A Cat's Blooming Rose

Welcome to our Site. In here, you will find everything related to Black Cat such as episode summary (coming soon), sound track, lyrics and characters and will later include fan fictions, poems, songs, fan-arts and other related items to this pairing. We also aims to spread the yaoi pairing Creed/Train or Train/Creed. Their roles are totally changeable. After all, it wouldn't be love if the don't have a balanced role, would it?

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Saturday, May 23, 2009


Interesting Fact #3: Train

Train, as the dictionary puts it, means to let drag behind; thus, Creed always followed Train. Train in Latin means comitatus and Creed in Latin is credo meaning 'I believe', so how about saying Creed Train then translate it into Latin and back to English while leaving Creed as is when it is translated from credo. At first it should credo comitatus when it is translated into Latin. In its final stages it should say 'I believe Train' when it is translated back into English.


1 comment:

  1. Well, I don't know Latin at all but I think there can be many words for Train for example, Train can be interpreted in two ways. Train as in a vehicle and train as in to get used to something. The distinction would be "I'm riding a train" and "I'm going to train harder." So we can't really be sure. But of course, it's your interpretation. I'm really surprised by this name things too ^_^