According to wikipedia "Homō hominī lupus est" is a Latin proverb meaning "A man is a wolf to another man."
Say, I want to apply "zombie transformation" to this proverb, which would make it "A zombie is a zombie to another zombie."
Does anyone know how this would translate back into Latin?
My own highly uneducated attempts:
"Zombie quod est Zombie Zombie" (Google translate of "a zombie is a zombie to a zombie")
"Zombie in Zombie est Zombie" (Google translate of "zombie to zombie zombie is")
"Zombie" is an African word that dates to the 19th century. The closest I can come up with in Latin is "corpus animatum" (animated corpse).
- "Corpus animatum corpo animatum corpus animatum est." That's a mouthful and is most likely incorrect.
I wonder, if there is a single word equivalent to "zombie." Something like "corpus corpo corpus est" would sound nice (provided that's a proper sentence).