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May, this month

May 18th, 2017 Posted by Blog, Content, Facebook, Foreign Languages, Global, Language, Marketing, Translation No Comment yet

Did you know that in most Western languages, the name of the current month derives from the Latin “Maius (Majus) mensis” or “the month of Maia (Maja)”?  Maia or Maja was the wife of the Roman god Vulcan (Hefesto (Ἥφαιστος) to the Greeks) and a (perhaps minor) goddess of Earth.  She may not have been considered a very auspicious deity, however, and may not have been (as contemporary Neo-Pagans tend to believe of all ancient goddesses) a fertility agent.  In fact, Ovid calls her month “evil,” and strongly advises that May marriages are “unlucky.”

Everything’s new again

January 1st, 2017 Posted by Advertising, Blog, Brand management, Branding, Content, Design, Development, Facebook, Foreign Languages, Global, Graphic design, Instagram, Language, Marketing, Photography, Social enterprise, Social Media, Social responsibility, Solidarity, Test Category, Translation, Web Design No Comment yet

Here is to a much better 2017! Happy New Year!

¡Feliz Año Nuevo!!טובה שנה с новым годом! Срећна Нова година! Bonne année! ¡Feliz Ano Novo!
Ευτυχισμένο το νέο έτος! Maligayang Bagong Taon! Chúcmừng năm mới! 新年快乐! 賀正! 새해 복
많이 받으세요! Gelukkig nieuwjaar! Felice anno nuovo! Честита Нова Година! Onnellista uutta vuotta!

Happy 2017!

Sundays have as many names as there are different languages

November 20th, 2016 Posted by Advertising, Blog, Content, Foreign Languages, Global, Language, Social Media, Translation No Comment yet



It has been a while since we posted something about the etymology of the names we use to designate the days of the week in the multitude of languages that form our family of languages. Therefore, we will tell you how Sunday got its name.