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How do you say play in Latin?
February 07, 2012 9:48PM
This is the accusative (object) form of the noun "fabula," meaning "play, story, tale." The English word "fable" derives from this word.
The Latin verb for "play" is "ludo."
Its related noun, "ludus," has multiple contexts, including sport (or gladiatorial) play, student and board game.