Results for: Vitamer

In Translations

Ad vitam aut culpam?

Literally "To life or fault", this is a Latin phrase used in Scottish law. It indicates that a position is to be held as a lifetime appointment unless misconduct occurs.
In Latin to English

Meaning of Ad vitam aeternam adsum?

Without context, it's hard to tell what was meant. One translation: I am nearing eternal life.
In Vietnam

Is vitame an Asian country?

Vitame is not a country at all, it is a made-up word. If perhaps the person intended Vietnam, then, yes, Vietnam is an Asian country.
In Latin to English

What does 'Ad vitam aeternam' mean in English?

The phrase 'Ad vitam aeternam' is in Latin. The meaning in English is the following: To eternal life ; or, loosely, 'for all time', or 'forever'. The word-by-word translation ( Full Answer )
In Vietnam War

The causes of the vitam war?

it was because of conunism and democacy. they both had diffrent views,. I presume the words meant were 'Vietnam', 'Communism', 'Democracy'.
In English Spelling and Pronunciation

How do you pronounce ad vitam aeternam?

You have (at least) two choices: The classical pronunciation is "ahd WEE-tahm eye-TARE-nahm." The Church Latin pronunciation is "ahd VEE-tahm ay-TARE-nahm," where "ay" i ( Full Answer )
In Vitamins and Supplements

What are different bitween vitamin and vitamer?

vitamin is an organic compound required as a nutrient in tiny amounts by an organism, while a vitamer is a particular vitamin of any number of chemical substances, each o ( Full Answer )