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Translating English words into Latin. How you say and spell English language words and phrases in the Latin language.
I saw a tile store called Terra Firma once... And Veni, Vidi, Wi-fi  would be a great name for an ISP.
Cerium has the atomic number 58, and is abbreviated as "Ce". It's  name comes from "Ceres", meaning asteroid. In addition to the  asteroid meaning, Cerium also comes from the Roman version of the  god Demeter. Demeter was the god of agriculture in Ancient Greece.
   viridi contrarium (I think)       
  Securis is the word for Axe. 
It is the same, krypton.
The English word pyre comes from the Latin pyra. A  funeral pyre is a pile of wood (or other material that can burn)  for burning a dead body. The combining form pyro- can be  used to form other words, such as pyrotechnics (fireworks or  sensational display) and pyromania (a compulsion to set ...
in latin: ignis means fire (ignite is derrived from this)and flama means flame
This phrase originated when science was not so sophisticated as today and used much by pioneers as well as seafarers in the 1700s. The belief was, and is supported by some modern research, that your nose knows which way is north; seems there is something in the nose that detects magnetic north. If...
"enodo" says http://latinlexicon.org/definition.php?p1=1155418&p2=e
Type your answer here... its teacher or more specifically female teacher
"Principis."
The root word for malice is the latin adjective malus which means "evil or bad"
The Latin word for electronics is ELECTRONICA.
Spes (genitive: spei, f) - hope Sperare - to hope.
INRI is an acronym formed from the phrase Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum, which means "Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews." This is the text that, according to the Gospel of John (John 19:19), was written by Pilate and displayed on the cross on which Jesus was crucified.
spelled the same but have different meanings
If you mean to weep, then it is 'lacrimat.'
Reditus ad spatium means "the return to space." Redi(te) ad spatium means "return to space!"
The only word   The only correct answer is "BOOKKEEPER". What about coffee? How about the Aussie's cooee ! I only know of coffee and toffee. SUCCEED!
Ambulemus, or eamus ambulatum ("let's go walking").
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Ignosce/ignoscite mihi.
In Latin, mother is "mater."
juanes live in key Biscayne Florida he actually lives a block away from me
"Vina" is Latin for 'wine.'
The infinitive ("to live . . .") would be gladio vivere. The imperative (command) form would be gladio vive (singular) or gladio vivite (plural).
This would literally be translated as "The Lord guides (or rules,  or directs) me". These are the first words of Psalm 22 in Latin,  which corresponds to Psalm 23 in most English translations. The  phrase in English is usually translated as "The Lord is my  shepherd".
The Irish word for silver is airgead.airgead    it is also the word for money
Days of the week in Latin :Monday- dies lunaeTuesday- dies martisWednesday- dies mercuriThursday- dies iovisFriday- dies venerisSaturday- dies saturniSunday- dies solis
Somnium (-ii, n).
Librum tibi (vobis, if plural) dabo.
The Latin word for food is "cibus."
Latin was the language of the Roman people and the lingua franca of  the Roman Empire.
Latin is an interesting language because much of English is derived from it. After taking Latin, I found that I was more comfortable using words I was once unfamiliar with because I was able to find meaning through Latin roots. Also, Latin is very helpful with grammar. Everything has a case:...
Incendia Extraho.
pullus means "fowl or chicken"
Salve! (singular) Salvete! (plural)
The scientific name for copper actually is copper. The name comes  the Latin corpum, which translates as something from Cyprus.
"ειμαι ερωτευμένος μαζι σου" in greek ime erotevmenos mazi sou
The word "cumulus" is a term in meteorology and science used to  describe round, puffy clouds with flat bottoms. The word actually  come from Latin origin, where it literally means "heap".
There are many Latin translations for the English word 'value'.  Some of the more common are aestimo, pendo, censeo, and puto.
The word "purge" comes from Latin "purgare", which means "to clean". We also get the word "purgatory" from the same latin base.
Best friend (male) = Amicus optimusBest friend (female) = Amica optima
Omnia sunt bene. [All things are well.]
what is the Latin word for "now"
The Latin for maiden is virgo.
Sta- is from the Latin verb STO, STARE meaning "to stand". From it we get the English word "stationary".