Saturday, 8 November 2008

SILVAN (adj.)


The Silvan Frost Antler, as found across Forochel.

silvan (sylvan), adjective
Etymology: Medieval Latin silvanus, sylvanus, from Latin silva, sylva wood
1 a: living or located in the woods or forest
1 b
: of, relating to, or characteristic of the woods or forest
2 a
: made, shaped, or formed of woods or trees
2 b
: abounding in woods, groves, or trees
Some mistake here then, governor?

1 comment:

Rochonfuin said...

You are right. I am afraid we are more and more far from ancient Latin and Greek and close to ignorance. At least, we should and must keep into the Middle Earth mood.