I have been cycling rather a lot recently, and have been thinking of forming my own cycling team. To be honest, this has become somewhat secondary to the quest to find something entertaining in latin to place upon a cycling Jersey (full disclosure - am not particularly adept at cycling, and have little interest in a cycling team beyond creating a jersey with cryptic ancient wisdom and wearing it in public).
Are there any latin scholars available to critique my somewhat dubious attempts at Latin before I commit my stream of consciousness to an article of clothing and parade my ignorance to the world in general?
In Volantis Inquisicio: The Flying Inqusition
Fun Latin Stuff to put on a Jersey:
In Vesco Veritas: feed the truth/eat the truth/in eating, truth
In triticis, veritas: In wheat, truth
Triturabis Haeretici: Thresh the Heretics
volantis triticeus veritas: wheaten flying Truth
triticeus veritas: Truth sown in wheat
To be honest, the "thresh the heretics" line is nice but means nothing without a wheat-based reference, but "In Vesco Veritas" is, I think, the best latin-based line I can possibly think up, assuming it really means "Eat the truth". Which it probably doesn't.
PS - yes, I really do think that 7 years is an appropriate length of time to sit and wait before posting a thread. Suck it newbies.