Amici Scopuli

ah-MEE-chee SKAW-puh-lee

This simple name can be interpreted a number of different ways, as amici can be a noun or an adjective, and scopuli can be either a genetive or a plural, and can mean either "cliff" or "danger".

  • "Friends of the Cliff". Itself, this can either mean that the group is a friend to the cliff, or a group of friends who happen to be from the cliff.
  • "Friends of Danger". Suitable for any group of people who chase after dinosaurs or strange alien insect-creatures capable of slicing people to ribbons.
  • "The Friendly Dangers". Because each member of the group is in their own way quite dangerous (some more threatening than others).
  • "The Friendly Cliffs". A less likely interpretation.
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