Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.
Re vera, cara mea, mea nil refert.
"In truth, my dear, that has nothing to do with me" is one of many loosely translated English equivalents of the urban Latin phrase Re vera, cara mea, mea nil refert.Specifically, the feminine noun re in its ablative form is "thing". The feminine adjective vera means "true". The feminine adjective cara means "dear". The feminine possessive adjective mea means "my". The indeclinable nil means "nothing". The verb refert literally translates as "bears, brings back".The phrase is a rendering into Latin of the last sentence which Rhett Butler says to Scarlett O'Hara in the novel Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell (November 8, 1900-August 16, 1949).
Vera in Italian means "true" in English.
Juan Manuel Vera Selma has written: 'De cara a la oscuridad'
Vera means "side" and cruz means "cross."
Rich Village of the True Cross.
No, it's a female name in English.
The English meaning of the Latin word 'vera' is 'genuine, real or true'. It may go on to mean 'truthful or veracious', and even 'just or reasonable'. The pronunciation is as follows: VAY-rah.
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verus, vera, verum. We get the English derivative, "verify" from it.
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Alfredo Vera Vera died in 1999.
Alfredo Vera Vera was born in 1910.
"True faith" or "The true faith" are English equivalents of the Italian phrase lLa vera fedeSpecifically, the feminine singular definite article lameans "the." The feminine adjective vera means "true." The feminine noun fede means "faith."The pronunciation is "lah VEH-rah FEH-deh."
Believe love speaking the truth. From St. Jerome.
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Vera Sticker goes by Vera.
"The true one", "the wedding ring" or "the well curb" may be English equivalents of the Italian phrase la vera.Specifically, the feminine singular definite article lameans "the". Depending upon context, the ferminine noun veramay mean "wedding ring" or "well curb". The feminine pronoun vera means "true (female, one, woman, thing)".Regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciation will be "la VE-ra" in Italian.