Urīnantēs

In classical Latin, the word ūrīnantēs translates as “those who dive”. Primarily focused on UK scuba diving, I feature articles and personal dive logs from home and abroad. This is my my log ‘n’ blog. 

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In Classical Latin, the verb ūrīnārī meant “to dive into water”, ūrīnātor was “a diver” and ūrīnantēs “those who dive”. Latin ūrīnātor (“diver”), from ūrīnārī + -tor (suffix forming a (masculine) agent noun). Ūrīnārī is the present active infinitive of ūrīnor (“to plunge under water, dive”). Welcome Ūrīnātors, one and all!