Latin phrase for everything is lovely?
Omnia pulchra sunt.
The latin word for lovely is: "venustus"
Lovely is a phrase you use when you think some one looks nice for example: i think you look lovely today
The phrase "Family is Everything" could be translated, I believe, as "familia omnis est" or "familia est omnis". Take your pick of what you think sounds better :). Family is everything = Familia omnia (est). The proper form of 'omnis' that means 'everything' is 'omnes.' In Latin, it's a plural. The 'est' part (is) may be omitted, and typically was in Latin, although it's not incorrect to include it.
The word for hamster in Latin is Cricetus. Your welcome. You spell lovely.
Mya Lovely is an adult film star of Latin and and African American descent.
The Latin phrase for "as below" is "ut infra."
The English phrase "respect yourself" can be translated easily into Latin. Here it the phrase becomes the Latin phrase "quantum ad te".
What is the English translation of the Latin phrase Aequat omnis cinis impares nascimur pares morimur?
The Latin is a famous quotation from Seneca. It means Ashes (death) levels everything. We are born unequal; we die equal.
E bella is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "plus lovely." Specifically, the conjunction e means "and." The feminine adjective bella means "beautiful, handsome, lovely." The pronunciation is "eh BEHL-lah."
The Latin phrase ad hoc literally means "for this."
The Latin phrase for bad faith is mala fides. The Spanish phrase for these words is mala fe and the Italian phrase is malafede.
"Thank you! Everything is lovely!" in English is Grazie! Ogni cosa è piacevole! in Italian.
The phrase 'epic world' translated to Latin as 'heroicis mundi'
"Ex officio" is the Latin phrase that means "by virtue of his office."
Bella figlia is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "lovely daughter". Specifically, the feminine adjective bella means "beautiful, lovely". The feminine noun figlia translates as "daughter". The pronunciation will be "BEL-la FEE-lya" in Italian.
The English phrase "angel of love" has a very obvious Latin translation. In Latin it becomes the phrase "Angelus ex amore".
method of removing is the latin phrase of modus tollen
what Latin phrase means ultimate source Fons en origo
lovely=kirei* pearl=shinju *there is actually no direct translation of lovely from English to Japanese. But in a loose translation, kirei will do fine.
The phrase "fear the reaper" actually has a Latin translation. The English saying becomes the Latin phrase "timete qui metit".
The latin phrase 'a posse ad esse' means 'from possibility to reality'.
The Latin phrase is Cui bono? Usually it implies that something underhand or secret is going on.
The translation into Latin is a priori. To read more about this Latin phrase on Answers.com, see the Related Link.
Infinity is rooted in the Latin word "infinitas." If you're looking for a common latin phrase, I believe that would be "ad infinitum". Which means, "to infinity".
The latin term for "They exit" is Exeunt.
"Life" in Latin is vita.
The Latin word for teacher is "magistra."
Süßer, niedlicher Junge
The Latin phrase 'vidua sepeliebatur' means 'the widow was buried'.
Modus operandi (often abbreviated to MO) is a Latin phrase which translates approximately to "mode of operation".
The Latin legal phrase that may satisfy the question is: res ipsa loquitur--the things speaks for itself.
The phrase res ipsa loquitur is the Latin phrase translated "the thing speaks for itself"
What is the English translation of the Latin phrase 'What is the English translation of the Latin phrase 'Sapiens suam si sapientiam norit'?
The phrase means: Would you be wise if you knew wisdom?
The phrase is in Latin, and it translates to "It is."
Venato ergo sum
Amici linguæ latinæ, literally; friends of the latin language
latin for do more with less
The Latin word for 'forever' is aeternum.
amabilis, amibile amoenus, -a, -um venustus, -a, -um
Belle foto! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "lovely photos!" Specifically, the feminine plural adjective belle means "beautiful, handsome, lovely". The feminine invariable noun foto translates as "photo" or "photos" depending upon context. The pronunciation will be "BEL-ley FOH-toh" in Italian.
To translate "God's will" in Latin one might be better to translate the English phrase "God wills it". This was a common phrase in Latin and the motto of the First Crusade-- Deus vult.
Belle gambe is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "lovely legs." The feminine plural phrase most famously refers to a line of fashion footwear. The pronunciation will be "BEL-ley GAM-bey" in Italian.
La mia bella... is an Italian equivalent of the incomplete English phrase "my lovely... ." The feminine singular phrase also translates literally as "my beautiful..." in English. The pronunciation will be "la MEE-a BEL-la" in Pisan Italian.
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"Not everything is difficult but nothing (is) easy" is an English equivalent of the Latin phrase Non totum difficile est sed nihil facile. The phrase also translates as "All is not difficult but nothing (is) easy" in English. The pronunciation will be "non TO-tuhm deef-FEE-kee-ley est sed NEE-hihl FA-kee-ley" in Church and classical Latin.
"Venisti" (singular) or "venistis" plural.
The Latin for "to save" as an infinitive is servare, conservare or liberare.