How would you say And in Latin?
- 1. ET
- 2. AC
- 3. ATQUE
- 4. QUOD
- 5. QUE
- 6. ADQUE
- 7. NECNON
- 8. AUTEM
To say intelligent in Latin you would say intelligens. To say intelligent in Italian you would say intelligente. In Greek you would say exypnos.
legato is how you would say legacy in Latin.
You would say, "ostendis off" to say "you show off" in latin.
"everto absum" is how you would say "be gone" in Latin.
"Sadzit" is how you would say Heal in Latin (or Latvin.)
Youd just say "nick in latin"
To say her in Latin is eam or used as a pronoun it would be sua.
To say the word lightning in Latin, a person would say the word "ignis." To say thunder in Latin, the word is "tonitrua."
To say "Bobby" in Pig Latin, you would say: Obby-Bay.
The Latin word for hospitality is hospitium. To say hospitality in Italian you would say ospitalita. In French you would say hospitalite.
Pig Latin for you is oo-yay.
'He did his best' is 'Fecit optimus' in Latin.
In latin, it would be " sosores peccatum".
In Pig Latin you would say, "at home," as "at-yay, ome-hay.'
Ceasar would speak in Latin. In Latin you could say "why" in one of three ways: quare, quamobrem, cur
You would say Oliviayay.
That would be 'mille'.
"Tu et me."
You would say "Ogan-lay"
Exactly the same as you would say it in English.
You would say cena magna.
Liquidus would be the Latin word for the English word liquid.
Not sure about Latin. In Spanish, you would say "montañoso".
Light of God would translate into Latin as lux dei.
Unda is the Latin word for wave. You would say hello by saying salve. Say goodbye by saying, vale.
To say black rose in Latin is roseis tenebras. Normally the word for black in Latin would be atrabilious, but since it was used in a sentence with a flower it changed.
You would say "salvete."
In Pig Latin you would say Michelle, "I-may, elle-chay."
The Latin word for heather is calluna, derived from Greek kalluna.
There are so many different versions of Latin that there's many ways to say it. One way to say it would be "umbra de infinitas".
scribo with a long o
Pretty sure it would be "Italium".
"see you soon" wouldn't be a complete sentence in latin, but if you wanted to say "i will see you soon" then it would be "Te mocem videbo"
The Latin word for immortality is 'immortalitas.' However, the ending would change when it is not the subject of the sentence.
Iesus is Latin for Jesus. Jesus is Aramaic for the Hebrew name Yeshua or Yehoshua.
you say helmet in latin (casco)<- in latin