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Small change

I noticed that the last paragraph before the trivia section said that "argento" is the Latin word for "silver". This is only partially correct--the correct word is "argentum," where "argento" is an inflection of "argentum" (dative or ablative singular, preciseely). Citing an inflected form without mentioning the stem of the word is improper form, so I changed the paragraph in question. Instead of saying that "argento" means silver, it now says that Argento's name comes from the word "argentum," which can be inflected to "argento". There's also a link to the Wikipedia page on Latin nouns for reference. Additionally, I moved the paragraph to trivia and added a bulleted list, since it really does belong under trivia. 04:02, July 6, 2011 (UTC)

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