This looks like it really wants to be post hoc ergo propter hoc ("after this, therefore because of this"), but no matter how hard I try I can't get "ergo propter" out of "rge ptporca".
can someone unscramble this puzzle? it's a latin phrase........... it , om, lti, mul, mu, ta; , mo ne nia nov, it's for a game I'm playing. thanksHas any one given an answer to the questionfinally figured this out!!! when reading the instructions it says "ive seen this before", so i went back to the beginning of the game(the map).....there it was. So for anyone playing Magic Encyclopedia, here is the latin phrase...MULTI MULTA; NEMO OMNIA NOVITThankyou too pro lol
it all depends on which consept you are using it in
The phrase "loyal trustworthy service" when translated from English to Latin is 'fidelis servicii." It is simple to make translations using a software program that translates online.
Using all the letters, you get watermelon
Using all the letters you get: congregation
The Romans expressed the idea of imagining by using a phrase which literally means to create in the mind: animo fingere.
The letters 'nontoen' cannot unscramble to spell a single word.You can spell the five letter word tenon using some of the letters.
The letters 'ciiotren' cannot unscramble to spell a single word.You can spell a few seven letter words using some of the letters. They are:CitrineInciterNoticer
Using all the letters, you get chemical
These letters can unscramble to spell the country Germany. You can also spell a few six letter words using some of the letters including German, manger and ragmen.