'Marcassin' means 'boar' in French?

#1JarlathazzardPosted 4/10/2013 3:19:39 PM
Has anyone else noticed that the word "marcassin" means a "young wild boar" in French? Pretty cool given that he is the Porcine Prince!
#2sweet_kuchiPosted 4/10/2013 5:09:37 PM
Gascon is apparently some kind of rare breed of pig.
#3Vercinget0rixPosted 4/10/2013 5:35:37 PM
Hamelin has ham in it.
#4Jarlathazzard(Topic Creator)Posted 4/10/2013 6:25:09 PM
@sweetkuchi Cool, you're right!
#5Alias_NemesisPosted 4/10/2013 6:47:01 PM
I am French Canadian and "Marcassin" means a Boar younger than 6 months.
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#6jtrevor99Posted 4/10/2013 10:13:36 PM
Meanwhile, the similarity between Swaine and Swine is unmistakable.
#7the_requiemPosted 4/11/2013 10:37:02 PM
jtrevor99 posted...
Meanwhile, the similarity between Swaine and Swine is unmistakable.


Swaine is a very thinly veiled anagram of A Swine.
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#8Petite-DryadPosted 4/12/2013 12:25:39 AM
the_requiem posted...
jtrevor99 posted...
Meanwhile, the similarity between Swaine and Swine is unmistakable.


Swaine is a very thinly veiled anagram of A Swine.


Which suits him perfectly LOL XD
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#9Vercinget0rixPosted 4/12/2013 6:42:08 AM
Guys. Hamelin has ham in it.
#10thefinaloraclePosted 4/12/2013 7:56:11 AM
Vercinget0rix posted...
Guys. Hamelin has ham in it.


Was there really a need to post that twice?
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