Saturday, September 1, 2007


Wow... what is this person attempting to say by their
fancy personalized license plate?

plate submitted by: Kiraa

6 Comments and Guesses:

jeff biebighauser said...

"pneumata" is greek for "spirits". as if that clears anything up.

Dawn Morgan said...

Eewwww! I don't like it!

Alicia said...

yeah this is probably another Jesusy one. some Christians like to jazz up their spiritual language by using the original Greek/Hebrew/Aramaic words for things. like calling your Bible study group AGAPE because that is the Greek word used in the Bible for brotherly love. Pneumata would be a reference to the Holy Spirit then. is actually a website for a Christian dance troupe, which illustrates my point.

or maybe it is a comment on the car's tires? pneumatic is also a technical term to describe something that is filled with compressed air (like a tire)

Anonymous said...

Alicia... love that term, Jesusy, that's one I've never heard.
That aside, it could very well be that person IS Greek and happens to believe strongly in their ancestral spirits.

Anonymous said...

How about "spirits" as cocktails/liquor? He's a party animal?

Gavin Elster said...

Akuna pnumata! I love the Lion King! ;)