.) calefio, -fieri, -factus sum.


PERSONNEL[recensere | fontem recensere]

baseman, first (n) custos primae (basis)

baseman, second (n) custos secundae (basis)

baseman, third (n) custos tertiae (basis)

batter (n) ictor

captain (n) dux, ducis

catcher (n) captator, -oris

coach (n) rector, -oris

coach, batting (n) rector iciens

coach, pitching (n) rector iactens

designated hitter (n) ictor / clavator praedesignatus

fielder, center (n) custos campi centralis

fielder, left (n) custos sinistri

fielder, right (n) custos campi dextri

manager (n) administrator, -oris; dispensator, -oris; curator, -oris

official scorer (n)

outfielder (n) custos exter

pinch hitter (n) ictor / clavator vicarius

pinch runner (n) cursor vicarius

pitcher (n) iactator, -oris; iaculator, -oris / coniector, -oris

pitcher, relief (n) iactator / coniector auxiliaris

pitcher, setup (n) iactator / coniector pro termino

pitcher, starting (n) iactator primus

reliever (n) auxiliator, -oris

rookie (n) tiro, -onis

rotation (of pitchers) (n) circuitio

scout (n) speculator, -oris

shortstop (n) intermedius basiarius

start (by a pitcher) (n) initus (iactator)

umpire (n) arbiter, -tri

utility infielder (n)


ACCOUTERMENTS[recensere | fontem recensere]

apple [= baseball] (n) malum, -i

ball (n) pila, -ae

baseball (n) basipila, -ae

bat (n) clava

(batting) cage (n) cavea icens

bill (of a cap) (n) rostrum, -i

cap (n) pileum, -i; pileus, -i; petasus, -i

cleats (n)

facemask (catcher's) (n)

glove (fielder's) (n) manica, -ae

mitt (catcher's) (n) manica captatoris

seam (of a baseball) (n) sutura, -ae (pilae)

shinguard (n) custos tibius

uniform (n) ornatus, -ūs (lusorius)


PITCHING (IACTATIO) & CATCHING (CAPTATIO)[recensere | fontem recensere]

balk (n)

ball [=pitch outside the strike zone] (n) iactus claudus

battery [= iactator + captator] (n)

beanball (n)

bloop curve (n) stillans curva

breaking ball (n) flectens, -entis (pila)

Bugs Bunny curve (n)

catch (v) prehendo, -ere, -di, -sum; capio?

changeup (n) mutans, -antis (pila)

closer (n) claudans, -antis

curveball (n) curvans, -antis (pila)

cutter (n) secans, -antis (pila)

cut fastball (n) citapila secta

dead fish [= Dave Stieb's variant of the eephus] (n) piscis mortuus

eephus (pitch) (n) iphus, iphūs, m.

fan [= strike (someone) out] (v. trans.) ventilo, -are, -avi, -atum

fan [= strike out] (v. intrans.) ventilor, -ari, -atus sum

fastball (n) citapila, -ae

folly floater [= Steve Hamilton's variant of the eephus] (n)

forkball (n)

Fossum flip [= Casey Fossum's variant of the eephus] (n)

full count [= 3 balls, 2 strikes] (n)

gyroball

heat [= fastball] (n) calor, -oris

hesitation hummer [= Steve Hamilton's variant of the eephus] (n)

intentional walk (n) ambulatio meditata

knuckleball (n)

leephus [= Bill Lee's variant of the eephus] (n) liphus, liphūs, m. (a portmanteau)

mask (catcher's) (n)

mound (pitcher's) (n)

no-hitter (n)

perfect game (n) lusus perfectus

passed ball (n) pila abacta

pitch (n) iactus, -ūs

pitch (v) iacio, -ere, ieci, iactum

rubber (pitcher's) (n)

save (n) conservatio, -onis

screwball (n) cochlea, -ae

shutout (n)

shuuto [Japanese, from shootball; a pitch resembling a screwball but with less break; often mentioned in the movie Mr. Baseball] (n) proiiciens, -ientis

sidearm-style (adj, adv)

sinker (n) sidens, -entis (pila)

slider (n) labens, -entis (pila)

spaceball [= Bill Lee's variant of the eephus] (n)

spitball (n) spuens, -entis (pila)

splitter (n) findens, -entis (pila)

strike [= pitch inside the strike zone] (n)

strike out (v)

strikeout (n)

two-seam fastball (n)

submarine-style (adj, adv)

walk (v) ambulo, -are, -avi, -atum

wild pitch (n) iactus perversus

windup (n)


