The sentence 'Omnia mea mecum porto' means I carry all my things with me. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'omnia' means 'all'. The possessive 'mea' means 'my'. The personal pronoun 'me' means 'me'. The preposition 'cum' means 'with'. The verb 'porto' means '[I] am carrying, carry, do carry'.
All that is mine, I carry with me.
what does omnibus omnia mean
'Amor Vincit Omnia' in latin means 'Love conquers all' in English.
I want to lead her into the city with me.
it means "Love conquers all"
In omnia paratus means IN ALL THINGS BE PREPARED
This would be translated "Luck is with me"
Many know much, no one knows all.
Vade mecum means "walk with me" or "go with me."This phrase is often used for something that you keep with you or carry around as a reference."I love my iPhone. It has become my vade mecum for everything!"
"All things excellently."
He (or she) learns all things.
to do, to make
To carry through everything.
It means "Everything with God".
Love conquers everything, so let us yield to love is the English equivalent of 'Omnia vincit amor et nos cedamus amori'. In the word by word translation, the noun 'omnia' means 'everything'. The verb 'vincit' means '[he/she/it] conquers, does conquer, is conquering'. The nouns 'amor' and 'amori' mean 'love'. The conjunction 'et' means 'and'. The personal pronoun 'nos' means 'us'. The verb 'cedamus' means '[we] yield'.
Love conquers all.
Latin conquers all.
"Remember: All things have [their] time."
it means "with me" in the accusative (as in, sombody talking to sombody else) it means "with me" in the accusative (as in, sombody talking to sombody else)
As a verb "I bring", "I wear". As a noun: Dative singular of the second declination "portum", porto (To the port, for the port) ablative singular of the second declination: porto (with the port, through the port)
'Fides supra omnes' would mean 'Loyalty above all things.' 'Fidelitas ante omnia' would mean 'Loyalty before everything.' If you want to say 'loyalty above all', you would use 'Fidelitas super omnia.'
Studium est omnia is one Latin equivalent of 'Zeal is everything'. Zelum est omnia is another equivalent. In the word by word translation, the nouns 'studium' and 'zelum' mean 'zeal'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. The noun 'omnia' means 'everything'.