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What is Zombie in Latin?

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There is not a word for Zombie in Latin.
But 'Living Dead' in Latin is Victus Mortuus.
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Will there be a zombie?

Highly Unlikey. Unless some science experiment goes wrong.

What are zombies?

  Zombies are the dead reanimated. to turn into a zombie either get bitten,scratched,by a zombie or if their blood gets into you you will turn. or die when the virus is

What is a zombie?

A zombie is known as a undead creature, something that was dead but came back to life, in some movies, literature, or games, the zombies are in existence because of some virus

Are you a zombie?

Zombies are the enslaved living dead, or those under the influence of voodoo or other supernatural forces. This is close to the definition of supervisors on WikiAnswers, but n

Latin for - it is what it is?

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What is Latin?

Latin is a dead language, originally from Italy. It is the ancestor of so called Latin languages, such as Italian, French and Spanish. It had a major influence on English too.

What is them in Latin?

of them : eorum to, for, by, or with them : eis them (object of verb) : eos

Have in Latin?

habeo - i have habemus - we have habes - you have habetis - you (all) have habet - he has habent - they have

What is the Latin for no?

  The word for no in Latin is:   minime (men-i-may)-Which is a reply to a yes or no question.   non (noen)-This describes somethinng. i.e. There are no sodas left.

What is and in Latin?

The most common word for "and" in Latin is probably "et," although there are other words that mean "and" in Latin. To name a few, "ac," "atque," and "-que." The last one is an

Latin for do not do no?

When translating Latin, the part of sentence in which the word is  used plays a part in deciding the proper version of the word, as  there are many different endings. The ph