HITTING, RUNNING, FIELDING[recensere | fontem recensere]

at-bat (n) in icendo

baserunner (n) cursor, -oris

batter (n) ictor, -oris

batting practice (n) exercitatio icens

blooper (n) stillans, -antis (pila)

bunt (n)

bunt (v)

catch (v) Cf. mea pila est 'I've caught the ball' [idiom, Ainsworth]

choke (up on a bat) (v)

chopper (n) concidens, -entis (pila)

deck, be on (v) esse in constrato

double (n) duplum, -i

double (v) duplico, -are, -avi, -atum

double play (n) exstinctio duplex; actio duplex

extra-base hit (n) addititius statio ictus

fair ball (n) pila aequus

fielder's choice (n) optio custodis

fly (ball) (n) volans, -antis (pila)

fly (v. trans.) volo, -are, -avi, -atus

fly out (v) exstinctioni volo

force (out) (n) compulsus exstinctio

foul (v)

foul ball (n) pila iniquus

foul tip (n) ictus iniquus

grand slam (n) ictus grandis

groundout (n) exstinctio terrestris

ground out (v) facere exstinctionem terrestris

hit (v) ico, icere, ici, ictum

hit ~ base hit (n) ictus, -ūs

hit-and-run (play) (n) icere et currere

hit by a pitch (phrase) iactu ictus

hit for the cycle (phrase) circulo ico

hole, in the [= next to go to the on-deck circle] (phrase)

home run (n)

homer [= home run] (n)

homer [= hit a home run] (v)

hung up, get (v. intr.)

hung up, get (a runner) (v. tr.)

interference (n)

lead (off a base) (n)

lead-off (scil., batter) (adj)

line drive (n)

load (the bases) (v)

loaded, be (of the bases) (v)

out (n) exstinctio, -onis

pickoff (n)

pick off (v)

pop-up (n) poppysmus, -i, m.

pop up (v)

rotation play (n)

runner (n) cursor, -oris

sacrifice (n) sacrificum, -i

sacrifice (v. intransitive) sacrificor, -ari, -atus sum. (Or se sacrifico, -are, -avi, atus?)

sacrifice bunt (n)

sacrifice fly (n) sacrificio volans, -antis

scoring position (n)

single (n) singularis, -is

slide (into a base) (v) (in stationem) labor, labi, lapsus sum. E.g.: Praeceps in tertiam lapsus est 'He slid headfirst into third'.

squeeze play (n) compressio; compressionis actio

steal (v) furor, furari, furatus sum (dep.)

stolen base (n) statio furtiva

streak, hitting (n)

strike zone (n)

swing (at a pitch) (v)

tag (n) tactus, -ūs, m.

tag (out) (v) tango, -ere, tegi, tactus

throw (someone) out (v) exstinctioni (aliquem) adiicio

triple (n) triplum, -i

triple (v) triplico, -are, -avi, -atum

triple play (n) exstinctio triplex; actio triplex

two-hopper (n) bis saliens, -ientis

walk (v. intr.) ambulo, -are, -avi, -atum


STATISTICS (MUCH BELOVED OF TRUE FANS; CRICKET MUST HAVE A SIMILAR SET)[recensere | fontem recensere]

average, batting [an ancient statistic] (n) ictui medius

box score (n) ratio quadrata

dERA [= defense-independent ERA] (n)

DICE [= defense-independent-component ERA] (n)

ERA [= earned-run average, by a pitcher] (n) meritorum cursubus medium

HR/9 [= homeruns allowed per nine innings pitched] (n)

K [= strikeout] (n) ka (indecl.)

K/BB [= strikeouts per walk] (n)

K/9IP [= strikeouts per nine innings pitched] (n)

on-base percentage (n)

OOPS [= opponent on-base plus slugging, by a pitcher] (n)

OPS [= on-base + slugging percent, by a hitter] (n)

RBI [= run(s) batted in; an ancient statistic] (n) cursua icti intro

runs allowed (n) cursua permitti

runs created [= a statistic invented by Bill James] (n)

sabermetrics [< SABR] (n) sabermetra, -orum

slugging percentage [= total bases divided by total at-bats] (n)

strikeouts (n)

total player rating [= a statistic invented by Pete Palmer] (n)

triple crown (winner) [= (player with) highest batting average + most RBIs + most homers] (n)

WHIP [= walks + hits allowed per inning pitched] (n)

wins [by a pitcher] (n) victoriae, -arum