In armis angeli
Yes. Tribrachial is the meaning of three arms in Latin
Yes. quintibrachial is the meaning for five arms in Latin
Yes. Vigintibrachial means twenty arms in Latin.
The word Quadribrachial means four arms in Latin language.
Yes. Hexabrachial mean six arms in Greek and Latin
Usually on the arms.
This Latin quote could possible mean to fight (pugna), to love (ama), to fight with arms (arma), and to bear (ferre).
I don't think so. The only song that I remember being played in Titanic was "My Heart Will Go On" in various renditions. I know "In the Arms of the Angels" or "Angels" was played in the movie "City of Angels" with Nicholas Cage, but I don't think it was in the movie "Titanic".
yes, the name of the movie is City of the Angels...
The Latin word for "seal" is sigillum if you are talking about a seal on a letter or a coat of arms.
In the arms of the angels. I believe it is on her Mirrorball cd, and I know it is in the city of angels soundtrack
A hexamand is a humanoid creature with six arms. Hexa = six in Greek; and Mand = arms in Latin, so a Hexamand means six armed or arms.
Argentine Tango, Latin Tango.
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1856, from German 'prezel', also 'brezel', from Old High German 'brezitella', from Middle Latin 'brachitellum', presumably a biscuit baked in the shape of folded arms (in prayer?) dim. of Latin 'bracchiatus', with branches/arms, from Latin bracchium 'arm' : : : :
As Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem says, his historic cry was, "To arms, to arms! The British are coming, the British are coming!".
literally "True God and honor". A lot of sites say it's "God and the honor" but that would translate to "Deo et le honori". anyway it's the Roque family coat of arms, and it's in Latin.
I'm not sure where you could find flute shhet music for arms of the angels. But if you find music you can translate it into any key. It will be particularly easy if it is already in the key of B-flat because that is the most basic key on flute. If that doesnt help go to your nearest music store and put in a request. If it is not on the internet that will be your best bet.
'Angel,' often called 'In the Arms of the Angel' or 'Arms of the Angel,' was featured on the soundtrack of the film 'City of Angels' (1998).
yes it is either Latin or Greek it means Tetra = four and Mand = arms, so a Tetramand means four armed or arms.
Many NFL football players have brands on their arms because of the fraternities they were in during college
Centaur is a mythical creature with head, arms and torso of a man and body and legs of a horse. In Latin it is called Tatem.
No. He might have shouted, "The Regulars are on the march!", or "To arms, to arms!", but as no recording devices existed at the time, we will never have an exact quote.
Virtute et armis which when translated from the Latin means By Valor and Arms.