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You have it. The term homo sapiens is latin and means a wise man. Homo=man. Sapiens= wise, judicious, thinking.
The taxonomic classification of "Homo sapiens" is Latin for "knowing man" or "wise man".
The Latin name of our species, "Homo Sapiens", means "wise (or intelligent) man".
Literally "Wise man", in Latin.
Not exactly; it means "wise".
Translated literally from the latin it meant "man wise wise" or wise wise man and it means man who knows - and knows that he knows - ie he has a sense of his own being. It is what truly distinguishes us from other sentient beings.
It is Latin for wise man. It means the human species in a whole.
Homo means "man" in Latin. Homo sapiens, then, means "wise man."
Homosapien. NO. These are 2 Latin words (HOMO SAPIENS), meaning "WISE MAN".
Homo is man sapiens is wise
all knowing wise man
Sapien, derived from the latin language, translates into the word wise. Put with Homo as Homo sapien, it would be loosely transfered as "Wise Man"
Humans are the species Homo sapiens, from the Latin for "thinking (or wise) man".
A wise man knows when to hold his tongue.
"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool". -Shakespeare
The gravitational pull on the falling man and the wind resistance acting against the fall.
Homo comes from the Latin work meaning Man. Sapien come from Latin meaning Wise, Knowledgeable. Taxonomically, Homo comes from the Genus Hominidae and sapien is our species.
Kahuna means a Hawaiian wise man or shaman.
Homo sapiens (Latin: "wise man") is the binomial nomenclature (also known as the scientific name) for the human species.
A wise man is one who is wise enough to feel and say sorry when he commits an act that hurts others
Homo Sapien is Latin for "Wise Man" - although "sensible or judicious" are alternatives to wise. The "homo" part indicates membership of the homo genus of which homo sapiens are the only surviving examples.
Diogenes said this.
Fearsaidh or eagnaidh, both mean 'wise man'.
There is no Latin word man.
The Spanish Armada was not defeated by one man, it was defeated by the weather and its inability to sail against the prevailing wind.