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Hello! I am looking for a correct translation, english to latin, on how to say another before myself and the needs of others are greater than my own, and
Is this correct? The adjective (sola) and the noun (scriptura) are in the ablative case rather than the nominative case -wiki Is a macron required in
Hi I've just recently found my family crest and on the top its got (Luctor) on the top what does this mean?? Thanks Hi, Ryan. It means I struggle.
Students just starting out in Latin always want to know how to say YES and NO. While Latin has no words that translate directly to yes and no, there are several common ways to express the affirmative and the negative. Here are a few of the most useful.
I'm trying to traslate a passage about Caesar's death and one of the sentences is Idibus Martiis Caesar ob infirmum valetudinem domo exire dubitavit. How
Effective vocabulary strategies: Teaching compound Latin roots helps students not only learn a new root word, but also reinforce and expand familiar vocabulary.
Hello! I'm planning out a tattoo of a semicolon (to signify my fight against my depression and how I have chosen to keep living my story instead of ending
Hello, A friend of mine is writing a story and needs to know how to say 135th Anniversary in Latin. Like Centennial, but 135. If you like, you may name
Dear Latin Teacher, Please Translate from Latin to English: Coquus ova et ostreas gustationi coquere voluit. Dear Anonymous, The cook wanted to
Hello, I would like to know what the Latin translation would be for: I came, I saw, I will conquer. I Googled this but I feel like the translation
Salve, Magister! If I'm asked Estne puella pulchra?, I can answer with ita or nego, but don't these terms translate to in this manner! and I deny? How
For example when translating from English to Latin, Julius loves his homeland, would eius be used. Therefore would the answer be Julius eius patria amat?
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Hello, What would be the correct translation for In yourself you can trust Thanks, John Dear John, You can trust in yourself is Tibi credere
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Vincit qui se vincit... I know that this translates to he conquers who conquers himself. What would be the feminine equivalent of this? Thank you!
Luctor et emergo means I struggle and emerge. What would the translation be if it was the plural We struggle and emerge? Dear Edward, Luctamur et emergimus.
Hi. I would like to use a playful catch phrase for my fellow bookworms. I've seen online that carpe librum supposedly means seize the book or enjoy the
What is the correct translation of the following: to you, and all of those who wander the lonely mountain trails of this world... 1.vobis quod totus illorum
Dear Latin Teacher: Centennial, bicentennial, tricentennial, etc. are familiar Latin-based words that name a period of time. I've also seen the prefix
Hello, We are attempting to print some sales literature with the latin translation of In the blood there is truth. We all know enough to be dangerous.
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Dear Latin Teacher, In the movie The Abominable Snowman, Peter Cushing uses a phrase that sounds like Homo Pestans, which he then translates to mean Man
Hi, Very sorry to bother you. I am an author, currently writing a book about a fictional utopian college. The college is known as the 'College of Inventions'
Would you be able to translate the phrase below from English to Latin? I've included two forms if it makes translation easier. 1. For the brave and faithful,
Here is the sentence: Haec scripsi non otii abuntantia, sed amoris erga te I found that this translates to: I have written this, not from having an abundance
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Build English vocabulary from Latin roots. The Latin word LUX, LUCIS provides several derivatives from basic to advanced.
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