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Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?

 
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03/13/2013 01:18 PM
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Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Went to Italian/ English dictionary, could not find anything.

just wondering what the name means.
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03/13/2013 01:19 PM
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
His name means Roman
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03/13/2013 01:26 PM
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
can't find a translation of the surname. But it is a place.

[link to maps.google.com]
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03/13/2013 01:26 PM
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Berg = mountain (rock/petrus)
Oglio = oglio river in Lombard Italy (Roma)

There you go ... Petrus Romanus.
αιδουσι ~ "The angel of the LORD encampeth round about them that fear him, and delivereth them." (Psa 34:7)
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Berg = mountain (rock/petrus)
Oglio = oglio river in Lombard Italy (Roma)

There you go ... Petrus Romanus.
 Quoting: Son of the Isle


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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Berg = mountain (rock/petrus)
Oglio = oglio river in Lombard Italy (Roma)

There you go ... Petrus Romanus.
 Quoting: Son of the Isle


Actually Oglio means baker, so his last name is Stone Baker, or Stone Mason.
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Bergoglio isn't nearly as interesting as Francis. For whatever reason, this prelate from the Jesuits chose to take the name of the founder of the single religious order least similar to his own.
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03/13/2013 01:41 PM
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
can't find a translation of the surname. But it is a place.

[link to maps.google.com]
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Means burger in Pashtun.
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
A more apt translation would be "mountain stew".

If his family is from the Tyrol region, then the mixture of germanic and romance languages spoken in the region could have resulted in the combination of a german word (berg, or mountain) with "olla", "olio", "oglio" (roughly translating as "dish with many ingredients").
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
bergog is the only part of the last name that should be translated; its probably German....thus the Italianess of his family suspect.

that he's in Argentina, probably means his family fled the homosexual fascism that was run amok in europe at the time.
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Berg = mountain (rock/petrus)
Oglio = oglio river in Lombard Italy (Roma)

There you go ... Petrus Romanus.
 Quoting: Son of the Isle


wtf
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I AM THE GREAT BERGOGLIO: I need TP for my bunghole!


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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Berg = Mountain
Og = Original Gangster.

lio = useless suffix to ethnicize names.

Loose Translation:

Original Mountain Gangster
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03/13/2013 01:57 PM
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Berg = Mountain
Og = Original Gangster.

lio = useless suffix to ethnicize names.

Loose Translation:

Original Mountain Gangster
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34023421


og = cakes.

loose translation:

Mountain Cakes...

if that is correct it is not good.
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
or Lio is lion.

Mountain Lion Cakes....
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03/13/2013 02:03 PM
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Bergaglio
Verga=penis
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Rock (or Mountain) of Rome.

The first "Black Magic" pope.

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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
It's kind of a funky lastname.
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03/13/2013 02:29 PM
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Bergoglio hasn't a direct translation in Italian. "Berg" may remind the city of Bergamo, in Lombardy. Also the "Oglio" is a river in Lombardy, and Lombardy is over 300 miles from Rome, so ... no reference to anything stony or Roman.

But I think his name may remind something in Hebrew: Ber reminds "Bar", that at the beginning of a name means "son of". In Ezekiel’s prophecy, "Gog" will be the leader of a great army that attacks the land of Israel. "Lio" reminds the latin "leo" that stands for "lion".

So the name might remind: "Son of Gog's Lion".
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Bergoglio hasn't a direct translation in Italian. "Berg" may remind the city of Bergamo, in Lombardy. Also the "Oglio" is a river in Lombardy, and Lombardy is over 300 miles from Rome, so ... no reference to anything stony or Roman.

But I think his name may remind something in Hebrew: Ber reminds "Bar", that at the beginning of a name means "son of". In Ezekiel’s prophecy, "Gog" will be the leader of a great army that attacks the land of Israel. "Lio" reminds the latin "leo" that stands for "lion".

So the name might remind: "Son of Gog's Lion".
 Quoting: bepposaxer 36119270


The Latin "Romanus" is not directly referring to Rome itself.

Verb: ROMA - The Roma People
Suffix: NUS - Belonging to ( a | the ),

See more at : [link to en.wikipedia.org]

The Oglio river and Lombardy are Home to the Vlach-Romani People. The symbol of the Roma people is the same as the Jesuit order. The Sun Wheel (aka. Sun Cross). With the center of the wheel being the "all seeing eye".

Roma Flag: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

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[link to en.wikipedia.org]


Besides, you silly Italian, The Lombards are not Itallian, they are Germanic in origin. Also, Rome was not named after itself! ( [link to en.wikipedia.org] )

Last Edited by Son of the Isle on 03/14/2013 12:21 PM
αιδουσι ~ "The angel of the LORD encampeth round about them that fear him, and delivereth them." (Psa 34:7)
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
A more apt translation would be "mountain stew".

If his family is from the Tyrol region, then the mixture of germanic and romance languages spoken in the region could have resulted in the combination of a german word (berg, or mountain) with "olla", "olio", "oglio" (roughly translating as "dish with many ingredients").
 Quoting: Lost Fisherman


Stone soup?
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
I held up the name Bergoglio in the mirror and it read Oilpopred.

Oil stands for petrol or petrus.
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Stone soup?
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That's an excellent portuguese dish. You guys should try it sometime !

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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Broglio in Italian means fraud/cheat
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Its just means 'Manly Farmer', nothing to do with Rome, Peter or the colour black.
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Re: Anyone have a translation of "Bergoglio" ?
Its just means 'Manly Farmer', nothing to do with Rome, Peter or the colour black.
 Quoting: SheldonReturns


Cover up. The etymology for this translation does not exist among the peoples of this region.
αιδουσι ~ "The angel of the LORD encampeth round about them that fear him, and delivereth them." (Psa 34:7)

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