ὁ καρχαριοτυφῶν -ῶνος / carchariotyphon -onis m. “sharknado”
[καρχαρίας “shark” + τυφῶν “tornado”]
[καρχαρια- + τυφων-] stems
[καρχαριο- + τυφων-] α becomes Connecting Vowel ο
[καρχαριοτυφων-] new stem
[καρχαριοτυφῶν] nominative singular
[carchariotyphon] καρχαριοτυφῶν Latinized
My names for the Avengers in Latin. Let me know if there’s another set you’d like me to do sometime.
(P.S. - I recognize that Thorus is a little weak, but it’s what Vicipaedia gives for the Norse god.)
Thorus is a perfectly good Latinization. Saxo Grammaticus used the form, so it is not as weak as it sounds (it has some longevity and authority).
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