Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 4p, 2 Jun 2010.
Is the following word actually done without a capital
It can be, it means 'friendship' but it's also a girls name.
Ye sorry, in the terms of Friendship not the girls name.
Everywhere i look it's just amicitia not Amicitia
I know nothing really, but I'd assume that you use a capital when its a name, and don't use one when it's not?
The Romans did weird things with grammar. It's entirely possible that they didn't capitalise anything, and it's only done now in an attempt to make things slightly readable. Or maybe that was Greek and punctuation. Can't remember
Separate names with a comma.