I saw a tile store called Terra Firma once... And Veni, Vidi, Wi-fiwould be a great name for an ISP.
trans = across scribo = write
Cerium has the atomic number 58, and is abbreviated as "Ce". It'sname comes from "Ceres", meaning asteroid. In addition to theasteroid meaning, Cerium also comes from the Roman version of thegod Demeter. Demeter was the god of agriculture in Ancient Greece.
viridi contrarium (I think) .
Securis is the word for Axe.
The English word pyre comes from the Latin pyra . Afuneral pyre is a pile of wood (or other material that can burn)for burning a dead body. The combining form pyro- can beused to form other words, such as pyrotechnics (fireworks orsensational display) and pyromania (a compulsion to setfires...
in latin: ignis means fire (ignite is derrived from this) and flama means flame
The root of the English word "fire" is Germanic, not Latin, but it is cognate to the Greek word "pyr".
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
" Ultio " is a Latin equivalent of "revenge." The Latin word is a feminine noun. Latin has no definite ("the") or indefinite ("a, one") articles for any of its nouns. The pronunciation is the following: "OOL-tyoh" in classical Latin and "OOL-tsyoh" in the liturgical Latin of the Church. ultion...
The root word for malice is the latin adjective malus which means "evil or bad"
Anima mea liquefacta est is Latin for "My soul was melted." It comes from the Vulgate Bible's Latin translation of the Song of Solomon, Chapter 5, verse 6, and has been set to music by a number of composers. The complete verse runs: .
Pessulum ostii aperui dilecto meo, at ille declinaverat atque...
Homines in domibus vitreis habitantes lapidos jacere non debent.
flammis is the dative case of the noun flamma which means "Flame""
In typical binomial nomenclature, the first name represents theGenus, while the second the Species.
You don't. They didn't exist in Ancient Rome, so there is no trueLatin word for them. If you wanted to, you could use "secundooculos" (second eyes) because it's an apt description.
The Latin word for electronics is ELECTRONICA.
"of or belonging to pregnant women"
verus amori nunquam mori - true love never dies
Spes (genitive: spei, f) - hope Sperare - to hope.
the devil is translated 'le diable' in French
The phrase: Et in terra pax hominibus bonae voluntatis means "and on earth peace to men of good will"
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.'
Some words are... 1. Bisect 2. dissect 3. Insect 4. Section 5. Intersection
This is the dative case of the noun Latus which means "side:"
The Latin phrase Rex meus es means "You are my king" in English
In the Classical language the term was stella errans , stella erratica or stella erro , all of which mean "wandering star." Later the Greek term for "wandering," planetes , was adopted into Latin, taking the first-declension form planeta (genitive planetae ) or the third-declension form ...
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!
Yes terra means earth in latin
The most logical translation is "something repayed" coming from the Latin word from which retribution is derived.
"Et quid est tuus nomen?"
"Meus nomen est Matthew."
Ambulemus , or eamus ambulatum ("let's go walking").
The word mean can be used as a verb, adjective and a noun, e.g It means a lot to me - verb He's a mean person - adjective 10 is the mean of 5 and 15 - noun
Librax is manufactured by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International
Australis is the Latin word for southern regions and therefore Australia is the southern land.
I believe it is "thoughts"
In Latin, mother is "mater."
The Latin word for iron is ferrum which is why the symbol for iron on the periodic table is Fe
The word "with" is not a Latin word nor is it derived from a Latin word. The Latin word for "with" is cum.
juanes live in key Biscayne Florida he actually lives a block away from me
You could use priv- , from privare, privatus
"Vina" is Latin for 'wine.'
"Tu vida es mala" is "Your life is bad"
Some words that use the root aqua in them are: aquaculture Aquamarine Aquanaut aquaplane Aquarium aquarian Aquatone Aquatic se aqua tic semiaquatic subaquatic
The English word "audience" is a word derived from Latin meaning those who hear
If you're looking for an online dictionary to translate single words, William Whitaker's Words is quite good, although you're better off downloading a verson to run locally rather than using any of the online hosted sites, which can be buggy. (See related links below.) If you're looking to...
The infinitive ("to live . . .") would be gladio vivere . The imperative (command) form would be gladio vive (singular) or gladio vivite (plural).
Pater is the Latin word for father
It is the possessive case for noster - meaning our or ours. See Pater Noster = Our Father
The original term is spurius . The words bastardus and illegitimus were introduced sometime during the Middle Ages.
That would be darling dilingo(or amor)