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What does 'Is the Latin seed worked' mean?
The Latin equivalent of the question 'Is the Latin seed worked' is Estne semen Latinum exercitum? In the word-by-word translation, the verb 'est' is combined with the inseparable interrogative suffix 'ne', to mean '[he/she/it] is'. The noun 'semen' means 'seed'. The adjective 'Latinum' means 'Latin'. The past participle verb 'exercitum' means 'worked'.
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laboro (I work) and laborare (to work) are the verbs. The noun is opus ( operis , n.), or labor (- oris , m.) for "work" in the sense of "toil, exertion."
Believe it or not, the latin word for seed is semen.
Ergo, as a preposition, means on "account of" or "because of." And as an adverb "therefore."
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The Latin Seed is Candlenut cultivated and harvested from the Amazon Basin in Brazil. It has been traditionally used as a wellbeing product in South America for thousands of y…ears. The seed is very high in essentual fatty acids and has demonstrated effectiveness in helpign people to lose weight and imrove their health.
If you mean the Latin Seed, weightloss 'aid' it is actually Brazilian Candlenut seed - also known as Kukui nut seed [ Aleurites moluccana ] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuku…i. The Latin Seed is sourced from the Amazon Basin near the Bolivian border, the seeds are reputed to absorb the nutrients from the Amazon soil and have been used in South America for generations for their health properties including weight loss. The seed is reported to help normalise cholesterol, blood pressure and has a detoxing element to its action.
Semen is the Latin equivalent of 'seed'. It's a neuter gender noun in the singular. Its literal meaning is 'what is sown or planted, seed'; or 'what recently has grown from s…eed', such as a young shoot, seedling, scion, child. Its looser translation is 'race, stock'; 'elements' in the sense of water, stone, fire, etc.; 'cause, origin'; or 'author, instigator'.
One such word, but based entirely on Greek roots, is spermatogenesis .